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Featuring the Cuisines of Five Countries
InterContinental's Grand Kitchen is One Year Old!
InterContinental's Grand Kitchen

The Grand Kitchen has earned a reputation for the excellence of its buffet selections in the brief one year period it has been open. In celebration of this anniversary, we're featuring beginning on April 3 on a weekly rotating basis for the next five weeks the cuisines of Hungary, Greece, Caribbean, Scandinavia, and Mexico in a special corner. In addition, for lady groups of six or more, we're offering the free use of our karaoke room until 6:00 p.m.

Why not try something new and different such as mushroom soup with sour cream? Or stop by the kebab station during Hungary week? If you prefer traditional Greek food, how about spanakopita (Spinach and feta cheese turnovers in phyllo dough) or dolmathes (tender grape leaves stuffed with savory rice)? Then, there's a wild assortment of salads such as mngo and ppaya salad with orange chili paste or a main dish of grilled tuna steak with ponzu sauce—both inspired by the tastes of the Caribbean. For Mexican food lovers there's tortilla chips with fresh salsa and guacamole (at the table) and vegetable quesadillas and tex-mex chili—just to name a few of the dishes. Finally, if you don't mind waiting you can enjoy Scandinavian delights such as hot smoked salmon fillet with souted dill chive sauce and boiled apple ham with hot apple mint sauce.

The price for lunch at the Grand Kitchen is 45,000 won and for dinner 50,000 won. Remember, in celebration of our first anniversary the ladies of six or more may use our karaoke room until 6:00 p.m. at no extra charge. Reservations are essential. (VAT and service charge are included.) (02) 559-7608

*** The Grand Kitchen's most important two concepts are "freshness" and "variety." Fresh and unusual foods from India, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Mediterranean normally make up more than 30% of around the 150 different regular menu items. Guests can enjoy healthy salads both from the East and West mixed for them by our chefs, as well as smoked salmon, clams, shrimp, oysters, sushi, maki, fresh sashimi, tempuras, dim sums and more. In the Korean section, nearly a dozen types of kimchi and na-mool—Korean vegetable dishes—in addition to other Korean favorites such as gal-bi, yook-hwei, and eel are available




 

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