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German Dishes at Grand InterContinental Seoul
German Dishes at Grand InterContinental Seoul

The Grand InterContinental Seoul's buffet restaurant Grand Kitchen will be featuring specialty dishes from the 12 cities in Germany that will be hosting World Cup matches.

The menu items for this event, which will run from June 1 to July 9, 2006, were selected after a survey of Germans asking them what their favorite foods/local specialties were. At one buffet, guests will be able to taste freshly made delicacies such sausage from Frankfurt, gratinated German onion soup flavored with beef, and Volkorn bread.

The menu items featured during this promotion are representative dishes from the cities of Hamburg, Frankfurt, Hanover, and Berlin to name a few. Sauerkraut cream soup, Braunschweigert (sausage from Hanover), Braunschweigert (Koelnger) as well as crème-filled cake topped with honey and salmon baked in lemon juice are just some of the interesting selections that will be available.

The Grand Kitchen's is home to 150 menu items of which more than 30% are Indian, Thai, or Indonesian. Mediterranean dishes are also abundant. Unlike other buffet restaurants, food is prepared regularly is small amounts and our open kitchen is designed to provide dishes to order for our guests.

If you enjoy seafood, then there is an ample selection of oysters, shrimp, Maki, fresh sashimi as well as fried dishes and dim sum. The Korean corner features 10 different kinds of kimchi and vegetable side dishes. Each and every dish including ribs, raw beef, eel and much, much more is presented with care by our expert chefs. The charge for lunch is 45,000 won, while dinner is 50,000 won. (Service charge and VAT included) (02) 559-7616




 

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