Alsaba Awaits Seekers of Pakistani-Indian Taste
Quality Cuisine, Reasonable Prices Satisfy Customers
The menu's variety is another great attraction for customers. Customers can choose from popular appetisers such as Samosas, Kebabs, and salads. The main dishes on offer is curry, tandoori, BBQ, and steak.
Wine and other alcoholic beverages are also on offer.
Compared with the quality of the food, prices are reasonable. An appetiser and main dish for two people cost around 20,000 or 30,000 won while a set of one appetisers and two main dishes - for three or four people - are between 30,000 and 40,000 won.Unlike other Muslim restaurants, Alsaba's dishes are considered as fusion-style food. "Our menu and recipes are different from other restaurants in that they are tailored to the local Korean taste," said Mr. Rana. "For a hot and spicy taste we use Korean red pepper paste - Gochujang."
Many top foreign envoys - particularly from Islamic countries - are booked to attend the grand opening ceremony.
Bangbae Station (No. 2 Green Line)
Exit No. 4 and take bus No. 15 and
get off at Lotte Castle ApartmentParking:
Valet Parking Available
As many as six cars can park
Address: Seocho-gu, Bangbae-dong 760-2 basement floor
Website: www.alsaba.co.krOperating Hours:
Monday through Thursday:
11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. & 5 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Friday to Sunday:
11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.For details or inquiries call at 02-593-1488 or 596-2843.
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Ted Gim serves as staff reporter of The Seoul Times. He studied tourism management at a S. Korean university. He spent three years in England and Ireland, studying and living there. He studied tourism at an English college for two years. He covers tourism industry as well as diplomatic community in Seoul.
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