Orangerie of Korea Introduces Fantastic Filipino Cuisine
The Millennium Seoul Hilton’s international buffet restaurant, Orangerie, is showcasing the cuisine of the Philippines during the month of June. The buffet will feature traditional Filipino dishes made authentically from two Mama Sita chefs from the Philippine Islands.
The cuisine of the Philippines has many influences from Malaysia, Spain, China, India, etc. due to many years of colonization as well as its strategic location in the Asian-Pacific Rim, making the cuisine as varied as it is delicious. Like in most Asian countries, rice is the staple of the Filipino diet, which is accompanied by boldly flavoured dishes.
Chefs Joyce Lapus-Sandoval and Romeo Fabella, both from Mama Sita, one of the leading food brands of the Philippines that specializes in quality Filipino cuisine, will guest chef in Orangerie’s kitchen to create popular Filipino dishes including Caldereta (Spicy Beef Stew), Palabok (Noodles with Oriental Gravy and Toppings), Chicken Barbecue, Pancit Bihon (Fried Vermicelli Noodles), Pata Humba (Pork Hock Stew) and Lumpiang Hubad (Naked Spring Rolls).
The Orangerie lunch buffet is priced at KW55,000 for adults and KW33,000 for children aged 12 and under. The dinner buffet is priced at KW60,000 for adults and KW36,000 for children aged twelve and under. Tax and service charge is included in these prices.
Also, every Monday is Kid’s Day at Orangerie. Children twelve years and younger are able to eat for free when accompanied by an adult (1 child per adult). Orangerie has a fun play area where the children can play when they are finished eating.
Orangerie’s international buffet offers a vast array of international fare in a cheerful and open environment. Specially designed buffet units incorporate air cooled food showcases for maximum freshness, and specialty stations feature made-to-order pasta, Korean noodles and a carvery and meat grill. Private dining rooms are available.
For reservations or enquiries, please call Orangerie at (02) 317-3143.
Source: Korea IT Times