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Around the hotelsBy Korea Herald
Published : Nov. 15, 2013 - 20:52
Thanksgiving feast at JW Marriott Hotel Seoul
JW’s Grill and The Caf will offer a holiday feast on Nov. 28. Priced at 110,000 won, JW’s Grill’s dinner course menu will include smoked salmon with potato and asparagus, foie gras terrine, butter-roasted turkey and more. Priced at 260,000 won, a family set for six people will include a whole roast turkey carved and served table-side. For reservations, call (02) 6268-6759. Buffet restaurant The Caf will serve roast turkey complete with side dishes such as mashed potato and roast pumpkin. The buffet is priced at 91,000 won, and reservations can be made at (02) 6268-6731. The Deli Shop will be offering traditional Thanksgiving roast turkey dinner take-outs for six from Nov. 28 to Dec. 25. The set is priced at 150,000 won. For reservations, call (02) 6282-6738.
Lotte City celebrates 2-year anniversary with special deals
Lotte City Hotel Gimpo Airport will celebrate its second anniversary with promotional packages until Dec. 20. Priced at 170,000 won, the Happy Birthday II Package includes a night’s stay in the Standard Twin Room, breakfast for two, two tickets to Lotte Cinema, and more. Guests booking for a stay on Monday will be able to receive benefits from the Special Sunday I Package, which includes a night’s stay in the Standard Double or Twin Room priced at 100,000 won. The discount is available for the first 10 guests making reservations and will close on Nov. 30. The Special Sunday II Package is priced at 240,000 won and includes two nights in the Standard Double or Twin Room from Sunday to Monday. Guests who purchase any package will be able to enter a lucky draw. For reservations and inquiries, call (02) 6116-1000.
Satisfy your sweet tooth at The Lounge
Park Hyatt Seoul’s The Lounge presents the Festive Afternoon Tea Buffet from Nov. 28 to Dec. 29, available daily from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The buffet features desserts such as hazelnut meringue, clair with pistachios and strawberries, cognac mousse chocolate, Earl Grey tea cake, Italian panettone, and more. A selection of savory snacks such as burrata cheese-filled cherry tomatoes, cereal bread with brie cheese, truffles and figs, crab salad with avruga caviar, and more will also be available. French tea Hediard, Lavazza coffee from Italy, and Louis Roederer champagne will be available to accompany the desserts. The buffet with coffee or tea is priced at 38,000 won per person, or 65,000 won with a glass of champagne. For reservations and inquiries, call (02) 2016-1205.
Thanksgiving specials at Grand Hyatt Seoul
Grand Hyatt’s The Paris Grill and The Deli are preparing an array of dishes to celebrate the coming holiday. The Paris Grill will present four different Thanksgiving courses on Nov. 28 including artichoke mushroom ragout, roasted yesso scallops with pea muesli, oven―roasted turkey filled with walnut and apple stuffing, beef tenderloin steak, and more. The menu is priced at 116,000 won. For a quiet Thanksgiving celebration at home, The Deli is offering take-out items ranging from special pies to full dinners with all the trimmings. Selections include whole roast turkey or chicken, Boston lobster, mashed potatoes and more. All items will be on sale until Nov. 28 and prices range from 20,000 won to 212,000 won. For reservations and inquiries, call the Paris Grill at (02) 799-8161 or The Deli at (02) 799-8167.
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