The Flavours of Korea at the Intercontinental

The Intercontinental in Park Lane has shipped over Executive Chef Bae from its sister hotel in Seoul for a week of showcasing Korean food in its Cookbook Cafe:

Flavours of Korea

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22nd – 30th November 2013

While many Londoners are discovering the delights of Kimchee and BBQ, Executive Chef Bae of Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas, has been creating a modern interpretation of classic Korean cuisine.

Chef Bae

Chef Bae will be accompanied by key members of his Seoul-based kitchen and present tastings from his exception al menu at the Korean hotel.

Weekday lunch (soup and buffet) for £18 and set menu Dinner on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday (family-style dishes, including a welcome Soju cocktail) for £35. Saturday Dinner will showcase a Korean buffet for £35. A sample lunch menu is as follows:

MARKET TABLE LUNCH £18
Soup:
Pinenut Porridge – A traditional rice porridge finished with Korean pine nuts and sesame oil

Main Courses:
Grilled Halibut – Halibut supreme with red chilli paste sauce
Bibimbap – Sizzling hot Rice and grilled vegetables with Korean condiments
Chicken roulade in Chicken Ginseng broth, Ginko nuts and chives

Desserts:
Yaksik – Sweet rice with nuts,
Gyeongdan, sweet rice balls with coconut and sesame seeds,
Green tea jelly and Patbingsu, a crushed ice desert with fresh fruit and red beans

For more information please call 0207 318 8563 or email hello@cookbookcafe.co.uk.

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