2016.9.22 Hotel events
To Oct.: At the signature buffet restaurant in Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel, Feast, you can meet up with a special set of dishes from Sept. 7th to Oct. 30th. It is a collaboration of Sicily, Italy and Busan, South Korea, two peaceful and beautiful port cities.
Sicilian traditional pasta, pork cutlet saltimbocca barbeque and caponata salad garnished with deep fried eggplant put on one side and stir-fried gopchang (beef tripe), chilled pig feet salad and wheat noodles originating from a Busan seaport placed on the other side will revive your taste buds.
The “Tasty Road - Busan and Sicily” promotion is priced at 55,000 won ($49.33) for lunch and 67,000 won for dinner on weekdays and at 67,000 won for lunch and 76,000 won for dinner on weekends and/or holidays. Members of the chain’s membership program called Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG) will get an exclusive 15 percent discount, and will also be able to use their points.
Sheraton Grand Incheon Hotel: (032) 835-1000
153 Convensia-Road, Incheon
Sept. 23 to 25: Millennium Seoul Hilton’s all-day dining restaurant, Cafe 395, will bring the fun of Germany’s grandest festival to its buffet. From the dinner buffet on Sept. 23th to the lunch buffet on 25th, Cafe 395’s extensive international buffet will showcase tasty German cuisine in true Oktoberfest style!
In addition to the international buffet offerings of Cafe 395, popular German Oktoberfest dishes include: Smoked Salmon and Crab Roulade with Spinach; Cold Cut and Cheese Pick; Marinated Herring with Apple; Pumpernickel Bread ; Sea Bass Finkenwerder in Bacon and Riesling Sauce; Beef Stroganoff with Spaetzle; Bavarian Veal Sausage; Sauerkraut; Pork Knuckle with Mustard will be showcased, as well as many more dishes including desserts.
Oktoberfest wouldn’t be complete without a little cheer, so drinkers can opt to add an additional 14,000 won to the regular Cafe 395 buffet price (91,000 won) to enjoy two bottles of Bitburger, one of the top 3 beers in Germany.
Every fall, Munich hosts the largest public festival in the world: Oktoberfest. People from all over the world convene in massive tents to enjoy copious quantities of German food and beer. Diners can feast on a Bavarian bounty including smoked salmon and crab roulade, marinated herring with sour cream, aufschnitt, sea bass finkenwerder in bacon and riesling sauce, stuffed cabbage rolls, German sausages, sauerkraut, pork knuckle with mustard, bretzel and more.
Millennium Seoul Hilton: (02) 317-3000
Namdaemun-ro 5-ga, central Seoul
To Nov. 13: Walkerhill hotel features the forth ‘WALKERHILL Art+ Stay’ package until Nov. 13 that enables guests to have a leisurely stay along with the complete series of world literature through collaboration work with Minumsa, a major Korean publisher. Every fall, Walkerhill shares a unique cultural experience with guests through ateliers, events, and exhibitions, in collaboration with many different local or foreign artists and brands, and such events are put together under the name of Walkerhill Art+ to offer more to its guests.
In addition to a complimentary book talk by Lee Hwa-kyeong, the author of ‘Stay up all night with Virginia Woolf’, the package varies with the room types of the hotel. The package type one includes 1 overnight stay in a Douglas Room (annex building) with a light breakfast at its renewed lounge. Specifically, an entire wall in the lounge has been recently turned into book shelves where the guests can choose among 600 books from around the world. Meanwhile, the second package includes 1 overnight stay in a Deluxe Room (main building) with a set of refreshments, consisting of a single piece of cake and 2 glasses of cold-brewed coffee. Prices of the packages start from 195,000 won and 239,000 won, respectively, and they are based upon 2 persons, excluding tax and service charge. Both packages offer the special edition book set of ‘Virginia Woolf’s A Room of One’s Own’ as giveaways. All package guests can join the complimentary book talk on Oct. 14, which will be available by order of reservations. The author Lee Hwa-kyeong will let participants know how to learn from one’s former and current dreams.
Sheraton Grande Walkerhill Hotel: (02) 450-4534
177 Walkerhill-ro, northeastern Seoul