[Sponsored Report] Free dishes for all tastes as Bistro Seoul debuts

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[Sponsored Report] Free dishes for all tastes as Bistro Seoul debuts

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The Korean restaurant operator Sun At Food has introduced its fourth fine new kitchen to the S-Street development project on Asem Road, Samsung-dong, across from Bongeun Temple in southern Seoul, in the form of the Bistro Seoul.

The new dining experience, on the first floor of the Oakwood Premier Coex Center, joined the healthy Mad for Garlic, Via di Napoli and the spicy Chinese restaurant Red Pepper Republic on S-Street on March 24.

Sun At Food believes in providing delicious, accessible cuisine at S-Street, and plans to launch four additional restaurant brands, most in S-Street, by the year 2015.

To celebrate the launch of Bistro Seoul, the group is now offering an “Sth Street Card” with any order of more than 50,000 won at a branch of Sun At Food’s eight brands: Tony Roma’s, Spaghettia, Spaghettia Classico, Mad for Garlic, Via di Napoli, Morac, Red Pepper Republic and Bistro Seoul.

The Sth Street Card means tasty, unique dishes for free at the four Sun At Food restaurants on S-Street. With purchase of an entree, card holders can enjoy a garlic bread tower at Mad for Garlic, the quatro cheese pizza at Via di Napoli, guobarou (sliced meat with vegetables in a glaze) at Red Pepper Republic and grilled spicy pork at Bistro Seoul, until June 30.

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