Mexican fiesta comes to Orangerie international buffet restaurant
Mexican fiesta comes to Orangerie international buffet restaurant
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At the Millennium Seoul Hilton

Mexican fiesta comes to Orangerie
international buffet restaurant

Millennium Seoul Hilton’s international buffet restaurant, Orangerie, is having a fiesta celebrating the foods of Mexico during the month of September. A guest chef from the Hilton Inn Queretaro in Mexico will spice up Orangerie’s culinary spread with authentic Mexican favorites from tamales to tacos, enchiladas and more.

Mxexican cuisine is popular for its bold flavors, vibrant colors and variety of native spices and ingredients. While the cuisine has been popularized by morphed hybrids including Tex-Mex and Cal-Mex, this Mexican promotion will introduce authentic Mexican high cuisine to Seoulites. This is a great opportunity to sample this cuisine, which is becoming more and more popular in Korea.

The Orangerie lunch buffet is priced at KW64,000 for adults and KW38,400 for children aged 12 and under. The dinner buffet is priced at KW69,000 for adults and KW41,400 for children aged twelve and under. Tax and service charge is already 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, carving station and Korean cold noodles. Private dining rooms are available.

For reservations or enquiries, please call Orangerie at (02) 317-3143.

Editor's note: The occasion happily coincides with the 203rd anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Mexico on Sept. 16, 2013. On that day, the father of the Mexican nation, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, rang the bells of his parish, called the people of the town of Dolores in the State of Guanajuato to start the war of Indepdence. This call is known as the ?ito de Dolores?and the War lasted 11 years and Mexico became independent in 1821. k

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