Millennium Seoul Hilton’s flagship buffet and all-day-dining restaurant, Café 395, will feature the cuisine of the Philippines prepared by Filipina celebrity chef Michelle Adrilliana. This special showcase will be held from June 8th to the 13th, so don’t hesitate to try out how exciting and delicious Filipino cuisine can be!
In addition to Cafe 395’s extensive buffet, Filipino favourites will also be featured to tickle your taste buds and introduce you to the sunny archipelago’s tasty foods.
Guest chef Michelle Adrilliana is renowned in the Philippines for her culinary prowess. Not only is she a chef and restaurant consultant, Chef Adrilliana also acts a brand ambassador and Filipino cuisine advocate. Prior to visiting Seoul for this event, Chef Adrilliana has been in Guangzhou in China, Sydney in Australia, and Doha in Qatar promoting the cuisine of her home country.
Though not as well-known as its Asian counterparts, the cuisine of the Philippines has many influences from Malaysia, Spain, China, India, etc. due to many years of colonization as well as its strategic location in the Asian-Pacific Rim, making the cuisine as varied as it is delicious. Like in most Asian countries, rice is the staple of the Filipino diet, which is accompanied by boldly flavoured dishes.
Filipino is gaining popularity amongst gastronomes worldwide. Popular dishes include lechon (whole roasted pig), adobo (pork or chicken simmered in a vinegar and soy sauce), pancit (fried noodles with meat and vegetables), kare-kare (oxtail and peanut sauce) and lumpia (fresh or fried spring rolls). Filipino cuisine also features a variety of desserts made with sticky rice, coconut, condensed milk and other local ingredients and flavors.
Café 395 introduced the market to table concept to buffet fine dining. Utilizing only the freshest premium ingredients in various action stations located throughout the restaurant, Café 395 welcomes diners to a vibrant dining experience that delivers vibrant foods prepared just the way you want.
Cafe 395’s buffet is priced at KW94,000 per person for lunch and KW99,000 for dinner.
For reservations or enquiries, please call Café 395 at (02) 317-3062. Prices quoted above are already inclusive of tax and service charge.
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