Seasons, Millennium Seoul Hilton’s acclaimed French restaurant, is pleased to announce the arrival of the 74th Gourmet Circle Dinner, which will take place on Friday, March 21st and Saturday, March 22nd.
A celebration of fine dining, the Gourmet Circle Dinner, offered only 4 times a year, is a tradition that started in 1996. With each new season, award-winning Executive Chef Hyo Nam Park, taking inspiration from that season, creates a one-of-a-kind, magnificent menu, which is delightfully paired with a fine selection of wines.
A must for the Seoul gourmand and wine connoisseur, the haute cuisine event commences with a champagne reception at 7 p.m., followed by an epicurean seven-course meal, which is paired with complementary wines. Inspired by the spring season, the 74th Gourmet Circle Dinner will showcase bright, fresh and seasonal ingredients that will awaken your palate just as nature awakens in springtime.
This special dinner, including wine, is priced at KW220,000 per person. Because the Gourmet Circle Dinners are immensely popular, we kindly advise you to please make your reservations well in advance to avoid missing out on this incredible opportunity.
Marked by sophistication and beautifully-decorated surroundings, Seasons offers contemporary French gourmet cuisine accented by traditional flavors.
Also at Millennium Seoul Hilton, Orangerie, is excited to welcome Chef Maria Ruth Moreno from Ecuador during the month of March. Chef Moreno will lead the Orangerie kitchen in creating delicious food from her native country. Throughout the month, the generous buffet spread at Orangerie will include Ecuadorian favorites including popular white shrimp from the South American nation.
The Orangerie lunch buffet is priced at KW67,000 for adults and KW39,900 for children aged twelve and under. The Orangerie dinner buffet is priced at KW72,000 for adults and KW42,900 for children aged twelve and under. Tax and service charge are already included in these prices. Tax and service charge are already included in the quoted prices.
Ecuadorian cuisine is diverse, varying with the countries altitude and associated agricultural conditions. In the highland region, various meats including cuy (guinea pig) are popular and are served with a variety of grains or potatoes. In the coastal region, seafood is very popular, especially white shrimp, and ceviche is a large part of the Ecuadorian diet. Ecuador is also famous for its coffee, cocoa and wide variety of fruits.
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, Korean specialties, a carvery station and more. Private dining rooms are available.
For reservations or enquiries, please call Seasons at (02) 317-3060 or Orangerie at (02) 317-3143.