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Korean delicacies at CAFE ZEN
    2015-03-20  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    CAFÉ Zen at Futian Shangri-La, Shenzhen is presenting a Korean food feast until March 22. Guests can taste genuine Korean food prepared by guest chef Young Ran-back from South Korea in her first cooking trial in Guangdong Province.

    Young has brought two of her signature dishes made with original ingredients from South Korea — Milssam-mari and bulgogi. A dish enjoyed at court, Milssam-mari wrapped in soft, chewy crepes with mustard sauce represents harmony by using seasonal fine ingredients from different parts of the country.

    Bulgogi is made of sliced sirloin and is one of the country’s most popular beef dishes. It is usually marinated in a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, black pepper, garlic, onions, ginger, sugar and squeezed pears for two hours to enhance its flavor and tenderness.

    During the Korean food festival, Café Zen is offering authentic Korean dishes for lunch and dinner, such as beosut buchu japchae (stir-fried glass noodles with mushroom and chives), baechu geotjeori (fresh kimchi), modum jeon (assorted pan-fried delicacies) and daknalgae gangjeong (sweet and sour chicken wings).

    Young works at The Shilla, where she started her career in Korean fine dining in 1984. Young has achieved several accolades, such as the Korean Master Craftsman Cook Award in 2003 and certifications in cooking Chinese food therapy dishes, as a kimchi sommelier and as a Korean cooking master.

    During the promotion period, Café Zen has been decorated with Korean elements, such as Korean Taiji Fan, gourmet pictures, Korean drums and dolls as well as traditional Korean dance performances during dinner.

    Guests can still win lucky draw prizes, including vouchers for a weekend stay in a deluxe room at Futian Shangri-La, Shenzhen, vouchers for a weekday dinner buffet at Café Zen and a traditional Korean souvenir.

    Prices: Lunch: 228 yuan Friday; 268 yuan Saturday and Sunday; dinner: 388 yuan from Friday to Sunday. Children aged 4 to 11 years can enjoy a 50-percent discount.

    Tel: 8828-4088

    Add: 4088 Yitian Road, Futian

    (SD News)

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