Millennium Seoul Hilton is having its first-ever mango buffet, every Saturday and Sunday, starting on March 4th. There will be two seatings, at 2:30pm and 5pm.
Millennium Seoul Hilton is having its first-ever mango buffet, every Saturday and Sunday, starting on March 4th. There will be two seatings, at 2:30pm until 4:30pm and at 5pm until 7pm (it won't cost you a fortune, just 45,000 won for adults and 25,000 won for children). What's there, aside from fresh mangos? A lot, apparently. There's the mango kiwi tart which is pleasantly sweet and sour (the combination makes it taste almost like a completely new type of fruit) and mango lemon pies filled with a lemon meringue and thick mango filling, among lots of others. There's some delicious booze, too, including Mango Mojito, Mango Fizz and Mango Breeze cocktails (13,000 won each). You can also go for the mango smoothie or mango milkshake, while a cup of tea or coffee is complementary with the buffet. Everything is created by Millennium Seoul Hilton's Cilantro Deli, which is famous for its tempting selections of home-made cakes, artisan breads, pastries and sandwiches.
The buffet offers unique selections, as well. The Mango Namssants, which takes its name from the foothills of the Namsan Mountain where the hotel's located, are fried pastries with a texture similar to that of a donut. Taking a bite of it, flavorful mango cream oozes off the layers of pastries inside. Pair them with the fresh mango juice, and finish off the course with the mango ice cream which has a pleasant aroma of roses — you'll be so satisfied you won't ever want to leave your comfy seat at the lobby.