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Seoul Cooking in Bali

A Taste of Korea: Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bambu Restaurant, October 19-26, 2012

(10/1/2012) Banyan Tree Ungasan, Bali presents a taste of Korea October 19-26, 2012 at Bambu Restaurant featuring a visiting VIP Korean guest chef direct from Banyan Tree Club & Spa Seoul.

Chef Myung Chul Ham’s culinary career includes assignments at a number of leading luxury hotels as well as a stint at the famed “Cheong Wa Dae” or “Blue House” - the official residence of the South Korea’s head of state where he served as personal chef for two Korean Presidents.

Praised and respected for his global approach to Korean cuisine, Chef Ham has repeatedly been entrusted to represent the rich gastronomic tradition of his country through inspired menus prepared for dignitaries during state banquets.

During his one-week visit to Bali, Chef Ham will present signature dishes from the Club Member’s Restaurant in Seoul including: Ureok Maeuntang - spicy rockfish stew, Jeonbokcho - abalone in soy sauce, Daksal-Gyeojachae - marinated and shredded chicken, Galbi-Gui-Yangnyeom - marinated and grilled beef short ribs, Jeyook Bokkum - sautéed pork belly and Nakji-Bokkeum - stir-fried baby octopus with vegetables.

Following the visit of Chef Ham, Bambu Restaurant will incorporate selected signature dishes as a part of their permanent menu.

Part of an ongoing program of culinary exchange among Banyan Tree properties, chefs across 30 different Banyan Tree Hotel & Resorts are invited to spend time at other Banyan Tree Hotels and Resort’s.

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The Bambu Restaurant at Banyan Tree Ungasan features Indonesian specialties, international and Asian favorites with both à la carte, live cooking stations and buffet presented in a garden setting.

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