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Order in a Korean Dinner This Weekend

Room service from the Hyatt Regency Petrovsky Park

Hyatt Regency Petrovsky Park

Expatniki and Muscovites! This is #quarantinecuisine and #quarantineculture tip for you.

Our friends and neighbors at the Hyatt Regency Petrovsky Park have begun to offer a weekend set menu for delivery. Last week it was Indian food. This week it’s Korean. Since the reviews have been raves, we wanted to share.

The Korean street food set menu for two consists of Korean fried chicken; crispy dumplings (goon mandu); yaki noodles with pork, shredded cabbage, onions and carrots; cod braised with Korean spices and vegetables with rice; and stir-fried beef with noodles and vegetables, fried in sesame oil.

Try to save room for dessert: Yakwa (honey pastries) and Korean cookies. The set comes with raspberry lemonade or a bottle of wine.

This all comes delivered to your door for 3,500 rubles (with lemonade) or 4,900 rubles (with a bottle of white or red wine).

The offer is for May 8-10. Be sure to order 24 hours in advance!

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