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Establishment Caters To All Needs

A La Carte

February 11, 2018

Story By: Stephanie Kim | Photos by: Anthony Consillio

Yoojacheong Eundaegu Jorim ($33.50) with an assortment of banchan, or Korean side dishes.

Whether planning a night out on the town or a weekend staycation, make Waikiki Resort Hotel your dining destination, as the resort holds not just one, but two restaurants.

“Dining at Waikiki Resort Hotel is an experience that appeals to the senses with our two on-site restaurants: Seoul Jung and Ilima Restaurant,” says food and beverage manager Ingrid “Pohai” Carlos. “There’s no need to venture out to find delicious food in Waikiki when two of the best options are conveniently located and offer free parking.”

Sundubu Jjigae ($16.95) and Galbi ($28.95)

At Ilima Restaurant, enjoy American and local favorites, as well as a plethora of banquet and catering options, or stop by Seoul Jung, which dishes out authentic Korean cuisine.

What’s more, you can celebrate any occasion — whether it is a birthday party, wedding or other event — at the Waikiki Resort Hotel, as the establishment can assist in making your gathering extra special with a variety of dining options and a staff of event professionals.

‘SEOUL’-SOOTHING SELECTION

Stop by Seoul Jung in Waikiki Resort Hotel for traditional Korean cuisine, such as Sundubu Jjigae ($16.95) with soft tofu, clams and seasonal vegetables in a savory broth. There’s also Galbi ($28.95), or marinated short ribs, and Yoojacheong Eundaegu Jorim ($33.50), which includes black cod atop tofu and daikon, and simmered in a spicy citrus sauce. Come during lunch for specials like Sundubu Jjigae Set ($13.95), which includes barbecue chicken and a green salad.

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