Park Hyatt Busan lounge features seasonal mango menu


The “Mango Tea Service”



Park Hyatt Busan’s lounge offers a range of mango-themed seasonal refreshments and drinks – “Mango Afternoon Tea Set”, “Mango Festival” and “Apple Mango Bingsu”. Mango, rich in vitamins and blessed with a sweet taste, soft texture and vibrant color, will rejuvenate you during the drowsiness of late spring and early summer when the weather is warmer.

First, the “Mango Afternoon Tea Set” consists of hot homemade scones with clotted cream, butter and strawberry jam, desserts with cute and lovely visuals and savory dishes made with ingredients from high quality. Desserts include sweet and crispy mango pie, moist mango roll cake, mango mousse with coconut jelly, mango pavlova with thick meringue topped with mango, and choux au mango biscuit topped with a flower-shaped hat made of mango mousse and chocolate. Savory dishes include scallop panna cotta with mango and balsamic sauce, lobster and caviar brioche, smoked salmon open sandwich with mango salsa, and beef profiterole with mango chutney and mushroom powder truffle. You can also enjoy two cups of premium coffee or tea.

The “Mango Afternoon Tea Set” is available from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday to Friday, and from 2:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Prices start from 90,000 won for two (tax included).


The “Mango Festival”

Also, the “Mango Festival” offers four kinds of mango drinks: soft and refreshing “Mango & Cranberry Yogurt”, “Mango Cream Latte” and “Mango Virgin Mojito” – both based on apple and lemon tea. mango – and “Mango Gin Fizz” made from gin with a good balance between mango taste and peach flavor. You can experience even more mango flavor when you try the “Mango Afternoon Tea Set” with “Mango Cream Latte” or “Mango Virgin Mojito”.


The “Bingsu Apple Mango”

In addition, “Apple Mango Bingsu”, with a bowl of mango ice cream topped with juicy apple mango and finished with whipped cream and vanilla macaroon, is enough for you to fully enjoy the original rich and sweet taste of the mango. Mango sauce and mango ice cream are also served, so you can add them to the bingsu according to your preference. “Mango Festival” and “Apple Mango Bingsu” are available daily from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. The “Mango Festival” is offered from 18,000 won per drink, while the “Apple Mango Bingsu” is offered at 65,000 won (including tax).


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