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Appetising Addition at Laguna Lang Co

Guests at Laguna Lang Co can enjoy a range of customised culinary experiences, encompassing everything from romantic in-villa dining to candlelit meals.

Lang Co, Vietnam: Laguna Lang Co’s vivid constellation of dining stars has been enhanced by an upgrading of the Korean cuisine at the resort.

A skilled chef with a strong track record of creating authentic Korean food has been appointed to impart expertise. This input is sure to be appreciated by Korean golfers seeking an authentic taste of home, with numbers surging at the integrated project’s championship layout, a Sir Nick Faldo Signature Design.

The integrated project in Central Vietnam encompasses a wealth of alluring flavours across its two award-winning resorts – Banyan Tree Lang Co and Angsana Lang Co – as well as its acclaimed golf course where another enticing accommodation option, Laguna Parkside Residences, is just steps from the 18th hole.

Cuisines on offer include Vietnamese, Thai, Japanese, Mediterranean, Italian, and many more. Now, with the heightened focus on Korea, golfers and other guests can sample delicious cuisine as presented by a chef with experience of working at top Korean restaurants around the globe.

“The new chef is bringing another dimension to the dining options for golfers and other guests,” said Stephen Banks, Director of Golf at Laguna Golf Lang Co, a Facility Member of the Asian Golf Industry Federation.

“Korea is a huge market for us. Indeed, it has become the leading source market for Vietnam as a whole. We realised that we had to up our culinary game to keep our Korean guests happy. And the fact that guests of every nationality can now enjoy truly delicious Korean food means that it is a win-win situation for everyone,” added Banks.

The upgraded Korean cuisine is not the only culinary initiative keeping golf guests well fed and happy at Laguna Golf Lang Co. The recent introduction of an ‘on-course’ menu means that golfers can order from a range of gourmet snacks and light meals that can be delivered to them during play.

Options range from filled banh mi (Vietnamese baguette) to Korean stir fried beef belly and bibimbap (a classic Korean mixed rice dish).

“Whether you are out on the course or relaxing in our clubhouse Golf Café, you are not going to go hungry!” added Banks.

The recent developments on the culinary front are enhancing Laguna Lang Co’s already strong reputation as a world-class dining destination. There are a total of 10 dining and lounge outlets across the integrated property.

These include the beachfront Azura, where Mediterranean cuisine and fresh seafood can be savoured to the soundtrack of gently lapping waves; The Water Court, a place to sample authentic Vietnamese cuisine; and Saffron, Banyan Tree’s signature Thai restaurant which, at Lang Co, is perched on a hilltop with stunning sea views.

Guests can also enjoy a range of customised culinary experiences, encompassing everything from romantic in-villa dining to candlelit meals on the pristine three-kilometre-long beach alongside Laguna Lang Co.

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