This issue was discussed during the meeting of Deputy Mayor in charge of Trade, Consumer Services and Food Industry Sergei Kazachenko with a delegation from South Korean sister-city of Bucheon. Bilateral negotiations began the realization of the agreement signed between Khabarovsk Krai Restaurateurs Association and
Public Catering Enterprises Association of South Korea in 2017.
According to Sergei Kazachenko, there are about 600 restaurants and cafes in Khabarovsk and 256 of them represent national cuisines of former Soviet Republics. 55 Khabarovsk public catering enterprises represent Chinese cuisine, 43 – Japanese and 9 – Korean. The guests from Bucheon mentioned that they were ready to offer people in the Russian Far East exquisite food.
“Restaurants which specialize in cooking meet are very popular in Korea”, the Head of Bucheon branch office of Public Catering Enterprises Association of South Korea Mr. Kang Gi Ok said. He pointed out that they were ready to prepare marbled beef for Khabarovsk citizens using special recipes and equipment but added that he didn’t want to reveal all the secrets.
The goal of the visit is to choose a place for a future restaurant in Khabarovsk. Russian cuisine café will be opened soon in Bucheon.