A restaurant concept created by italians, we aim to provide you with an Authentic and memorable Dining experience.

Marco Caverni

Chef

Chef Marco was born in a small town close to Venice, in Italy. While still attending high school, he enjoyed helping his mom and dad in the kitchen picking up both his parents cooking style, typical Venitian from his mother and traditional Tuscany from his father.

He went to culinary school in Adria for 5 years and then straight away started to practice and train under Master Chefs in 5 stars Hotel in Venice such as Bauer and Hilton.

While in culinary school he studied in China for a year as an exchange student and after that he came back to China to work for another year as well.

He came back to Italy to have his Micheline Star training in Milan before moving permanently to Asia where he worked extensively in Singapore and Indonesia before landing in Korea.

Here, with the help of his partners opened Al Choc Italian Osteria aiming to give True Italian Experience to Korean Guests.

Al Choc

Osteria

Al Choc is from the Venetian dialect “Choc”, “te si Choc” which means to be Tipsy.

It’s a Place where the guests can enjoy a true Italian wine & dine experience with a friendly atmosphere and great quality food and wine.

The Menu is based on Chef Marco’s experiences and includes signature dishes from many Italian regional traditions.

The wine list is carefully picked to give a wide choice to the guest to pair every dish on the menu.

Recognitions

Al Choc

Thanks all for the recognitions, we will continue to provide the best food and service.

A corner of Italy in Seoul

Dine with us and feel like in Venice

Contact

Make a Reservation

Reservations are available online 1 day before the date of the reservation.

We welcome parties of 1 – 24 guests in our main dining room.

Private Events

Looking for an ideal venue? Look no further. Corporate dinners, special occasions, let us handle your needs.

Open Hours

Monday to Thursday: 17:30 - 23:00
Friday to Sunday: 12:00 - 23:00

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