MasterCard ‘Diners’ Delight’ offers scrumptious spread for Avurudu

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Giving cardholders yet another reason to revel in the Sinhala and Tamil New Year festivities with friends and family, MasterCard brings back its ‘Diners’ Delight’ program to Sri Lanka. 
Offering World, Platinum, and Titanium MasterCard cardholders 15 percent savings at some of the country’s finest dining establishments till 31st December 2015, MasterCard seeks to keep the spirit of Avurudu alive throughout the year.
 “Encouraged by the response to Diners’ Delight, we are pleased to bring this program back to Sri Lanka this festive season. Offering exclusive privileges at some of the country’s most preferred gourmet destinations, we invite cardholders to celebrate with friends and family all year round. Going forward, we plan to work with more dining establishments, offering our cardholders even more reasons to celebrate,” said R. B. Santosh Kumar, country manager – Sri Lanka and Maldives, MasterCard.
 Participating venues include Araliya, Peacock, and Sooriya Terrace at the Bentota Beach Hotel; HVN, Poolside Lounge, t-Republic, and ZAZA Bar at the Casa Colombo; Būfe, Fire, Mezz2, Raw, and Rock Salt at the Cinnamon Bey; Cloud Café, Loft Lounge Bar, and Scarlet Room at the Colombo Courtyard; California Grill, Sheherazade, and Flavours at the Galadari Hotel; Alhambra, Baked, Gardenia Coffeeshop, Oasis Lounge, and The Poolside at the Ramada Colombo; Admiral’s Room, Seven Seas, and The Nautilus at The Blue Water, Wadduwa; 41 Sugar and Sugar Bistro & Wine Bar; Asylum; Cioconat Lounge; Coco Veranda; La Fiesta; Poppy Hana; The Barnesbury; The Paddington and The Sizzle.

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