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Celebrating Sri Lanka On An International Platform At Hilton Colombo

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The weekday lunch buffet at Graze Kitchen (a Traveler’s Choice Winner; being in the top 10% of restaurants worldwide) is coming back strong with the chefs going global with local ingredients. The subtle use of local spices with vegetables, grains, fruit, meats and seafood will bring you a refreshingly sophisticated international experience from the 10th of August onwards.

Speaking to Executive Chef Robert Mujagic, he explains “Sri Lanka has an incredible variety of fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, fish and seafood and I am excited and looking forward to creating international cuisine using these ingredients in my recipes.  95% of our produce is sourced from across the country; from Jaffna down to the south, east and west and from the hills to prepare our country menus that include Indian, Thai, Chinese, Italian, Sri Lankan of course, and dishes from the West. My chefs visit the fish market daily to select the best, from the catch of the day!  We also make our own pastas, cheeses, sauces and a range of artisanal sausages”.  

Find a super quick lunch at super value; head over to the Graze Kitchen at Hilton Colombo for an entire lunch buffet that will cost you only Rs 2988nett, available from Monday to Friday. 12nn – 2.30pm.

Furthermore, Chef Robert says “If you missed out the last time on our Japanese “Washoku” lunch buffet, we have good news for you…., it will be back on the 16th Sunday and if you still haven’t experience our Endless High Tea buffet, come on a Saturday afternoon and enjoy over seventy five sweet and savory items which include beverage as well”.  The endless high tea is on on poya and mercantile holidays as well.

For more information and restaurant bookings, contact the F&B Reservations Desk at 2492492. www.hiltoncolombo1.com / fb/hiltoncolombo

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