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‘One for One’ at Graze Kitchen and Curry Leaf: Hilton Colombo’s anniversary special


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Hilton Colombo is celebrating 31 years in the island on 11 September. As part of the celebration, a special ‘One for One’ offer will be available from 11 to 20 September at two of the popular restaurants; Graze Kitchen and Curry Leaf.

The multifaceted Graze Kitchen will be offering this special deal during lunch and dinner whilst diners can enjoy the offer at the Sri Lankan and seafood restaurant Curry Leaf, during dinner. Graze Kitchen lunch (excluding Endless High Tea on Saturday) and dinner rates are Rs. 3,388 nett and Rs. 3,888 nett and the dinner buffet at Curry Leaf is priced at Rs. 3,583 nett. Prior bookings are required by calling the F&B Reservations Desk on 2492492.

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