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‘Sri Lankan Food Festival’ at Galadari

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The Galadari Colombo is abuzz preparing for one of the most exciting food festivals in town the ‘Sri Lankan Food Festival’. According to BBC Good Food trends report, Sri Lankan cuisine has topped the list this year, ranking number one as an already emerging food trend for the year 2019. Taking this into consideration, Galadari Colombo has planned its own tribute to traditional Sri Lankan cuisine.

The festival takes place at the hotel’s coffee shop from 14 to 17 March from 7.00 p.m. to 11.00 p.m. Now is the chance for Sri Lankan food lovers to indulge in the country’s traditional food favourites that has created an international stir.

The festival will conjure up traditional dishes which include mouth-watering accompaniments and desserts too. You can experience traditional chicken curry and fish preparations as well as gamut of many other dishes. 

The main attraction will include live cooking of the much-loved sweetmeats such as kavum, kokis and much more. You can also indulge in the live cooking of hoppers, string hoppers, pittu and roti to name a few.

The entire lobby will be transformed into a Sri Lankan-themed ambiance where the traditional coffee shop the ‘kopi kade’ can be experienced. There will be a cultural show and oriental music to further heighten your enjoyment.

The Galadari Colombo will let you encounter true authentic Sri Lankan cuisine of the paradise isle laid out just for you. This will truly be an opportunity not to be missed. 

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