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AYU Sunday Lunch buffet back at Mövenpick Hotel Colombo

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  •  Free access to the rooftop infinity sky pool and a variety of action stations for the whole family!

Loosen that belt and pile up your plate. The AYU Sunday lunch buffet is back at the Mövenpick Hotel Colombo and this time, it’s all about “live cooking”. That’s not all, it’s priced at 2,900/= nett with free access to our rooftop infinity sky pool. 

The salad stations feature a range of local produce, healthy grains, oriental chicken salad, sesame beef salad and an American salad bar together with mini healthy shots, mussels and a “do-it-your-way” action salad bar. 

The enormous menu also boasts the finest international fare from juicy pork spare ribs, roasted lamb, the classic fish n’ chips and the best garlic mash. 

The Sri Lankan corner is packed with spice, flavour and aroma with a messy crab red curry, mutton pepper curry, some healthy gotukola sambol, a range of pickles and chutneys along with traditional red rice to give it a healthy twist. 

The “live cooking” stations give you pasta counters, hopper counters ranging from egg hoppers to seafood and even sweet hoppers, mini burger stands and a dim sum station. 

Remember: save some room for the mouth-watering desserts and choose from watalappam, cheesecake, chef’s signature chocolate cake and ‘live stations’ offering childhood favourites – bombai mutai (candy floss), waffles, milk toffees, jujubes and an endless variety of the finest sweets! 

Call 7 450 440 for reservations and visit the brand-new AYU lunch buffet priced at Rs. 2,900/= nett. 


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