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Catch the best express lunch only at the Sea Spray, Galle Face Hotel

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In this buzzing city of Colombo, the Sea Spray is merely a great escape! Lunch time is often a grab and go, and the Sea Spray restaurant at the Galle Face Hotel is ready to give you the same experience with a twist of a resort in a city feel to it.

As you sit at the bar, take in the view of the ocean and sip on the finest beverages, give yourself an express treat to fresh seasonal island produce and coastal seafood made in more ways than one. The cuisine is influenced by traditional Sri Lankan and Japanese flavours, and gives you a variety of dishes to choose from. Apart from an exquisite Barramundi dish, highlights include fresh sushi, prawn kebabs and Karaage Chicken to those who want a meaty mix. 

The Sea Spray has some of the best homemade ice cream and sorbet. It comes in the tropical flavours of coconut, strawberry and cinnamon along with toppings to get creative with.

The Sea Spray is open from 11.30 a.m. to 2.30 p.m. To make a reservation call +94 2541010.


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