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Chinese New Year Food Festival at Kingsbury’s Yue Chuan from 18-25 January


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Bringing together families, friends and delicious cuisine, The Kingsbury is celebrating Chinese New Year to welcome the Year of the Pig from 18-25 January at Yue Chuan. A distinct à la carte menu has been carefully curated to suit the palate for those in search of authentic flavours from the orient.

The Kingsbury’s award winning Yue Chuan will be decked up to host a feast prepared by Chef Cui where guests can indulge themselves in a special à la carte menu which includes Hunan style crispy prawns, Xinjiang style lamb and Kung Pao Chicken to name a few as the restaurant will transport you to China. In addition, guests will be able to get into the spirit of the new year as the hotel welcomes local patrons and Chinese guests with an array of celebratory cuisine which is sure to fill everyone’s hearts with joy and gladness.

The Kingsbury Hotel is located in the heart of Colombo featuring stunning views of Sri Lanka’s iconic Galleface Green. The hotel boasts a collection of varied cuisine from its outlets – The Kings, Yue Chuan, Harbour Court, Honey Beach Club, The Gourmet Station, The Grill and The Ocean. 

Since its inception, The Kingsbury Hotel, Colombo has consistently catered to the diverse needs of customers. As the newest offering, the award winning Singaporean dining and entertainment brand CÉ LA VI takes entertainment and nightlife to a new pinnacle. The Kingsbury has earned global accolades including Regional Winner Luxury Business Hotel in South Asia and Best Luxury Business Hotel in Sri Lanka.


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