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Curve unveils new look and new menu

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  • New tapas range offers eclectic mix of Western with Asian dips
  • Light tapas lunch deal including healthy juice introduced

Curve tapas restaurant and bar at Park Street Mews, which has set the trend for tapas in the city while also being a trendy lounge and bar offering great cocktails, live music and chilled ambiance, was refurbished recently. Along with the new look a new tapas menu and a choice of healthy juices were also introduced.

An architect-designed long bar with white corian marble top and the deep purple wall feature present an interior in the line of world class bars. An added feature is the connecting door to Park Street Mews restaurant which offers the diner the option of enjoying the music. Part of the attraction of the tapas –life is to enjoy the action, the buzz and al fresco dining on the street, which is part of the entertainment.

The tapas range has been revised by Chef Rohan to offer an eclectic mix of Western with Asian dips with spicy and tangy flavours. The restaurant menu also offers lunch specials, homemade ice cream and an extensive beverage menu, specialising in cocktails, healthy juices, premium liquor and wines.The Curve restaurant and bar offers a chilled ambiance for daytime and in the night comes alive with the mood lighting and live music from Thursday to Saturday, with grooves that anyone can identify with. 

With more people focusing on light lunches, the Curve Tapas Bar has introduced a light tapas lunch deal including a healthy juice daily for Rs. 950. The healing juices offers a range of freshly extracted fruit and vegetable juices which are incredibly beneficial to one’s health and well-being. 

The homemade ice creams with amazing flavours such as Burnt caramel and Chai tea are there for one to discover. The other specialty is ‘Liqueur and ice’; unique to Curve, offering spice apple with cognac or passion fruit with Bacardi or vanilla with Baileys, to a name a few. 

The Vault at the Curve features unique single malts, champagnes and high end wines for private entertainment and offers personalised service for 10 pax.

Log onto www.curvebarcolombo.com for more details. Open daily from 11 am to 11pm and extended till 1 am on Friday and Saturday. Curve – Tapas, Bar and Restaurant at Park Street Mews continues to offer a trendy dining experience and an exciting night out on the city, with its new look, new menu and live music.

Pix by Shehan Gunasekara


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