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Delightful dining experiences at Cinnamon Lakeside

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Cinnamon Lakeside has introduced several new food and beverage promotions full of colour and flavour that will have diners enticed.

All You Can 

Eat Dim Sum

Enjoy the new ‘All You Can Eat Dim Sum’ offer at the Hotel’s Long Feng Chinese restaurant on Saturdays and Sunday from 12 noon to 3 p.m. For Rs. 2,500 nett per person, guests can enjoy a choice of soup, starter, as much dim sum as you can eat from over 30 varieties, as well as freshly made delicious dessert. For reservations call 011 249 1949.

New cakes, pastries and savouries at Goodies

Everything you’ve loved about the signature cakes, pastries and savouries at Cinnamon Lakeside’s Goodies have got even more tempting. Goodies has launched a new range of sweet and savoury temptations, adding to the lineup of baked goods already on offer. There are now 24 varieties of cakes and mini cakes, and 15 new sweet and savoury pastry items on the menu. They all boast a delicious combination of flavours and creative presentation, which are sure to compliment any occasion or celebration. Goodies is open daily from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Special orders undertaken. For more details call 011 249 1804.

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