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Eclectic dining experiences at Cinnamon Grand

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As the year heads into its second half, Cinnamon Grand guests can look forward to enjoying a range of Food and Beverage promotions that will suit different palates and cater to friends and families, as well as to groups of diners.

International Sunday Brunch at the Courtyard

The International Sunday Brunch will start on 7 July at the Hotel’s Courtyard lobby. From 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. every Sunday, guests can choose from three versions – Brunch at Rs. 4,000 nett per person; Beer Brunch at Rs. 4,500 nett per person; and Bubbly Brunch at Rs. 6,000 nett per person.

The decadent spread will include a variety of salads; a freshly steamed fountain with prawns, shoe lobsters, steamed crab, and fresh oysters; an assorted sushi bar; a homemade smoked charcuterie and seafood corner with lamb, airdried pork and homemade smoked seer; an assorted cheese counter; action carvery stations with roast honey pork, herb marinated leg of lamb, beer cube roll and roast spring chicken; an Italian pasta counter; a Chinese/Vietnamese Dim Sum counter; action egg stations; desserts such a chocolate fountain, homemade assorted pralines and truffles, and a French dessert selection. It will also include a Kids’ Corner, comprising of mini fish and chips, French fries, chicken bites and flavoured ice cream for the little ones to enjoy.

In addition, guests can look forward to enjoying their Sunday afternoon with friends and family accompanied by the melodic tunes of the live jazz band at the venue. For reservations call 011 249 7440.

Drinks at the New Bar at Courtyard 

Guests can now enjoy a variety of spirits at the bar located at the Hotel’s Courtyard Lobby, daily from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Be it a meetup with a friend just before dinner, or unwinding after a meal, the relaxed surroundings of the Courtyard give guests the opportunity to sip a drink from the menu of 30 beverages, on their way to a restaurant or soon after enjoying a meal with friends and family. 

Romantic dining for two at The Lagoon

The Lagoon now offers an intimate dining experience for couples who wish to dine in a secluded platform built in the middle of the natural settings of the lagoon. The glass platform with its own bridge, offers a serene setting to dine and wine with your very own butler. The Lagoon is open is for dinner daily from 6:30 p.m. to 12 midnight. For reservations call 011 249 7371.

Happy Hour and more at Cheers Pub

Weekends just got happier with the new Weekend Happy Hour at Cheers Pub (Saturdays and Sundays from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.). Also at Cheers Pub, enjoy the Combo Platter featuring a range of bites and beverages for Rs. 2,500 nett per platter, while enjoying the World Cup cricket matches on the big screens.

Group discounts at all restaurants

Groups of guests can avail themselves of the group discounts at all restaurants at Cinnamon Grand (except the Coffee Stop), where groups of 10 or more will receive a 10% discount, while groups of 20 or more will receive a 20% discount. Guests may also bring two bottles of spirits (terms and conditions apply).

Offer on spirits at The London Grill

Diners can complement their fine dining at London Grill with 50% off on spirits on the Cellarmasters list and The London Grill signature collection. The Hotel also opened Tao, the Chinese restaurant. Nuga Gama, the Village in the City, will be open from 19 July onwards.

For more details on these offers and promotions, call 011 249 7361/62.

Follow the excitement on Facebook: www.facebook.com/CinnamonGrandC and 

Instagram: www.instagram.com/cinnamongrandcolombo/.


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