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European Street Food Festival on 30 Sept.


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The European Chamber of Commerce of Sri Lanka (ECCSL) will be hosting a European Street Food Festival on 30 September at the Colombo Racecourse premises.

Currently, The Galle Face Hotel, The Kingsbury, Mount Lavinia Hotel, Hilton Colombo, Harpo’s Pizza, Park Street Gourmet, Apero, Bread.lk, Wine.lk, GLO Juices, Isle of Gelato, Paan Paan, Foodies Goodies, MA’S Foods, Dutch Burger Union, The English Cake Company and Snow Monkey will be catering at the event.

The ECCSL has an exclusive mandate to promote trade and investment opportunities between Sri Lanka and 28 European Union member countries and works closely with the Delegation of the European Union to Sri Lanka. As a premier business chamber, the ECCSL helps members and non-members to network with other businesses and maximise business opportunities. 


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