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Express Weekday Lunch launches at Food Studio at Colombo City Centre

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The Atrium by Food Studio, located on the 3rd floor of Colombo City Centre, launches its Express Weekday Lunch deals this week, available Monday to Friday between 11am to 3pm.  

Outlets serving up authentic Sri Lankan, Indonesian, Japanese, and Singaporean cuisine will have delicious combo meals running throughout the week. From Katsudon sets and authentic Hainanese Chicken Rice and Soup, to Singaporean Teppanyaki, Sri Lankan Rice and Curry, and delicious Indonesian Chicken Opor rice sets, Food Studio promises a lunch spread where variety is key.

Given the Colombo City Centre’s strategic location to a number of offices and organisations in and around the Nawam Mawatha area, it is expected that the launch of Express Weekday Lunch will provide some much-needed culinary therapy. 

The Atrium by Food Studio also houses a myriad of outlets serving up global cuisine, patisseries, burgers, pastas, pizzas and Sri Lanka’s first ever Michelin-inspired Dessert Bar. Hosting spectacular terrace views of the city, Beira Lake and Indian Ocean, Colombo’s lunch date with Food Studio is already set. 

Visit the Atrium by Food Studio, 3rd floor Colombo City Centre, open Sundays to Thursdays from 10:30am to 10:30pm as well as Fridays and Saturdays from 10:30am to 11:00pm (Also open on Poya Days). 

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