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Food Studio together with Sampath Bank offers guilt free indulgence this holiday season

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Sri Lanka’s first international food court, Food Studio at Colombo City Centre (CCC) joins hands with Sampath Bank to offer customers an extravagant two days of seasonal indulgence this holiday season. 

Sampath Bank cardholders are eligible for a 30% discount on 22 and 23 December at selected outlets at Food Studio.“At Food Studio our goal is to offer our customers a heartfelt and unforgettable experience through our offerings. We always aim to facilitate and encourage people to take advantage of these opportunities to create more memorable experience with us and for themselves. Through this gesture with Sampath Bank, we hope to do the same during the season of giving,” said Food Studio Founder Lim Tai Toon.  

Located on the third floor at CCC, Food Studio offers a unique dining experience like no other, starting with its diverse culinary offering from around the world, striking ambiance and excellent hospitality.

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