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Full moon vegetarian lunch buffet at Ramada Colombo

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All you veggie lovers out there, head over to Ramada Colombo this Poya day, as they introduce a very special vegetarian buffet.

The sumptuous all vegetarian menu has a fresh juice counter featuring lovi, guava and narang juice. A salad bar and a choice of starters and soups are sure to fire up those taste buds.

As for the main course, a succulent selection awaits with dishes ranging from the Indian Vegetable

Biriyani and Paneer Makhani to Sri Lankan favourites such as kottu roti, string hoppers, manioc curry, polos curry, pumpkin mustard curry, Kiri Kos Maluwa, Kohila Dalu tempered, breadfruit curry and many more.

Additionally, the buffet will feature Action Stations for the preparation of hoppers, parata, and cheese roti, along with a spice-laden relish and chutney counter. The culinary team has prepared a wide range of delicious desserts.

This healthy and green buffet also includes access to the hotel swimming pool, making it an ideal choice to relax and enjoy the day with your family and friends.

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