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ISSO opens brand new outlet in Colpetty

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ISSO, Colombo’s favourite prawn restaurant, opened their brand new outlet with a renewed and exciting menu for seafood lovers in Colpetty.

With a strong focus on the freshness and the quality of the ingredients used in their food, ISSO fast became a favourite among foodies when the restaurant initially opened doors to customers in 2016 at Sulaiman Terrace. With their newest venture, ISSO evolves from being a prawn-only restaurant to offer a refreshing and mouth-watering seafood menu to their customers; with a bonus vegetarian option. 

“We are very excited to present our latest outlet at Ananda Coomaraswamy Mawatha (Green Path), where Colombo’s foodies can now indulge in a variety of prawn and other seafood options of their choice. If there is one thing Sri Lankans love as an island nation, it’s their prawns and seafood and we have introduced some really interesting combinations to our menuto cater to the taste buds of all our customers,” ISSO Co-founders Apinash Sivagumaaran, Fawaz Fassi and Shuaib Yusoof said.

“From the beginning we wanted to create a brand with a truly local identity and we wanted it to be something that we could also take out into the world.The ISSO concept was fresh and straight forward, and caught on to the market pretty well.So after two years in operation we wanted to present something even bigger and better to our customers. That is why we decided to expand,by opening our new outlet and introducing more delectablemenu options. We are very excited for Colombo to try out what we have in store for them,” they added.

With their latest restaurant, ISSO has introduced a bigger prawn size giving customers four different prawn sizes to choose from. Additionally, they offer three new seafood options including lobster and a delicious vegetarian option. The restaurant hasalso introduced a range of specials, soups, starters and a kids menu. 

Their new, cosy and spacious facility is suitable for spending simple yet quality time with family and friends, for special occasions and celebrations, and also for corporate lunches and dinners. In addition to dining in, customers also have the option to take out or for delivery where orders can be made online through the ISSO website www.isso.lk or via the ISSO app on mobile. The new restaurant is open from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. at No.53, Ananda Coomaraswamy Mawatha, Colombo 03.For delivery and more information please call 0117770300.

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