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Ifthar with a difference at The Hilton Colombo!


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This Ramadan, break fast with delightful flavours from the Ottoman era with a specially prepared Turkish menu by our own Turkish Chef Erkan Bostanci at the Curry Leaf restaurant from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Savour the delectable range of Turkish cuisine from Ayran (Turkish yogurt drink) to the kebab corner, vegetable Dolmeh, Turkish Pide and Mezzzeh Bar – Baba Ganoush, Hummus, Haydari, Turkish fish grill and more including a wonderful spread of desserts. In addition there are a few subcontinental dishes namely Murghi, Gosht and Chicken Khabsa (biriyani).

The special Ifthar dinner buffet is priced at Rs. 2,500 nett per person. A prayer room is available on request.

The regular Sri Lankan and seafood buffet at Rs. 3,583 nett will be available at Curry Leaf from 8:30 p.m. until midnight.

For reservations, please call the F&B Reservations Desk on 2492492. www.hitoncolombo1.com, fb/HiltonColombo.

 


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