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Introducing theme nights at The Verandah, Galle Face Hotel Colombo

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The semi-alfresco dining restaurant, The Verandah has a new dinner menu that caters to many palates and many cravings. Chef Adam Gaunt-Evans and his culinary team have put together an interesting line up of cuisines from all around the world: 

Sunday – Traditional British Roast, fish and chips and traditional British puddings

Monday – BBQ Dinner infused by pan Asian flavours 

Tuesday – Flavours of Thailand, simply authentic and vibrant

Wednesday – Arabian Nights, Middle Eastern flavours along with roasted lamb and kebab grills

Thursday – A taste of Japan including sushi, Tempura, Karaage and Tepenyaki 

Friday – Indian Delights, centred around traditional tandoor oven 

Saturday – Spices of Lanka, for street food lovers 

The Verandah was patronised by many generals, authors, and adventurers in the past; and is the finest venue to entertain family, friends and business partners. Their service is personal and their hearts are humble, and they have a premium taste for food; be a part of a culinary celebration the best that a heritage hotel will offer. 

Open from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., call them on +94 2541010 to make a reservation.


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