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It’s ‘All Things Cheese’ at Café Kai, Hilton Colombo


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Pop by Café Kai, Hilton Colombo from 23 to 30 January for a cheesy treat. Whether it’s a taste for classic such as Brie or Cheddar or a palate for artisan Manchego, you can go crazy for cheese in all its addictive applications.

The menu consists Manchego Kochchi Toasties (a must try!) - Toasted bread with melted Manchego cheese, tomato, chili, green pepper and onion, Cheesy Chicken Roll – Chinese stuffed rolls with cheese, chicken, onion, chili and vegetables, Macaroni Cheese & Rye – cheese elbow pasta with onion, bacon on grilled beer battered rye bread, the all-time favourite; spiced chili fries with creamy melted cheddar cheese sauce, Mac & Cheese Balls – macaroni pasta with cheese deep fried in rich tomato sauce and topped with cashew nut pesto, Cheese Coconut Rotti – coconut roti stuffed melted cheese, chili and curry leaves and the French puff pastry; Cheese Mille Feuille – layers of baked brie cheese with onion, red chili, curry leaves and curry leaf pesto.

This unique menu will be available from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Café Kai.

Call the F&B Reservations Desk on 2492492 or visit www.hitoncolombo1.com or fb/HiltonColombo for details.

 


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