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Jetwing Colombo Seven unveils exquisite new menu


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Restaurant 57, the main restaurant of Jetwing Colombo Seven, recently unveiled a new menu to highlight its fusion of diverse and signature flavours, to its globally-inspired cuisine. Headed by Chef Indika, the restaurant invites guests to set off on a culinary voyage from Sri Lanka to India, Japan to Italy and beyond. 

Signature dishes include Tabbouleh salad with sumac prawns, pomegranate, tomato and lemon; Tortellini filled with artichoke, baked tofu, roasted nuts, edamame beans, pesto with coconut velouté; Homemade squid ink burger with Pico De Gallo, guacamole, Australian prime ground beef, citrus BBQ sauce, cheddar cheese and jalapeño cilantro; Coconut stuffed Sri Lankan crepes with strawberries, pine nuts and honey ice cream amongst others. The new menu also features several vegan and vegetarian dishes and an extensive array of pastas, pizzas and risottos. 

“Travel and food are intricately entwined, and the freshest ingredients and unique flavours have the ability to shape your journey. At Jetwing Hotels, we aim to offer a gastronomic adventure that you would remember for a lifetime so it’s important to frequently enhance the experience through innovative techniques,” said Jetwing Hotels Chairman Shiromal Cooray. 

The bold, modern décor at Restaurant 57 exudes a refined ambience and embellishes the dining experience and is ideal for a business lunch or a casual family dinner. Jetwing Colombo Seven sources ingredients from local suppliers and aims to minimise the use of imported items, especially seafood and fruits, so travellers get the opportunity to taste the best our tropical island has to offer. 

Family-owned and in the tourism industry for the past 46 years, Jetwing Hotels has surpassed expectation at every aspect. Building on their foundation of being passionate, as well as the experience of true, traditional Sri Lankan hospitality, constantly pioneering discoveries captures the essence of the brand. Such a strong statement and direction have enabled Jetwing Hotels to imagine, create and manage marvels and masterpieces, where distinctive design and elegant comfort complement each other and the environment. 

In line with the Jetwing Hotels Sustainable Strategy, across all properties sustainable and responsible practices are given precedence with resource efficiency, community upliftment and education, and awareness being some of their key focus areas.

- Pix by Ruwan Walpola


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