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Jungle dining elevated at Hotel Sigiriya

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The lush gardens of Hotel Sigiriya come alive after sundown with the searing sounds of meatand tiki torch adorned pathways that lead you towards a gastronomic feast. Chef Bernard Jayasuriya along with his dedicated team pulls out all the stops, to prepare a lavish spread, fit for royalty.

After a heavy day of conquering the great outdoors, this is an ideal setting to unwind and experience the culinary expertise of Hotel Sigiriya. Consisting a variety of spice rubbed imported and local meats, seafood and fresh produce accompanied by a vast selection of spirits and brews; thismeal will surely leave you craving for more. 

“We have been hosting the Jungle BBQ dinner at Hotel Sigiriya for a few months now and have been highly commended by our guests for the unique setting and food selection,” commented Hotel Sigiriya General Manager Suresh Athukorala. “The team and I invite everyone to set foot on a memorable culinary journey with Hotel Sigiriya.”

To celebrate life’s special moments, Hotel Sigiriya has ample dining options to choose from. Be it the multi cuisine restaurant or for a more intimate setting the specialty dining option where one gets to dine at the hotel tree house with direct views of the magnificent rock fortress. 

Hotel Sigiriya, under the management of Serendib Leisure Ltd., is an iconic property that exudes timeless and rustic charm located in the heart of the country’s cultural triangle. The hotel boasts uninterrupted views of the majestic Sigiriya Rock Fortress that has been declared by UNESCO as the eighth wonder of the world.An ideal haven for the nature and culture buff looking, the property is complete with an eco-centre and an in-house naturalist on call to help enhance the experience of its guests.

For more information or restaurant reservations contact us on +94 66 4930500 or e-mail inquiries.sigiriya@serendibleisure.lkor log on to www.serendibleisure.com.

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