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Lemongrass, coconut and ginger in spotlight at Hilton Residences


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  • Seasonal Produce for September-November
  • Healthy dining and beverage options at BASICO Bar Lounge

Hilton Colombo Residences yesterday announced its seasonal produce for the months of September to November as lemongrass, coconut, and ginger at all of its dining outlets as a part of its #EatDrinkHilton campaign.

The objective of this initiative is to look at the health aspect of each seasonal produce and how it can be used in daily dishes. 

The high tea at FLOW will feature a range of speciality seasonal produce for both sweet and savoury variations which will be paired with a range of tea. 

The high tea will be made available every Thursday and Friday, from 4 to 6 p.m. at BASICO, priced at Rs. 1,800 nett per person.

The buffet will feature fusions like pea and coconut mousse on rye sourdough, egg and lemon grass mayonnaise brioche, Ginger-infused chicken liver pate, crispy waffle with coconut and ginger ice cream, and lemongrass profiteroles. 

Speaking of the seasonal specialty produce, Hilton Colombo Residences Food and Beverage Manager Priyal Wijesuriya said  health with sweet and savoury offerings,” said Wijesuriya. 

For more information, please contact Restaurant Manager Janaka Fernando on 0766-127-783 / 0-115-344-644. For more information, visit www.flow.lk or find FLOW on Facebook. 

 – Pix by Shehan Gunasekara

 


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