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Mövenpick Hotel Colombo introduces Ramazan buffet deal in Colombo


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Ramazan is the most sacred month of the year in Islamic culture and Muslims observe the month of Ramazan which is also a time for sacrifice, renunciation and spiritual growth. During Ramazan, observant Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset and they break fast with water and dates, followed by prayers and a meal called Ifthar. Not only does a Ramazan buffet give you and your loved ones a chance to spend time together, it also provides a moment of togetherness that is all too fleeting in this hurried digital age. 

Sharing a meal to break fast together is a beautiful tradition. Combining this time-honoured tradition of Ifthar with the convenience of city living, Mövenpick Hotel Colombo will be introducing an Arabic Ifthar promotion from 15 May to 14 June at AYU, the all-day dining restaurant.

Priced at only Rs. 2,990, the ifthar buffet will serve both traditional Middle Eastern dishes and international cuisine, together with a sumptuous selection of Arabic dishes including baba ghanoush, Arabic cheeses, breads and other specialities complemented by fresh juices. Desserts will include a selection of Baklava, Muhallebi, rice kheer and assorted Arabic delights. 

To make a reservation, please call +117 450 450 or email hotel.colombo.fb@movenpick.com.


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