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Mövenpick Hotel kicks off ‘Ten Days in India’

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‘Ten Days in India’ kicked off at the Mövenpick Hotel Colombo on 8 February. Many familiar faces were present on the first day of this 10-day-long Indian food festival featuring entertainment acts by the talented ImzyS dance loft. Together with Chef Vijay Singh and Chef Sanjiv Uniyal, the two culinary artists from the Sofitel Mumbai BKC and the hotel’s resident Indian Chef Rana, the buffet will feature the finest Northern and Southern Indian cuisine. Images from the opening night.


Team AYU with Chef Vijay

Prashan, Nirushi, Nadia and Padmi

Zeena Ikram and friends

The talented culinary artists

Chefs working hard


The spread

Culinary artists

The tikka corner


Ramani, Aslam Padmi

Imzys dance loft at AYU

Ramani and Ranjith Fernando

Stéphanie Périllard and Simrin Singh

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