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Mövenpick ice cream now available in Colombo


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A different level of refinement is now available at Mövenpick Hotel Colombo. The culinary finesse of Mövenpick recipes is firmly rooted in gastronomy. The search for extraordinary ingredients and flavours for new creations is part of the daily adventures for the talented Maîtres Glaciers. 

No distance is too great, whether it’s Bourbon vanilla pods from the tropical forests of Madagascar or the finest cocoa beans from the Maracaibo region of Venezuela, the quest for natural products continues as their passion for the exceptional and their delight in creating flavour combinations are boundless.   

It’s finally time to welcome you to the unique world of Mövenpick ice cream, where the authentic taste and traditional Swiss ice cream craftsmanship come together, creating seductive ice creams of gourmet quality. Mövenpick Hotel Colombo invites you to come and meet the well-loved and incomparably creamy - thanks to pure Swiss cream - Mövenpick ice creams. Embark on a journey of discovery so good it’s an ice dream! 

Immerse yourself and find your own ice cream bliss now at the Lobby Lounge, French Brasserie, Japanese Robata Grill and Lounge, AYU All Day Dining and the Vistas Rooftop Bar. 

 


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