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Refined Tastes By Mahaweli Reach now present at Asiri Hospital, Kandy

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The Refined Tastes By Mahaweli Reach hotel food outlet has been launched at Asiri Hospital Kandy under the patronage of Asiri Hospital Kandy Director Operations Nihal Rathnayake, Asiri Hospital Kandy General Manager Nalin Pasqual, and Mahaweli Reach Hotels PLC Managing Director Jayantha Panabokke.

This outlet will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily providing all-day dining options such as sandwiches, wraps, sweet and savoury snacks in addition to breakfast, lunch and dinner staples such as string hoppers, rotis, rice and curry, biryani, fried rice, noodles and soups as well. 

The Refined Tastes outlet will provide visitors to the hospital and residents of the vicinity a chance to sample the culinary creations of Mahaweli Reach at reasonable prices. 

With ample parking, dine-in and take away options, this outlet will provide its patrons ease, comfort and quality at budget friendly prices. 

Orders can also be placed at this outlet for Mahaweli Reach Signature cakes and the Healthy Breads range. 

Visit Refined Tastes by Mahaweli Reach at Level 3, Cafeteria, Asiri Hospital, Kandy to grab and go or dine in comfort. Tel: 081 4551900.

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