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Relish the finest Ifthar delights with Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo, this Ramazan season

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Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo celebrates the tradition of Ramazan with thoughtful offerings during this holy month.

Table One – As the sun sets, spend blessed time with family and friends at Table One, the all day dining restaurant at Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo. The Ifthar menu includes refreshing delights such as faluda, kanji, fresh juices, dates, and a sumptuous selection of Arabic dishes, from flavourful lamb Ouzi to baba ganoush. Afterward enjoy an exquisite international dinner buffet with delicacies from around the globe. Sunday through Thursday Rs. 3,600 nett per person, Friday and Saturday Rs. 3,950 nett per person (rate includes Ifthar specials and dinner).

Sapphyr Lounge – Savour a more intimate Iftar at Sapphyr Lounge with its idyllic setting where you can soak in views of the best sunsets. The swiftly served set menu includes crispy samosa’s, chicken sharwarma, sticky-sweet Umm Ali for dessert and more. Rs. 3,000 nett per person.

Ifthar Banqueting – This Ramazan, make Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo your host to private Iftar gatherings with loved ones, or to show appreciation to business partners. The special banqueting menus feature festive favourites including much-loved Arabian influenced dishes, South Asian specials and more.The hotel’s stylish banqueting venues include the pillar-less Shangri-La Ballroom that seats 1440 guests, the Lotus Ballroom that seats 380 guests and the versatile Spice Room with flexible break out rooms. The elevated lawn on the 4th floor with its breezy environs offers a unique ambiance.

A designated Prayer Room is available for guest convenience through the month of Ramadan.

Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo, a destination in itself, offers a wide range of dining options with it’s six innovative restaurant and bars, a fantastic line up of live entertainment by evening, an elevated swimming pool with stunning views over the Indian Ocean, a serene atmosphere to relax at CHI, The Spa and a 24-hour Health Club. 


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