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Royal Thai certified as ‘Authentic Thai Cuisine’ by Thai Select, Thailand


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Colombo’s premium urban resort Cinnamon Lakeside Colombo has received the prestigious ‘Thai Select’ program certification from the Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and the Royal Thai Government. 

The award was presented to Cinnamon Lakeside General Manager Dermot Gale and the Royal Thai team by the Thai Ambassador to Sri Lanka Chulamanee Chartsuwan.  

The ‘Thai Select’ program was launched to certify and promote authentic Thai cuisine around the world, and this certificate serves as a seal of approval granted to Thai restaurants overseas that serve authentic Thai food. Royal Thai has won many awards over the years for establishing itself as the premier provider of authentic, fine Thai cuisine in Sri Lanka and is proud to have obtained this accolade that serves as a means of recognition for years of dedication to serving authentic Thai cuisine.


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