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Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo celebrates Valentine’s with gourmet hideaways, sensory journey experiences

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Show your love at the CBG 

Dotted as the cosmopolitan social dining capital of Colombo, Shangri-La Hotel, Colombo is celebrating Valentine’s Day to make this 14 February one to remember. 

The Flower Wall 

Brimming with the vibrancy and exclusivity of a retro classic bar and restaurant, Capital Bar and Grill will serve a four-course aphrodisiac-inspired sensory menu with handpicked ingredients and uniquely-crafted dishes by Executive Chef Patrick Buttgereit. Weaving in diverse local and global ingredients and bespoke spices and herbs of the world, this is a true sensory journey of tastes, flavours and aromas for couples. 

If it is a gourmet hideaway guests want to experience, three special venues are available to choose from; the outdoor lawn with marquee, the Horizon Club Terrace on the 32nd floor or the Shangri-La Suite on the 30th floor may be the perfect package for two with a private chef and waiter, and much more. 

A Valentine-inspired Afternoon Tea will be available on 14 February. Staging high tea of indulgent proportions, Sapphyr Lounge will afford a decadent array this Valentine’s Day to make your experience a feast for the imagination. Treat your loved one with a gift of the most delicately crafted from Valentine’s confectionaries or pick that perfect flower from the Flower Kiosk and prove that there is still a loving place for this age-old tradition. 

With arguably one of the most exquisite backdrops for dinner, Table One that boasts of world cuisine with multiple action stations will serve as a gateway to a night of indulgence. 

Kaema Sutra that embodies the perfect pairing of authentic Sri Lankan flavours on novel variations in food and beverage, will have flavourful Valentine’s Day beverages at the extended happy hours from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.

For reservations or more information, call (94 117) 888 288 or send an email to restaurants.slcb@shangri-la.com.

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