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Tasty Caterers turns 37 with launch of new festive menus

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Traditional whole roast turkey with pan gravy and cranberry sauce

Tasty Caterers, Sri Lanka’s favourite restaurateur, is celebrating its 37th anniversary this year by introducing a new range of enticing menus fit for the occasion and season.

Tasty Caterers Christmas dinner spread
Chocolate chip cookies

To commemorate this milestone, as well as the coming of the festive season, Tasty has designed a delectable selection of takeout and catering menus, allowing you to make the most of the holiday by spending less time in the kitchen and more with your loved ones.

The festive finger food cocktail menu offers an assortment of scrumptious finger food, crisps and dips and special sweet goodies, perfect for a casual cocktail or to get that party started right.

For dinner dos sure to be the talk of the town, Tasty offers an exquisite array of specially curated menus. To order what specifically suits your holiday craving, choose individual items from an assortment of soups, salads, appetisers, mains, and desserts from the a la carte seasonal takeaway menu. 

Customers preferring to opt out of any serious decision-making however, can choose from one of three festive set menus: Seasonal Indulgence, the Christmas Classic and the Tasty Premium Festive Menu. Each offering a grand selection of meat, seafood and even vegetarian entrees -with all the trimmings - Tasty’s three festive set menus are all accompanied with a selection of resplendent salads and savoury starches and sides, to be finished off with a mouth-watering choice of decadent desserts.

What started as a humble home catering outfit nearly four decades ago has now grown into a successful five outlet strong enterprise - a testament to the Tasty brand’s reliability and flavour.  Following the opening of the intimate flagship Tasty outlet in Fife Road in 1993, the brand has marked its unparalleled presence across Colombo - and beyond - with the openings of Café on the 5th in Colpetty, Crossroads Restaurant in Nawala, La Rambla in Mount Lavinia and most recently Thai Cuisine Boulevard in Queens Road run by renowned Thai chef Aree ‘Mama’ Jittman.

From authentic Mediterranean fare to taste bud-tingling Thai food, from comforting Sri Lankan rice and curry to delectable patisseries, together, the Tasty outlets offer up a variety of cuisines like no other. Patrons are even spoilt for choice when opting for an ambience to suit a particular occasion. Whether a casual dine-out with the family or an evening that calls for a tasteful celebration, either restaurant is certain to deliver the perfect dining experience.

“From the very beginning, Tasty Caterers has stood out in its commitment to serving a variety of exceptional cuisine,” said the founder of Tasty Caterers Kanthi Jayamaha. 

“What we have done and will continue to do is delight our patrons by bringing the best of both local and international cuisine to our restaurants through our quality of food, atmosphere and service.”

Beef strip loin with rustic burgundy sauce with baby sweet onion

Broccoli cherry tomato and fruity X-Mass Tree

Tasty Caterers Christmas dinner spread
Lemon meringue cheesecake
Red velvet cupcakes with cream cheese topping


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