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The Swiss Week is back at Mövenpick Hotel Colombo


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  • Swiss Week comes back for the second consecutive year

 The National Day of the Swiss Confederation is the ideal platform to celebrate the longstanding and excellent Swiss-Sri Lankan friendship. For the second consecutive year, Mövenpick Hotel Colombo will be partnering with the Swiss Embassy in the organisation of the celebrations. 

This year’s Swiss Week celebrations will commence on 2 August at the Brasserie, inviting guests to enjoy Swiss culinary delights. The ala carte selection includes appetisers from Swiss barley soup to an assortment of Swiss cheese and cold cuts, while the main course spans from Zurich sliced veal to Ticino saffron risotto and much more. With equally dreamy desserts to complete your experience, tuck into a Zuger cherry pie or Ticino apple gateau and a delectable scoop of Mövenpick ice cream. 

Make a reservation this August and be a part of Mövenpick Hotel Colombo’s “Swiss Week at the Brasserie” by calling +94 117 450 440 from 2 until 12 August from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. 

 


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