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Ifthar Buffet at Mövenpick Hotel Colombo

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01Ramazan is now here with countless options for breaking your fast with family and friends when the sun goes down during the Holy Month. Check in to Mövenpick Hotel Colombo and enjoy the Ifthar Buffet now available at AYU – the All-Day Dining located on the 4th floor. The buffet opens at 6:15 p.m. and will be continued throughout the holy month of Ramazan. 

A wide variety of experiences and cuisines are on offer with a separate Ifthar corner including dates, dry nuts, congee, juices and lots more. The pricing remains the same at Rs. 3,330 nett per head.

Expect a delicious variety of international dishes, live cooking stations, beverages and desserts. It is perfect for those who would like an evening surrounded by a select crowd. To make a reservation, please call: +94 11 7 450 440. 

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