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Heart shaped gift of love from Galadari


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Look no further, stress out not; the Galadari Hotel has the perfect Valentine’s gift for you this year. A beautiful heart shaped edible chocolate box awaits you at the Cupid’s Hut from 12 to 14 February in the Lobby from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. This wonderful gift is a creation of Chef Pradeep Fonseka the hotel’s pastry magician. Each year he conjures up intricate and edible gifts of love and this year is no exception. This breathtaking chocolate box is filled up with 12 of the most delicious and melt-in-your-mouth chocolate assortments. Each chocolate is filled with exciting centres which include orange, cinnamon and honey, white chocolate and butterscotch and much more. Eye-catchingly wrapped in a lovely box this is the perfect Valentine’s gift for the one you love. The Galadari Hotel has much more Valentine’s treats on offer at the ‘Cupid’s Hut’ as well as the Café 64 this year for Valentine’s so why not come on over.

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