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Sweet confections in time for Valentine’s Day at The Kingsbury


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Now while it is the time of year to be showering your loved ones with gifts, it is important to gift them something thoughtful and affectionate. When Cupid’s arrow is involved, the best gifts are those that come from the heart. So finding the perfect gift for your loved ones on Valentine’s Day can be quite a task. Well, The Kingsbury has simplified it for you with their selection of sweet confections that will surely melt everyone’s heart this year! Flirt, flatter and appreciate your partner with a gourmet box of personalised chocolates available at Thé Cake from 12 to 14 February. Surprise your sweetheart with a unique chocolate gift from a selection of Valentine specials made of original Swiss chocolate. Choose from a wide range of fillings; chocolate praline, red cherry and cream, rum ganache, almond, orange liquor, Malibu liquor with marzipan and many other flavours. If you know your Valentine’s favourite flavours, then surprise them with just that – The Kingsbury will be glad to prepare a box of your favourite chocolates on request – or simply choose from the selection available at Thé Cake. Say ‘I love you’ or create your own words with chocolate letters from the Valentine’s selection at The Kingsbury. The chocolates are available in letters and hearts, making it the perfect gift for your Valentine. Pictures say a thousand words. To make things even more romantic, gift your loved one a special Valentine’s Day cake from The Kingsbury with an edible photo print on your cake or choose from the scrumptious ‘heart’ cakes available at Thé Cake. It’s a great way for you to give your whole ‘heart’ to that special someone and ignite your romance this Valentine’s day. For details and prior orders please call 077 108 77 20 or email restaurant.coordinator@thekingsburyhotel.com.

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