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Okonomiyaki at Ikoi Tei: Grilled as you like!


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Hilton Colombo’s Japanese restaurant Ikoi Tei located at the Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct is serving Okonomiyaki, a delicious and tempting Japanese savory pancake containing a variety of ingredients. 

The name is derived from the word okonomi, meaning “how you like” or “what you like”, and yaki meaning “grill”.  The promotion is on from the 15th to 24th August during lunch and dinner at Ikoi Tei.

The a la carte menu consists Mix Okonomiyaki (Pork, shrimp, squid), Big Prawn Okonomiyaki, Cheese & Corn Okonomiyaki, Pork Okonomiyaki, Chicken Okonomiyaki, Seafood Okonomiyaki and Vegetable Okonomiyaki. Prices range from Rs. 950 to Rs. 1,700.

For reservations please contact 2441275 or WhatsApp on 077 6691757. Log into www.hiltoncolombo1.com or FB/hiltoncolombo for details on what’s happening at the Hilton Colombo.


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