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Thematic brunch at Flow, Hilton Residences


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Hilton Colombo Residences has announced the launch of four thematic weekly brunch packages at Flow starting from the month of July, designed for dining with family and friends. 

Week 1: Family Funday Brunch, can enjoy their dining experience at Flow on a Sunday with an educational twist. For this price, kids and can enjoy games, activities, and a designated children’s buffet.

Week 2: Ladies’ Bubbly Brunch, a curated brunch experience including unlimited Sparkling and raffle draws. 

Week 3: Take a Dip, Make a Splash, special kids’ games and activities on the poolside with a sumptuous spread on the poolside.

Week 4: Sri Lankan Zesti Brunch includes special emphasis on local flavours produced by Flow’s Zesti oven. This is accompanied by a free flow of beverages throughout the afternoon.

Speaking of the thematic brunch buffet at Flow, Hilton Colombo Residences Food & Beverage Manager Priyal Wijesuriya said that this promotion would help to connect with family and friends. 

“Each week will focus on a fusion of flavours for brunch that will cater to family and friends. You can spend quality time with children with special activities and games, or if you prefer outdoor fun, guests can enjoy time at the outdoor pool,” said Wijesuriya.


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