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Let’s start the New Year right at The Kingsbury


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Sri Lankans are known for their love for celebrations. And one of the biggest celebrations is the dawning of the New Year. And nothing makes it more perfect than good food, good friends and great music.

The Kingsbury has always been one of Colombo’s best locations to greet the New Year and this year is no different! So whether you plan on just enjoying the last, yet best meal for the old year or dancing the night away until the dawn of the New Year, we have something for everyone.

Overlooking the fabulous Indian Ocean, our Harbour Court is our international cuisine buffet where we lay the table for you with ‘the grandest’ possible spread ever. You can count on seven types of grilled meats, marinated, spiced, crushed, rubbed and cooked to perfection. All the dishes come with delicious accompaniments and sauces not forgetting the plethora of international cuisine and starters, soups, salads, breads, pastas, and desserts. 

The grandeur continues at Yue Chuan, our exclusive Chinese restaurant, where you can indulge in a best of authentic Szechuan and Cantonese along with Sri Lankan/Chinese fusion buffet spread. An amazing collection including Szechuan style lobster, King Prawns in XO Sauce and much more await you for unforgettable oriental style treat. 

For guests who want to savour some of the best seafood, come on over to The Ocean where you will find Colombo’s largest selection of seafood from all of the world’s oceans. Your choice will include Atlantic King Crab, Dutch Mussels, Canadian Lobster, Cray Fish, Japanese Hamachi Fillet or Yellow Tail, Cod, Sole, Norwegian Smoked Creole Salmon and Haddock, to name just a few. The expert chefs at The Ocean will guide you to create the perfect all you can eat New Year’s Eve feast your way!

‘The epicentre of Colombo night life’ will have the most exclusive headline event Colombo has to offer. The New Year’s Eve Celebration in the Sky with DJ Wendell, all things will be unlimited and all things premium; the most premium brands of single malts, cognacs, vodkas, champagne and cocktails will be available. Featuring one of the best entertainers in the Colombo party scene, DJ Wendell, who will work his magic to give you the sound track for your unforgettable celebration in the sky. 

The best chefs in town will keep the party going to complement the free flow of premium beverages and amazing entertainment with a mouth-watering array of food like sushi, oysters, lobster, hot butter cuttlefish, kebabs and plenty more. As the countdown for 2016 concludes, there is no better place in town to watch the fireworks light up the sky!

Featuring the legendary Annesley and The Super Chimes and the sensational young talent ‘Doctor’ the ultimate retro dinner-dance party in town will be Retro Fusion 2015. The Balmoral Ballroom will be transformed to a setting where the infectious melodies of Sinhala and English yesteryear classics will send party goers to a frenzy of non-stop fun. You can waltz, jive, rock, do the baila and simply dance away the old year and then dance some more! It is the quintessential dinner-dance for anyone with baila in their DNA!

The Kingsbury culinary team will come together to present you with a gala dinner buffet that will be nothing short of incredible. And will not let you go home without a delicious Sri Lankan breakfast to usher in the New Year.

Haven’t we said enough? Call now for reservations on 077 108 77 20. Ticket sales 0766 900 642.There is no better place to enjoy this season.

There is something for everyone!


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