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Start your evening right at Bommu, OZO Kandy


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01If you live in Kandy or if you are just visiting, there really is no better place to unwind and relax than Bommu at OZO Kandy whilst indulging in breath-taking views of the historic city. Bommu has a wide selection of local and international cuisines that will definitely titillate your taste buds and awaken your senses.

The bar sits on the fifth floor of the hotel and overlooks the magnificent Kandy Lake. You can either sit in the covered terrace area or the open-air terrace by the pool, which is undeniably charming. 

The pick of the menu recommended by most travellers is the ‘Fire Cracker Prawn’, which is a fried prawn tempura dish tossed in a chilli mayo sauce and served with scrumptious cherry tomatoes and a coriander salad. You can also try the fried rice or egg noodles, which are made to order with a choice of vegetarian, chicken, shrimp or beef, accompanied by fresh vegetables and a perfect blend of spices.

OZO Kandy has a calming and charming modern location in the hills with a panoramic view of the lake, the city and the hill country. Bommu is truly a pleasant place for sitting and chilling out in the company of good friends whilst soaking in the sight and sounds of the magnificent and historic city of Kandy. The bar has a signature blend of cocktails and mocktails to please your palate. 

Bommu has two daily happy hours from 6 to 7 pm and 10 to 11:30 p.m. During both happy hours, you can enjoy 30% off on selected beverages. For more information, please contact OZO Kandy at 081 20 30 700 or visit OZO Kandy’s Facebook page. 

 

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