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Valentine’s celebration at Harpo’s Cafes & Restaurants


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It’s a day for romance, celebrating the spirit of love with our loved ones and The Bayleaf, Park Street Mews, Curve – Tapas Bar & Restaurant, Colombo Fort cafe, Commons Coffee House and Harpo’s Pizza offers an exceptional range of special menus, deals for two, and live entertainment, giving you all the options to celebrate Valentine day in style. The Bayleaf restaurant set in a 100-year-old colonial mansion, with an authentic Italian menu, offers the perfect ambiance to enjoy a special Valentine’s menu of smoked chicken, asparagus wrapped with chicken ham, with chilled fresh strawberry, Pasta di Valentino – homemade heart shaped beetroot pasta with pumpkin and ricotta and heart shaped egg pasta stuffed with baby lobster and delicious desserts with strawberry meringue with cream and fresh strawberry or warm chocolate rum cake with raspberry and passion flavoured ice cream. Park Street Mews Restaurant, set in an old warehouse complex presents a menu with horseradish flavoured crab and avocado timbale, grilled barramundi fish with champagne, crab cream sauce, prime steak wrapped with smoked black forest ham along with red velvet layer cake with lemon cheese frosting or raspberry meringue tower with vanilla ice cream for dessert. Complimentary glass of sparkling wine for dinner for 2. Curve – Tapas Bar, a trendy restaurant bar and a city hot spot featuring tapas and live entertainment has a special Valentine’s tapas deal for two, with three authentic tapas dishes and two glasses of sparkling wine .Live entertainment for the evening with CJ with Mintaka from 9 p.m. onwards and an extensive range of cocktails and a special offer on wine also on offer to enjoy this special day. The Commons coffee house , your cosy hangout, has its menu with a choice of exciting specials that you love with cupid’s milk shake for two, love bites hot dog for two, hot date (grilled red mullet and fried calamari rings) and more. Special offer of two delicious lattes for the price of one and be the 14th couple at the restaurant and win a gift. Colombo Fort Cafe, situated in a heritage sight at the Dutch Hospital Complex, has Cupid’s dinner for two with a delicious three course menu with a glass of complimentary sparkling wine to celebrate Valentine’s Eve. Enjoy a heart shaped Valentine’s pizza with your loved one with Harpo’s Pizza. Home grown, thin crust, wood fired Pizza features Valentine’s Pizza with tomato, mozzarella, smoked chicken, mushrooms, bell pepper, cranberry and strawberry. Share the love this Valentine’s. Available for dine in, take away or delivery. Celebrate Valentine’s Day at Harpo’s Cafes & Restaurants. www.harposonline.com.

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