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The main men in our lives, our dads deserve to be celebrated and given the royal treatment on the special day dedicated to all fathers around the world. Make it a super special day by treating dad to the variety of offers on hand on 17 June at Cinnamon’s city hotels.

Father’s Day at Cinnamon Grand

Cinnamon Grand’s Taprobane restaurant will serve a decadent brunch buffet with local and international favourites in terms of cuisine and dessert. A special kid’s corner with a custom menu and games, face painting and water ball rides will also be available for the little ones to enjoy the day as well. The brunch will include many items including a sea food ice fountain, sushi bar, 12 mains, Sri Lankan/Indian/Far East corners, carvery, over 30 desserts, and much more. The prices are Rs. 4,040/- nett per person, Rs. 4,691/- nett per person and Rs. 5,993/- nett per person for Brunch, Beer Brunch and Bubbly Brunch respectively, and the restaurant will take reservations at two sittings, at 11.30 a.m. and 1.30 p.m.

In addition, for those who prefer a specialised English brunch spread, the Cheers Pub will be serving yet another buffet that caters to the traditional British palate for just Rs. 2,931/- nett per person. The carvery buffet will have a range of soups, salads and roasts on offer, as well as a dessert corner that includes chocolate biscuit pudding and classic tiramisu, amongst a host of others. A kid’s corner with a specialised menu and fun activities will also be available for our junior guests.

For reservations at The Taprobane, please call 011 2497377/7378. For reservations at Cheers Pub, please call 011 2497373.

Father’s Day at Cinnamon Lakeside 

Premier five-star urban resort Cinnamon Lakeside will lay out two lavish spreads at the Dining Room for dad’s special day. The Brunch is priced at Rs. 3,450/- nett per person, while the Beer Brunch with unlimited beer is priced at Rs. 3,850/- nett person. Both buffets will feature international menus and will be available from 12.00 noon to 3.00 p.m.

For reservations at The Dining Room, please call 011 2491930.

Father’s Day at Cinnamon Red 

For families who prefer to dine in the evening, Cinnamon Red will offer a Father’s Day dinner at the Flavoured restaurant from 7.00 p.m. to 10.30 p.m. Priced at Rs. 2,800/- nett per person, the evening will include a welcome drink, international dinner buffet and carvery.

For reservations at Flavoured, please call 011 2145145. 

Father’s Day treats at Coffee Stop

Celebrating dad doesn’t stop with just lunch and dinner. From 15-17 June, the Coffee Stop at Cinnamon Grand has a special range of cakes, cupcakes and chocolates on offer to treat dad. Orders can be placed by calling 011 2497382/7303.

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