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Treat Your Dad to a scrumptious Sunday Brunch at the Galle Face Hotel


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This Father’s Day, treat your dad to a scrumptious Sunday Brunch at the Galle Face Hotel. The iconic hotel is offering a Father’s Day special at The Verandah restaurant, where dad dines for free (in a group of 4).

The delicious Sunday brunch includes staples like rice and curry and family favourites such as roasted chicken, lamb, artisanal homemade sausages and a wide selection of seafood. Comfort food like pasta, Indian specialties like Naan and East Asian fare will also be available along with a salad bar, cheese station, and dessert stand for those who want to indulge their sweet tooth.

Additionally, the hotel’s Inn on The Green restaurant and pub is offering a full day Happy Hour promotion in celebration of Father’s Day. 

Sunday brunch is priced at Rs. 3000/= net per person. Kids under 12 years old are entitled to a 50 per cent discount. Kids under six years old can enjoy the festivities at no charge. For Rs. 5500/= net per person a free flow of beer is included. Contact - 0777-222135 to place a reservation or for more information.


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