Throughout the month of September, the International Food Triathlon at The Kingsbury has been receiving an unprecedented response from both Sri Lankan and foreign visitors to Sri Lanka. The unique event conceptualised by The Kingsbury, provided the cosmopolitan Sri Lankans to experience flavours of gourmet Mexican, authentic Indonesian and now traditional Thai through specially curated menus. The Kingsbury had the privilege of renowned Chefs Gabriela Ruiz from Mexico, William Wongso from Indonesia and now The Kingsbury’s very own Sirilak Suksamran working under the guidance of Director Culinary Services and Executive Chef Kithsiri De Silva to leave their mark in Colombo and Sri Lanka.
The final leg of The Kingsbury International Food Triathlon features one of the most loved cuisines in the word, Thai cuisine. In Thailand, food takes centre stage in any social occasion and often becomes the occasion itself. Any meal had alone is considered bad luck! This is a region and culture that embraces their cuisine whole-heartedly with pride and joy. The shared palate for spicy food have made Thai food a hit among Sri Lankans and The Kingsbury plans consist of two parts; a Thai themed High Tea from 23 to 25 September at The Gourmet Station and a specially curated seafood a la carte menu at The Ocean from 26 to 2 October.
The themed High tea buffet at The Gourmet Station will be the first of its kind in Sri Lanka with exquisite Thai specialty items and a cultural dance troupe to entertain you every half an hour from 3:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. from 23 to 25 September.
Make sure you don’t miss out on this great opportunity to treat your loved ones and be sure to reserve your table by logging on to https://www.thekingsburyhotel.com/dining or call 077 108 7720.