Crack a crab at the Seafood Cove

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Mount Lavinia Hotel is the latest hub for sensational succulent seafood cuisine with an exclusive selection of fresh crabs with your favourite condiments and prepared to your liking.

General Manger Anura Dewapura quipped, “Since the Crack a Crab promotion has always been a magnificent hit every year it is that time of the year for us to get down to cracking.”

The Seafood Cove steaming with Steam Pots of ocean food with crabs and prawns, shellfish to whet your appetite made sizzling fresh by experts surrounded by the ambience of a subtle fishing zone, is an experience never to be missed.

The rustic environment, the backdrop of fishermen’s nets and lanterns amidst laid out planks for tables, the rush of the ocean and the cool sea breeze create a soft harmony in ocean magic.

Enjoy the fun, the frolic, the sandy beach for a relaxed evening with a calypso band to keep toes tapping, a great atmosphere to crack a crab of an all you can eat crab promotion which is only from the 11- 17 November.

Seafood Cove is stormy and steamy with scrumptious blue lagoon crab cakes; prawn cocktail and special mention must be made of the ‘Raging Crab’ a complete tempest to tease your taste buds. The Lavinia Dressed Crab, a signature dish, Chow Tom or Tom Chow and the Tandoori Prawn Melt are a relish. Prawn Tempura- the Japanese way, Crab and Cilantro, Sampler Combo a total indulgence.

Seafood has always been an all time favourite in the island home and the Chefs at Mount Lavinia Hotel with great expertise innovate and preserve the succulence to turn out special dishes and traditional surprises. Mount Lavinia Hotel, the only renowned dream hotel in Sri Lanka offers a table of events with special promotions, strictly keeping to themes and concepts to make a simple occasion, a day of significance.  “You sure will have your claws on a scrumptious feast to your heart’s content,” Dewapura commented adding “We like to give back to society what they crave and no doubt crabs crabs and crabs topped the list.”