Celebrating Vesak also means making special efforts to bring happiness. If so, now is the time to aim for holistic nutrition in your life through the Mount Lavinia Hotel’s “Organic and Green Initiatives”. The Organic Veggie Poya Buffet is one such initiative that is set for the 5th May and for all Full Moon Poya days. Just simplify your eating habits. If you can afford organic products, go for it for the best nutrition health benefits, take charge of your eating habits and switch to pure, simple, yet life-giving foods and aim for body, mind healing through holistic nutrition and organic veggies at MLH and you'll definitely shape up your life.
Did you know that eating healthy boosts vitality, energy, and provides clear skin and less sick days? “Healthy nutrients also give us the best chance for good health in an increasingly polluted world. Aim for a healthy outlook and enjoy it at a farm to table dining experience by us, and we guarantee organic vegetables at all times, ”states Mr Anura Dewapura, General Manager Mount Lavinia Hotel.
The Governor’s Restaurant for Vesak Poya and thereafter for all poyas will transform the lunch buffet menu to an organic experience. Connoisseurs have known about the delicious tastes of MLH. As a pioneer and trend-setter, “we developed the first vegetarian spread for Poya days and now will introduce an organically friendly spread. Tried-and-tested recipes, selected ingredients and guaranteed high quality organic products from Saaraketha is down on the cards for lunch on Vesak Poya Day at MLH.” Saaraketha will support the promotion as it is a catalyst that empowers rural small holder farmers to embrace sustainable methods of production. Our faith in sustainable growth; that man and nature can co-exist in harmony, fuels our passion to empower the local farming communities by transferring knowledge, entrepreneurship and facilitating access to technology to bring about dignity to the vocation of farming.
Truly veggie-friendly with a multiple and exceptional vegetarian offerings is only offered at lunch time for approximately LKR2200.