Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The best of Switzerland comes to Sri Lanka!

Executive Chef Alexander Kroll of five star Widder Hotel, Zürich
and Executive sous Chef Tony Rudolph: at the Prato Borni, the five star Grand Hotel Zermatterhof, in Zermatt will be highlighting the weeklong celebration of Authentic Swiss delicacies held at the Governor's restaurant from 27th - 2nd August priced at 2500/= +++

Swiss cuisine bears witness to many regional influences, including Italian, French, and German cuisine, and also features many dishes specific to Switzerland. Traditional Swiss dishes tend to be plain and made from simple ingredients, such as potatoes and cheese. There are many ways to eat cheese, but for those who would like to taste Swiss specialties, fondue and raclette are a must.

With a global vision of “envision a world in which all people can access and enjoy food that is good for them, good for those who grow it and good for the planet” slow food is a novel concept to us Sri Lankans, and MLH, the pioneers of this convivum, is ready to welcome you to this unique dining experience. 28th July will surface the Swiss connection at 31st Slow food night held at the Horizon roof top priced at 2750/= +++

With the Governors Jazz Sunday Brunch at MLH getting jazzier on Sunday, 29th July will further highlight Swiss cuisine with an Authentic Swiss Brunch held at the Governor's restaurant priced at 2750/= +++
Mr Anura Dewapura, General Manager MLH states “Swiss food is based on heritage and when blended with the iconic heritage of Mount Lavinia Hotel is the perfect combination to celebrate the epitome of Swissness this month” and further emphasized “we have been organizing this promotion for the past 3 years and it just keeps getting better each time like a fine wine”

So come whet your palette with a combination of flavors and innovative recipes with Swiss inspired delicacies highlighted with rich, hearty and oven baked treats will be the icing on the cake this July!

Please call 2711430 for reservations & more information!

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