Chef Anthony Bradley hails from Belize who is an expert in Cajun/Creole, Caribbean and Southwestern style of cuisine now shows off in Sri Lanka. 4th to 16th Oct Sri Lanka will be filled with the aromas of the great bayou country. “I would fail my heritage not to mention that along with the great cooking that I am ready to offer for Sri Lanka, follows a hotel who loves to share what the world has to offer in the discipline of culinary magic. “Giving” is a way of life in Louisiana and indeed is "expected" in the world of food. If you love to eat, I would love to cook for you! Come to MLH and see what Louisiana has to give and what it really means!” states Chef Bradley.
His talent for food with the passion to match started to accelerate from great culinary institutions like the Culinary Institute of America, and he received his Bachelor’s Degree in Hospitality Management from Widener University. New Orleans Café, The New Orleans, Nippers Seafood and Bar, Darling’s Restaurant and Arroyo Grille are some of the places he has built his career at.
“Among the many things you can count on when you visit Louisiana at MLH, eating well will be at the top,” states Mr Anura Dewapura. “If you haven't been to Louisiana, spicy boiled crawfish from Lafayette, seafood gumbo from New Orleans, southern barbecue tastes from Monroe, good old-fashioned pecan pie from Alexandria, meat pie from Natchitoches, are some of the items in the dining menu that you will find at MLH. “It is more than a way to satisfy your hunger; it's a way to enjoy the bounty of Louisiana life. You may hear this saying as you travel around: In other places people eat to live, but in Louisiana we live to eat,” Anura Dewapura of MLH.