|Supper Club experience at
the Supper Club experience as the Cinnamon Grand
recreates all your favourite 70s and 80s songs at
the elegant champagne bar, Sequel on Friday,
November 20. Unforgettable tunes by prominent
artistes that performed during the Supper Club era
headline this event with free entrance and happy
hour from 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Come enjoy the
music, traditions and experience of the Supper Club
Enjoy the elegant atmosphere of Sequel as it
brings back the glorious old days. An event brimming
with nostalgia and class promises to be the
highlight of your night, evoking fond memories of
artistes from another time. These artistes performed
in the hey-day of the Supper Club era and are sure
to be firm favourites of any Supper Club fan!
The Supper Club event features the vocal talents
of Sohan and the X-periments with guest performances
from Priya Gunathilake, Anne Nathan, Jayantha from
Pearls, Christopher Prins and Antoinette de Alwis.
Call 2497382 for reservations.
|Raja Bojun celebrates 10th
is undisputed that Sri Lanka boasts of a unique
culinary tradition. As it represents not only our
culture, but also our identity as Sri Lankans, it is
up to us to hold utmost standards when it comes to
the presentation of our food.
This is especially significant given the fact
that there is a high demand for traditional Sri
Lankan food from foreigners residing in Sri Lanka.
Some of their favourite dishes are polos ambula,
malu embulthiyal, kos eta maluwa. And, Raja Bojun,
one of the flagship restaurants in Colombo, catering
to the palates that favour Sri Lankan cuisine,
celebrated recently its 10th successful year.
Anniversary celebrations were inaugurated with
the lighting the oil lamp by Eastman Narangoda –
Chairman Seylan Bank, R. Nadarajah – Executive
Director Seylan Bank and Ajitha Pasqual – GM/CEO
Raja Bojun has provided peerless service to its
customers throughout the past decade.
Efficient service, delicious food and the value
addition to the Sri Lankan food culture are few key
factors that attract customers to Raja Bojun.
|Potpourri and natural paper
|Sri Lanka is a land blessed with herbs and
spices which are used abundantly in our daily
cuisine. However, Zden has added another twist to
these common culinary delights and now offer them to
you as a decorative alternative! Sri Lankan Herbs,
Spices and Grains in an unusual form, in winnows and
decorated mirrors to adorn your walls as well as a
special gift to those leaving this paradise isle.
Not forgetting the special aromas that come in the
form of potpourri in little glass containers that
will transform your days and nights as in ‘Silent
Lake’ ‘Ocean Dream’ ‘Silky Night’ and so much more.
Our little scented sachets are ideal to hang in your
closet and place in your handbag.
Complementing this is our range of recycled and
natural paper products – from miniscule books to
gorgeous notebooks, boxes, frames, telephone pads
and cards decorated with beautiful flowers and
leaves. Come and enjoy a part of nature, you have
never experienced before.
|Spiced tea and ice creams at
|Try something unique; try something new at the
Galadari Hotel! Spiced tea and spiced ice cream
promotion will be held at the lobby of the Galadari
Hotel from November 9-14, 2009 from 10:00 a.m. to
10:00 p.m. to coincide with the Spice Food Festival
organised by the Sri Lanka Tourist Board.
Spiced Tea Menu
Low grown tea with cinnamon
Mid grown tea with cardamom pods
Root and Flower Harmony
Ginger and honey flavoured tea
Galadari Special Spiced Tea
Spices simmered in fresh milk
The Misty Mountain
Iced mint and strawberry tea
Root and Citrus Dream
Iced Lemon & Ginger Tea
Accompanied with spiced tea flavoured
date cake – Rs. 175/= NETT
Spiced ice cream menu
One scoop each of pineapple ice cream & soursup ice
cream topped with candied pineapple & lemon grass
One scoop each of ginger and bee’s honey ice cream
and wood apple ice cream, served with cherries and
sweet cumin sauce.
Date ice cream, served with cardamom flavoured
espresso, topped with cashew nuts and trickle sauce.