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Pledge Holidays – Social Update – July 31, 2017 at 04:22PM

FIRST-CLASS FINE DINING AT THE LONDON GRILL AT CINNAMON GRAND IN COLOMBO

Sri Lanka’s premier foody website Yamu sums it up: a first-class fine dining experience. Perfect for when you want to pull out all the stops and celebrate. And suitably expensive.

This is the London Grill at the Cinnamon Grand hotel in Colombo, which Yamu’s foodie-about-town Kinita describes as “the gold standard for a good steak”.

“We’d highly recommend Cinnamon’s London Grill to anyone looking for a consistently classy dinner. Good food, great service, and the perfect setting for a special occasion, especially if you’re into old school classics like steak, good wine, and a piano man.

“Just be prepared to shell out a minimum of about Rs. 8000 for two without wine, or around Rs. 15,000 for two with wine.”

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Pledge Holidays – Social Update – July 31, 2017 at 02:35PM

SRI LANKA TO HOST TEA FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE 150 YEARS OF THE WORLD’S FAVOURITE BEVERAGE

Sri Lanka will host the first ever Ceylon Tea Festival from August 11–13 2017, bringing together a wide array of events and activities.

The three-day festival will provide a range of free and ticketed events, tea appreciation master-classes, tea banquets with world-class Michelin-starred chefs, pop-up tea galleries, food markets, tea tastings, tea and wellness, high teas, tea brunches and tea with music.

This will be Sri Lanka’s first luxury food, drink and leisure festival focused around our most prized premium export.

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Pledge Holidays – Social Update – July 31, 2017 at 01:46PM

VISITORS TO SRI LANKA REASSURED BY LATEST $2M ANTI-DENGUE INITIATIVE

Efforts to reassure tourists that Sri Lanka is doing everything to tackle the current dengue fever outbreak has been reinforced by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe.

He has asked the government to allocate US$2 million (Rs300 million) to the health ministry for the immediate purchase of sophisticated equipment to ensure effective treatment of dengue patients.

It follows a recommendation by a committee appointed by the Cabinet Committee on Economic Management (CCEM), and is the latest in a raft of other recommendations on tackling dengue.

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