The Embassy of Sri Lanka in Warsaw is pleased to inform that First -Ever Sri Lankan Food Festival will be held from 24th September – to 30th September 2017 in collaboration with the Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre (Meza Restaurant) and Hilton Colombo Hotel as well as in association with Qatar Airways.
Two experienced Sri Lankan chefs from the Colombo Hilton Hotel are scheduled to arrive in Warsaw specially to prepare authentic and traditional Sri Lankan cuisine for the festival, providing a chance for food lovers in Poland to taste traditional food from Sri Lanka.
This event will be held parallel to the 60th Anniversary of Sri Lanka and Poland diplomatic relations which falls this year 2017. A special evening at the Hilton Warsaw Hotel & Convention Centre will be held on 26th Sep., 2017 in presence special invitees especially, Hon. State Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka and Polish VIPs as well as representatives of Polish and Sri Lankan travel trade, Polish media, business community, diplomats.
First ever “Sri Lanka Food Festival”, hosted by the Embassy of Sri Lanka in Poland will be a unique and momentous occasion for strengthening the bilateral relations between Sri Lanka and Poland as well as to present Sri Lanka as a key tourist destination for Poles.
During the event a selection of sophisticated dishes will be served specialties such as Crispy Golden Egg Hoppers, Fish White Curry and Chicken Kaju Malu. During the Sri Lanka Food Festival visitors to the restaurant can expect fine dining in sophisticated, historic surroundings, at a venue. A line up of top Sri Lankan chefs will be serving up a selection of dishes, demonstrating the diversity of Sri Lankan cooking and modern fusion cuisine. Everyone can enjoy authentic Sri Lankan culture at a unique and lively festival event. Visitors can enjoy authentic Sri Lankan Ceylon tea.
Visitors and honored guests attending the Sri Lanka Food festival can expect to have the opportunity to enjoy the traditional Sri Lankan buffet and discover heritage, natural beauty and rich culture of Sri Lanka.
Served food and drinks will be accompanied by the cultural part of the event Sri Lankan music and live cultural dance performance, a presentation of the Sri Lankan tourism and tea industry, will be a unique occasion introducing a slice of Sri Lanka to the heart of Warsaw.