Culinary skills of some of the world’s best
master chefs will be seen at the World Spice Food Festival,
2009 across Colombo’s reputed hotels and restaurants flown in by
courtesy of Sri Lankan Airlines. Following the success of the Spice
Food Festival since 2005, the Sri Lanka Tourism Development
Authority and HSBC have come together to present this year’s World
Spice Food Festival incorporating a “Global Spice Food Village’ to
enhance the event that will showcase the culinary expertise from
around the world.
The Festival will be an ideal opportunity
for tourists who are in transit or holidaying here to enjoy a
variety of delectable cuisine ranging from Cuban American, Moroccan,
Arabian, Italian, Chinese Szechuan/Cantonese, Thai, Indonesian
Balinese, Malaysian, Singapore, Japanese, Indian, Lebanese,
Vietnamese and Sri Lankan specialties.
The above Food festival Scheduled to be
held from 6th - 14th November 2009, with the public event “Global
Spice Food Village” to be held from 6th -8th November 2009 at
the Galle Face Green.
Each designated hotels and restaurant will
conduct a food festival for one week with a guest chef taking you
through a speciality cuisine. A number of city hotels are
enthusiastically looking forward to ensure that the master chefs
will be on hand to showcase culinary delights from their part of the
Participating hotels and restaurants will
be Hilton Colombo, Galle Face Hotel, Galadari, Trans Asia,
Cinnamon Grand, Taj Samudra, Grand Oriental, Ceylon Continental,
Holiday Inn, Hilton Colombo Residencies, Mount Lavinia Hotel, Waters
Edge, Raja Bojun, Siam House, The Mango Tree, The Sizzle, Regina
Margharita and Nihon Bashi.
Spices and condiments that are used around
the world for therapeutic and taste enhancement of food will be on
display under one roof to enable visitors to enlighten themselves on
the intricacies in producing quality meals.