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SL’s Cinnamon Bey Beruwala adds Indian restaurant Tandoor to portfolio
Wednesday, 13 March, 2019, 08 : 00 AM [IST]
Colombo
Cinnamon Bey Beruwala, a part of the Cinnamon Hotels and Resorts chain, has recently added Tandoor by 800 Degrees to its restaurant portfolio. It will offer patrons an array of traditional Indian staple dishes and delicacies.

Infused with spices and flavours, each course and meal at the restaurant will be prepared using a mix of culinary techniques, the freshest ingredients and the use of rustic clay ovens that will bring the very essence of quintessential Indian cuisine to the southern coast of Sri Lanka.

Tandoor is the first ever authentic Indian restaurant to be launched at Cinnamon Bey Beruwala. Under the culinary expertise of Indian chef Khan, it will serve a host of tandoor dishes, such as Chicken Tikka Masala, and other Indian dishes, including curries, naan, roti, khichdi, chutneys and rasam.

Open between 7.30 pm and 10.30 pm, the restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating arrangements to accommodate intimate gatherings of 12 and 15 guests, respectively.

Cinnamon Bey Beruwala provides a wide range of Sri Lankan and international cuisines. With the launch of this classic Indian clay oven restaurant, the hotel is now home to seven unique dining experiences.

Commenting on the launch of Tandoor, Mike Jawad, the hotel’s general manager, stated, “We are pleased to further enhance Cinnamon Bey’s diverse dining offerings with the introduction of an exclusive Indian restaurant.”

“From start to finish, with each and every bite of every all meals served at Tandoor, we will strive to deliver an authentic and flavourful dining experience,” he added.

“I am honoured to have received the opportunity to oversee this particular restaurant, and I look forward to sharing the unique tastes, iconic dishes and signature staples that are the heart and soul of Indian cuisine, with travellers from across Sri Lanka and the world,” Jawad said.

“Cinnamon is known for curating world-class gastronomic experiences, and we hope that Tandoor will further reinforce the hotel’s position as an iconic culinary hotspot in the region,” he added.
 
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