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Urban Kitchen launches new menu

Food addict alert. Urban kitchen (UK) at Arpico Super Center, Hyde Park has launched a brand new menu with a variety of scrumptious new dishes, created by the ‘Urban Kitchen Brigade’. The chef cum part owner Jerome La’ Brooy together with his team in the kitchen pour their heart and soul into their dishes which are both tantalizing to your eyes and taste buds alike.

Among over 150 dishes, there is also a special section in the menu dedicated to help vegetarians choose from over 35 vegetarian dishes as well. What is surprising about UK’s ambience that sets it apart from the other eating establishments in the city is the unusual comfortable casual environment where even kids can have fun, where you can come in your most comfortable clothes and still be able to have a choice of food that would be served at fine dining restaurants.

During lunch time, UK transforms into a more relaxed and café-esque setting and being so centrally located at Arpico Super Center. Urban Kitchen has a menu for all budget ranges, whether you want to have a feast and splurge on something out of this world, or grab a quick bite during your lunch hour, Urban Kitchen is quickly becoming known as the place to satisfy your varying tastes.

With so much diversity under one roof, you won’t have a problem finding something you are bound to enjoy, especially if you happen to dine with a group of people who have different tastes.

Where else in Colombo can you find a New Jersey styled Hotdog, (interestingly called an ‘Chilli Cheese Ripper’), a ‘Merguez Burger’ (which is a North African red spicy lamb burger), ‘Otak Otak’ (fish and meat and spices cooked in banana leaf), or ‘Roti Murtabak’ (Malaysian styled roti, stuffed with Keema and egg) under one roof?

If that is not enough try the Argentinian Beef salad, or the Italian ‘Open Caponata sandwich’, the ‘Wasabi prawns’, or the ‘Blackened Swoardfish’ (originally created in New Orleans at a restaurant called K - Paul). If youfeel like poultry the wildly popular ‘Roast Duck’ is fabulous, and for Middle Eastern lovers a nice platter of ‘Hummus’ (Chick Pea) and ‘Baba Gannush’ (Eggplant) with Turkish styled bread is a treat. With so much variety Urban Kitchen is sure to have something for everyone at unbelievably affordable prices!

With its novel concept of preparing food that is nutritious as well as delightfully simple, yet exciting, Urban Kitchen has set itself as the market leader in fresh ideas and contemporary food. With its signature dishes and its range of international cuisine, chef Jerome La’ Brooy with his impeccable experience as a chef in Melbourne, has now come to Sri Lanka to give the rest of the eateries in Colombo a mouthwatering deal for their money.

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