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Feast on Crab and Prawn at MLH

Dine al fresco under a canopy of stars with your feet in the sand to the melody of the Indian Ocean at the Seafood Cove of the Mount Lavinia Hotel. The Crab and Prawn promotion at MLH is engineered to tantalize the taste buds of sea food fans from June 20 to 29.

Dine gazing at the ocean with a languid breeze to accompany Colombo's most popular seafood dishes Chili crab, devilled prawn, raging crab or something exotic like Tandoori prawn melt, prawn tempura or sizzling crab. If you prefer a simple crab kottu or even a vegetable kottu, you will not be disappointed.
'The chefs of the hotel will impress you with their remarkable skills, on display in the open kitchen as they whip up acclaimed favourites' said Osadhi de Silva , the Public Relations Manager of the Hotel

And that's not all seafood is nutritious, rich in important vitamins and minerals such as iron, zinc B and D vitamins. It is also an excellent source of high quality protein. It's well-known that fish and shellfish contain omega-3 fatty acids, whose biochemical properties seem to work wonders throughout the body. The Japanese are the world's greatest consumers of prawns. They also have the highest life expectancy and it is possible the two things could be connected.

'Sea food and life expectancy' is what all about 'Crab and Prawn promotion' at the MLH. (Sanath)

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