Care for a cake?
By Natasha Fernandopulle

Whether it’s the usual gooey chocolate cake or a light ribbon or butter cake, a cake is indispensable to make that special moment a happy and memorable one.

The Coffee Stop at the Cinnamon Grand unveiled its extensive cake menu featuring 101 cakes and put all these creative and colourful confections on display at the Atrium Lobby at the Cinnamon Grand, on June 21. The cakes were in the categories of Kids Selection, Cartoons, Hobbies and Occasions.

In the kids’ selection, there were the ABC Book, Busy Bees, the Candy House, Roger Rabbit, Spider’s Web, and the cartoon cakes included Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Scooby Doo, Tweety’s Bird House and Yogi Bear among others. Cakes depicting hobbies included Books, Cricket, Football Craze, Formula 1 Car and Golf, while there were also those for special occasions such as birthdays, christenings and anniversaries, just to name a few. If you have a particular idea in mind you can bring the picture across and these talented pastry chefs will be more than willing to oblige.

Head Pastry Chef Niranjan said that he along with his team of 10 chefs took three to four days to complete the 101 cakes that were on display. “We looked up designs from everywhere and used them to create these cakes,” he said.

Tharika Goonathilake, Public Relations Manager, Cinnamon Grand said the exhibition of cakes was created “after six and half months of research.” She went on to explain that the hotel delivered on their promise of ‘How may we indulge you?’ by giving their customers the option of choosing from the variety of decorated cakes.

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