Great ambience to top the Sri Lankan Lions roar: 18th Slow Food Night at MLH with Slow Food Italiano and Chef Rizzoli

Food is one of the cornerstones of Italian culture and even if times are changing and life is more and more hectic; Italians still find great pleasure in sitting at a table, and sharing a good meal together. Italians love discovering new foods and new ways of preparing familiar dishes. Every year there’s more and more interest in the traditional cuisine of the various regions and in biological, environment friendly foods. The 18th Slow Food Night at MLH was the best of all nights as the Sri Lankan Lions roared with victory Chef Rizzoli served a menu that was indeed exquisite. This Food and Wine evening was everything you needed to dine Italian style: modern and traditional recipes, regional dishes and beverages to complement the Italian food.

Next up in the calendar of Slow Food nights at MLH is Chef Fleur from Netherlands serving up a Dutch Slow Food on 30th April to mark the Dutch Queen mother’s birthday Known as Queen’s Day or Koninginnedag.

COACH BUFFALO MOZZARELLA WITH ANCHOVIES, SMALL PARMESAN AND ASPARAGUS OMELETTES GM with the star of the evening Chef Riccardo

Guests of the hotel attending Slow Food Guests ready to consume the starter

HOMEMADE TIRAMISU and SICILIAN CANNOLI Mahika stating the wonders of Slow Food

Mr Jayantha Sirisena flanked by Heidi and her guest Mrs Blanka Dewapura and Dr Gianluca of the Italian Embassy

President of the Swiss Circle Mrs Arlette Palmer with Mahika The Eu Ambassador and the High Commission of Italy having a tete a tete flanked by Rev Fernando

The guests enjoying the food with Chef Asanka assisting with the service The media enjoying Slow Food

The Media who are all so supportive of Slow Food having a chat with Mrs Dewapura

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