Spicy silver celebrations for Pullman Dubai

A royal Sri Lankan spread featured in Chronicles of Ceylon, Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre

Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre Hotel is celebrating 25 years of hospitality this year with a series of events and activities.

Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre has been a hospitality landmark in the area, welcoming guests from all over the world, since opening its doors in 1998. Standing over the Dubai Creek and conveniently attached to City Centre Deira shopping mall, the 313-key property has solidified itself as a reliable, welcoming and premium hospitality destination in the Dubai Creek area.

Throughout 2023, the property has unveiled a range of specially curated offers, competitions on social media and events, in addition to the exclusive gifts, packages and offers available for all guests.

“For many years, Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre Hotel has been hosting various high-profile Sri Lankan events, including weddings and social gatherings, and has welcomed numerous Sri Lankan dignitaries,” Nishan Silva, Regional General Manager at Accor, tells TTN.

“The hotel’s Executive Chef, Rozio Methias, and Executive Pastry Chef, Dammika Herath, both hailing from Sri Lanka, represent different regions of the island country. Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre Hotel has earned a reputation not only for presenting sophisticated international cuisines but also for offering high-quality, flavourful, and authentic Sri Lankan food to its patrons.

“Through the Chronicles of Ceylon, both chefs are bringing flavours from their heritage and recipes passed down over generations, with each dish telling a story woven with tradition.

“One of the primary motives for hosting this food festival was to entice and introduce our guests to the beautiful cuisine of Sri Lanka. The aim is not only to cater to the Sri Lankan residents of the UAE but also to those who are interested in exploring and learning more about the country’s food, culture, and culinary heritage.”

The Chronicles of Ceylon highlighted Sri Lankan-inspired dishes from November 24 to 26, presenting five dishes from each of the island’s five distinct regions: North, South, Central, Cosmopolitan, and Rural. It offered an array of 25 salads and snacks, 25 main courses, and 25 desserts, collectively celebrating the richness and diversity of Sri Lankan cuisine.