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Dine at Rock Salt, Sri Lanka’s first DIY hot lava rock restaurant

NITN | @notintownlive | 15 Jun 2019

Dine at Rock Salt, Sri Lanka’s first DIY hot lava rock restaurant

Beruwala, Jun 15 (NITN): Rock Salt, the signature restaurant of Cinnamon Bey Beruwala is Sri Lanka’s first eatery to offer hot lava rock cuisine wherein the meal is a toast to the coast: prawns, squids, and fresh fish.

With an open show kitchen, guests have the freedom to don the chef’s hat and prepare their own meals with the best of ingredients and fresh produce of the island.

With a trained chef for assistance, diners are presented with a variety of marinades, spices, oils and other ingredients including meat, seafood and greens to try out different combinations and sizzle-them to perfection with their very own red-hot lava stone. A shabu-shabu style pot is also provided for an altogether different DIY cooking experience.

Rock Salt is an ideal fine dining space with pristine sea views where self-cooking can be done on one’s table or guests can opt for any of the delicacies from the menu. Indulge in a fusion of flavours from around the world presented in a unique fashion, with food seared on hot stones at the table or poached in the shabu-shabu pot.

The Turkish-themed Cinnamon Bey Beruwala is one of the largest resorts along the southern coastline of Sri Lanka with the most eclectic dining options. It is the first ever resort hotel in the country to include eight food and beverage outlets which cater to a variety of Asian and International palates making it a one stop place for a global culinary carnival.

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