Aitken Spence Hotels reaffirmed as Sri Lanka’s Best Culinary Team

22 Feb

Culinary Art 2010, an event organised by the Chef’s Guild of Sri Lanka awards top achievers in the field of culinary arts; namely, restaurateurs, star category hotel chefs, airline caterers and hotel schools including competitors from  Maldivian hotels. Offering visitors with stunning feasts for the eye, the event is Sri Lanka’s biggest annual food and hotel show held at the BMICH from February 5th – 8th 2010.

Aitken Spence Hotels, once again maintained its reputation for the best culinary tradition in the country. Sri Lanka’s leading resort operator walked away with a total of 136 medals which included 43 Gold’s, 44 Silver’s and 49 Bronze’s. Its flagship hotels, Heritance Ahungalla and Heritance Kandalama were placed first and second respectively in the Gold Medal tally.

Some of the key performers who won special awards for their achievements in individual competition were: Sulari Thabrew, Chathuri Jayasundara, H E Indika Danushka, Pradeep Fonseka and W Dinesh Chaminda of Heritance Ahungalla; S Mahendra Samataunga and Chamara Dilhan De Silva of Heritance Kandalama.

Media Release – 22 February 2010

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