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Bavarian Garden opens at Waters Edge

Waters Edge is opening an all-new restaurant named Bavarian Garden specialising in Bavarian cuisine today. The new outlet set in a semi-outdoor atmosphere will be an ideal location to enjoy recipes that have been handed down through the generations in Bavaria, Southeastern Germany.

Commenting on the opening of the new venue General Manager of Waters Edge and culinary expert Rohan Fernandopulle said, "Waters Edge has always been known for doing things out of the ordinary and the introduction of a German themed outlet will be another first for us. The recipes on the menu have been carefully selected by our team of chefs to ensure that patrons get the true taste, presentation and experience of Bavarian cuisine coupled with a range of chilled beverages.

The ingredients that will be used in the preparations are also specially being brought down from Europe to ensure authenticity. We look forward to serving up great Bratwurst and Strudel to everyone."The Bavarian Garden will be the latest addition to the array of restaurants at Waters Edge that serve up culinary delights from around the world adding to its reputation as the "Culinary Hub of Colombo." The outlet will be launched under the direction of the Chairman of Waters Edge Chamath de Silva and the endorsement of Champika Ranawaka - Minister of Megapolis and Western Development.

The carefully thought out menu at the Bavarian Garden will include appetisers such as Obatzda or the traditional Bavarian cheese dip to go along with sausage, potato or cabbage salad, and cold smoked Cabanossi sausages, all served with a choice of pretzels. Main courses include chicken Schnitzel with potato salad, grilled Cumberland sausage with sauerkraut and mashed potato, Weisswurst sausage with sweet mustard, radish and sauerkraut, Frankfurters with potato and cabbage salad, and traditional fish and chips. To finish off the meal chefs have added piping hot homemade apple strudel topped with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream.

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