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Fried rice, noodles, HBC, kung pao chicken, Chinese food is like a way of life in Sri Lanka. Joining this throng, there's SHIWU Chinese Restaurant - a welcome addition to the Chinese food scene in Colombo.
Located at the 8th floor of the Marino Mall Tower, it's a fine-dining restaurant that claims to offer picturesque views of the Colombo coastal line along with the delicious Chinese fare with a Sri Lankan touch.
Here's a peek at some of their well-known dishes.
This 'Steamed Grouper with Lime Chilli', is a popular item in their signature range. It's a sizable Grouper fish steamed in Garupa Fish Sauce. A glass of KWV Demi Sec Sparkling Wine on the side of this is highly recommended.
This Chili and Garlic Crab is another highlight in their menu. They suggest pairing it with their signature cocktails - Marino Chill, and Thai Red Pepper to further enhance its flavours.
Luxuriously spacious, the view through SHIWU's glass walls promises to create breathtaking views of the city, especially at night.
Need more information and or to make a reservation, do feel free to contact them on the below-mentioned channels;
Hotline - 0769 900 900 / Marino Beach Hotel 0112 375 375 /Marino Mall - 0112 595 595
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ShiwuChinese/?modal=admin_todo_tour (only for tagging and to check-in)
Address - SHIWU Chinese Restaurant, 8th Floor, Marino Mall, Galle Road. Colombo 3.
Business hours - 12:00 pm till 10:30 pm (last food order). Customers can wine and dine till 12 Midnight (drinks can be ordered until 12 am).
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