Seafood comes to the Sheraton at the new Seven Seas Restaurant

SHERATON KAMPALA OPENS NEW SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

(Posted 12th December 2013)

In time for the festive season has the Sheraton Kampala Hotel launched their latest restaurant venture, the Seven Seas, a dedicated sea food eatery offering the latest catches of crustaceans and ocean fish flown in daily from Mombasa and Dar es Salaam, from Mozambique and as far as Dubai, making certain of first class quality and a variety which gives diners a wide choice of dishes.

Open Monday to Saturday, for dinner only, from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. the new restaurant will sit up to 60 at a go in an atmosphere reminiscent of a yacht club – with only the sound of the waves missing to complete the image, though the sound of falling water from the fountain will give diners opting to sit outside perhaps the feeling they could be near a beach. The chef has in addition selected a range of wines to match the food experience, giving discerning locals and visitors from abroad the first real seafood restaurant experience in Kampala on a daily basis.

The hotel has also earlier in the week launched their programme for the festive season, which includes specials from the Sheraton’s pastry shop as well as all the yummy details for Christmas and the New Year celebration, where the fireworks from the Sheraton’s roof top have always been one of the night’s highlights for patrons as well as for crowds of revelers who watch the spectacle from across the city.

Meanwhile, as no substantive new Director of Sales and Marketing has been appointed as yet since James Rattos’ departure in November – James moved to Kenya after he was appointed General Manager of the Enashipai Resort & Spa in Naivasha – is Miss Joan Kasozi, the Sheraton Kampala Hotel’s Sales Manager, holding fort and is available for enquiries about accommodation, conferencing and the hotel’s social programmes.

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