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Stadium Restaurant adds new facilities

Stadium Restaurant in Kesbewa Road, Boralesgamuwa
Stadium Restaurant in Kesbewa Road, Boralesgamuwa

The newly launched Stadium Restaurant in Kesbewa Road, Boralesgamuwa opened their swimming pool pinning a much needed facility to the area. Stadium Restaurant which offers dining mainly targeting families was opened six months ago and due to numerous requests from their clients and residents nearby, added a pool with a separate kiddies pool recently. This is opened adhering to health guide line and with limited use.

“With Boralesgamuwa area fast developing as a residential area with several new apartment and we are now planning to convert Stadium as an entertainment hub,” said the two joint Managing Directors, Hasitha Udara and Anushka Wanniarachchi. Currently the venue offers dining in two decks with the view of the newly built jogging track and mini lake for around 80 guest and another 30 in the outdoor area. In addition Stadium also provides catering and online delivers with DJ in attendance in weekends. “We don’t serve liquor but allows guests to bring their own spirits and they are entertained in a separate area ensuring the privacy of families.”

Commenting on their two year Rs. 180 million expansion plan they will first build two VIP rooms on the first floor and a roof top VIP area to cater to private functions. In addition we will also expand the swimming pool with a new and larger kid’s pool.” One of the much hyped development projects would be the ‘non sailing floating restaurant’ in the adjoining mini lake for 50 guests which will definitely raise the ‘entertainer’ profile of the entire area and would be a first. A ‘non sailing floating restaurant’ will also be a major tourist attraction in the future benefiting the entire area. “However we have been seeking approvals for this project for the past four years from government authorities without success.” Stadium also plans to open a natural juice bar to offer health drinks to those who use the jogging track.

The current kitchen would be converted to a live kitchen and we also hope to conduct ‘cookery classes’ and more traditional authentic Sri Lanka food menus would be introduced.When the COVID-19 pandemic settles we will introduce a membership drive mainly targeting families and new technology will be used to book their ‘table’ and order and pay online to avoid delays.

A BBQ station and a wine sellers for members is also proposed.

In a bid to attract sports lovers we will install more large TV screens creating the atmosphere of a watching a live match.

Stadium will be also taking ownership of more buildings from 2023 which will be used for entertainment including Karaoke bars Stadium making it the biggest entertainment and dining hub in the area.