Eat for a cause at Le Pont – 8th Aug 2015

Come Saturday 8th August 2015, treat yourself to a sumptuous Buffet Continental Breakfast at Le Pont Cafe and Patisserie.
 
Adding to the many flavours and ambience is the fact that you will be eating out for a cause. 
 
PNLIT is coming together with our Puttenahalli Lake neighbourhood Le Pont Cafe and Patisserie to organise the first of its kind Fundraising Breakfast.
 
Team PNLIT invites each of one of you with family, including children, to come and enjoy your Saturday with us.
 
Date: 8th August 2015 (Saturday)
Time: 8 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Venue: Le Pont, 24th Main, JP Nagar 7th Phase (Opposite Brigade Palm Springs)
 
Cost: INR 500 for adults, INR 250 for children below 12 years
 
To buy your breakfast tickets contact:
O.P.Ramaswamy @ 9845079076 / Nupur Jain @ 9886629769
 
More details in the poster. 
 
Enjoy your meal and Help your Lake!!
 
The event is planned to repeat every Saturday through August 2015 

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