The Java Lounge has spawned yet another coffeeshop at Colombo 01. They still serve the same items from their menu and nothing much has changed except for the great new location.
Tea, waffles, cakes and more. Tea Ave initially opened up at Barnes Place: and this is their second (and newest) branch.
An elegant dining space that serves up steaks, grills, and more.
The RePubLk has come through steadily since they opened a few years go. The quality of their food and drinks have managed to stay the same, but somehow they aren't as great as they used to be.
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HSBC Sri Lanka is one of the oldest banks in the country. Their head office is at Fort (Colombo 1) and you can contact them on their hotline 0114-472200 or at their website: https://www.hsbc.lk. We'll…
Ikoi Tei offers an authentic Japanese dining experience with an extensive food and drinks menu. Situated at the Dutch Hospital Shopping Precinct, this is a great spot for date night.
One of the lesser-known attractions of Colombo, the Maritime Museum has the potential to be interesting. For now, it is mostly dingy and poorly-lit.
Heladiv Tea Club is one of Dutch Hospital's many eateries. We've been there a few times and we've come to enjoy it as a quiet hang out for a quick bite or dessert. While slightly unconventional, it's…
Shamrock is a new Irish pub that’s opened up alongside Red Snapper. We’re not huge fans of their club area, but the lounge at the back makes for a cozy hangout spot, plus, they serve up…
Il Ponte at Hilton is one of the older Italian restaurants in Colombo. It may not be as popular as it was back in the day, but their Italian fare is pretty solid all-round.
Though reliable, the tiffin hut doesn't have the tastiest food in Fort.
Red Snapper is a seafood restaurant at the Dutch Hospital that does a range of crab and lobster preparations. It's a formal dining place that plays a lot of '90s saxophone music and serves OK food.
&Co is a new pub and restaurant tucked in the Steuart Hotel behind Dutch Hospital. They serve up good, hefty pub fare in a spacious setting.
Curry Leaf is the Hilton's Sri Lankan restaurant, and their spread of local cuisine and fresh seafood is top notch. If you can afford the taxes, this is a must try.
City Beds is a budget hotel in Colombo, cosy, traveler-friendly and in a very central location.
Navratna, the Taj's Indian restaurant, is one of the few great places in the city for an authentic Indian dining experience.
The Colombo Café is a new competitor in Colombo’s café square off. While the prices of sandwiches and shakes can put your wallet on the endangered list, their Sri Lankan Buffet deal is the…
The Ocean is the Kingsbury's seafood restaurant. The food is fresh off the ice onto the pan - it's good, and they also do a decent, affordable sashimi.
This simple clock tower has an emotional attachment for most Sri Lankans. It is also roughly kilometer zero, the distance of all major roads is calculated from the President's House next door.
The Light House Galley opposite Colombo Lighthouse is a courtyard-restaurant run by the Navy - it's a good place for lunch or dinner.
The Sambodhi Chaithya is a beautiful temple built on top of two impressive intersecting concrete arches.
The Kingsbury’s poolside restaurant, the Waterscape offers a pretty great view (for now) and al fresco dining. If you’re looking for a decent grill or a bit of fun fondue and have a bit of cash to…
If you're into history, this 1757 church is an important part of Colombo. It's heavy, lasting architecture that they don't make anymore and we think it's worth a visit.