Starbeans Ocean Restaurant & Cafe is yet another good restaurant in Galle, offering a bunch of good food, alongside the beautiful views of the down south coastline.
Tequila Mockingbird is a fine restaurant perched on the second floor of the Dutch Hospital Precinct.
Probably the best place to get pasta inside Galle Fort.
Ceylon Pizza is a little eatery in Ambalangoda, serving up some wood-fired, thin crust pizza for a very reasonable price.
Hoppa is a cute little place inside Galle Fort that does hoppers all day, every day, in many interesting ways.
The Bombay Brasserie Restaurant is a brand new cafe down Leyn Baan cross street in Galle. They've got some amazing food and their biriyani makes the place worth visiting.
Pedlar's Hostel in Galle is a great place to pick if you'd like to spend a weekend at the Fort. It's situated within close proximity to much of Galle's hotspots. Our experience here was fairly smooth.…
There are a ton of dumpling spots sprouting all over the island, but who'd have thought one of the best ones would be all the way in Galle?
With its colonial elegance, comfortable accommodation, well trained staff, and the excellent food, The Bungalow - Galle Fort is a place that unites every bit of happiness that you're looking for in Galle.…
bed and breakfast with cabanas on a relatively isolated patch of beach
A great place for eats and hangs at Una
The location does wonders for what is otherwise a mediocre bar
A no-brainer if you're looking for good food and relaxation away from the hubub of the busier areas of the Fort.
A pricer dining spot with the Colonial expat experience thrown in as a bonus, the food isn't exactly fantastic.
A little mom and pop juice bar in the Galle Fort that serves killer sandwiches, wraps and pancakes. MAN, the pancakes are the best!
The Kitchen serves tasty European fusion food in a refreshingly breezy outdoor setting at the Galle Fort.
Isle of Gelato serves some serious killer gelato. You should try.
The Pedlar's Pizzeria dishes out a few mediocre pizzas at costly rates.
Good place to go with family. But not a great place to booze
A quirky boutique hotel on the rocky Talpe shore.
Apparently built among the ruins of a Dutch fortalice, the Closenberg Hotel is an exquisite Colonial structure dating back to the 1800s.
Sri Lanka's only health food chain now has a branch within the artsy Galle Fort.
Kurundu serves food and drink but their selling point is the chilled-out vibe they have.
A lovely little coffee shop which serves some great homemade bread, and refreshing drinks.