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.
A beautiful beach front luxury resort past Galle.
The main restaurant at the luxe Jetwing Lighthouse Club in Galle, serving up special degustation menus and bespoke dishes.
A non profit organization that teaches music and stringed instruments to children in Galle.
Like the famous Jetwing Lighthouse - but fancier.
The Good Market's foray into the historic Galle Fort.
A charming little bubble tea spot in the Fort.
Words cannot describe this experience. Only tears.
A charming little hotel that feels like a home.
Sells rotti, with sliced bananas and Kandos chocolate in the middle. They also have Lassi.
The Galle Fort's charming new boutique property
Rustic chic in Galle's unspoiled outskirts.
One of the island's oldest and grandest colonial properties.
One of the Fort's quintessential spots for accommodation and breakfast.
The Dutch Gallery is an antique store cum jewelry store.
This is a somewhat eccentric cafe with great music, interesting decor, and somewhat mediocre food.
They have a variety of dishes including Sri Lankan, Western, Arab, and Chinese.
A lawyer's chambers turned Moroccan/Italian restaurant, they do their own take on moussaka, hummus and baba ghanoush.
An attic converted into a cafe, The Stairway is a new spot in the Fort run by a resident. Good rice and curry.
Poonie's Kitchen is a wonderful hidden oasis in the Galle Fort. They serve high quality desserts and deliciously prepared dishes at surprisingly good prices.
Thai Heritage is one of the many chic little restaurants on the foyers of the Old Dutch Hospital building in the Galle fort. The food though not striving for authenticity, is still alright, and somewhat on…
Mango House is a wonderful retreat in the Galle Fort. It's a villa-meets-boutique-hotel, cosy, restful and not so expensive.
ECSAT helps differently abled children in Galle.