Casadi is a beachfront outdoor restaurant located alongside Buba, serving excellent, affordable food - but sadly no booze
Casserole Restaurant is arguably the most popular family restaurant at Mount Lavinia, that dishes out some good Western and Chinese infused dishes for a decent fare.
Serving a wide range of cuisines, El Janah is a popular spot at Mount Lavinia. Their food isn't super authentic, but quite worth the affordable price tag.
The Mount Head Shop is a tiny place past Templars Road with a good selection of rolling papers, pipes, bongs and other smoking accessories.
A popular spot in Mount Lavinia that has biriyani served from a clay pot.
Delicious salads daily for the most affordable prices.
Buba Restaurant and Beach Club is one of Colombo's older beach hangouts. They've got pretty secluded part of Mt.Lavinia beach to themselves, seafood is decent plus its mostly BYOB ;).
La Rambla is a pleasant little restaurant tucked away down Hotel Road in Mount Lavinia. If you're looking for a quiet, private meal with good food and quick service, this is one we'd recommend. They…
A food truck serving quality kottus using locally sourced ingredients and Lankan inspired flavours.
Plant your feet in the sand and watch the waves roll in as the traffic of Mt Lavinia Beach frolic by. Apart from this initial attraction the rest of our experience was somewhat forgettable.
BreadTalk has opened their sixth outlet in Sri Lanka to the suburbs of Mount Lavinia.
Jo Jo's Place is a seaside restaurant, offering some good Sri Lankanised Chinese food, and a particularly great HBC.
Arthur's pizza is now a pub, too. They do their own take on localised pizza.
To quote the Notorious BIG, it looks like Softlogic is representing BK to the fullest. The Whopper tastes authentic, the service is competent and the location is well equipped and smart. The restaurant doesn't…
The Lion Pub has the best entrance of any bar in Colombo and really cheap beer and good food in large portions
As far as beach bars go, Shore By O! is by far the most popular. Not all their drinks are excellent, but they do the best beer cocktails around and their bites aren’t too shabby either.
Little Star is a not-so-little bakery in Mount Lavinia with a reputation for their Sri Lankan sweets
Loon Tao, roughly meaning "Way of the Dragon" has lost its claim as a top contender in the Chinese restaurant racket.
Steam Boat provides a lovely spot for sunset and wave watching. With an elevated cement and canopy dining area as well as shaded chairs and tables on the sand, venue wise they've got it spot on. Food,…
Good place to taste some Sri Lankan Indian Cuisine deliciousness
Consider yourself a bona fide carnivore? Well then Backyard BBQ is just what you're looking for. They're a barbecue specialist in Mt.Lavinia that does delivery and take-out. They've got a great selection…
Seafood Cove is Mt. Lavinia Hotel's seafood restaurant. It has a great location on their private beach front, fast service and reasonably priced, fresh seafood.