Chutneys serves good South Indian fare, with a menu neatly divided between the four Southern states' vegetarian and non-vegetarian cuisines. The food is quite authentic, with brilliant quality…
Shanmugas is one of the older and more reputed vegetarian Indian restaurants. They're definitely pricier than most places but the food is very good and the service is excellent.
Chana's has been gaining popularity for sometime now and it's easy to see why. They do a pretty good take on North Indian cuisine and their biriyani is one of the best in town.
Navratna, the Taj's Indian restaurant, is one of the few great places in the city for an authentic Indian dining experience.
Indian Chaat Corner is a tiny barely-noticeable restaurant that specializes in Indian street food. The chaat is still pretty good, and they've got a nicer interior now.
Agra is another one of those rare fine dining Indian restaurants in Colombo. They're not cheap but we think their food is definitely worth the price.
Flavors is Galadari Hotel's Indian restaurant. Their food is actually pretty decent, but the ambience, or rather the lack of it makes you want to wrap up your meal as fast as possible.
If you're having people over and don't want to cook or just having a family meal, we highly recommend Pot Biriyani for takeaway or delivery. It's run by a friendly family and they make…
Indian Summer is a slightly expensive Indian restaurant, with a great ambience.
Thalis has kept to themselves over the years, so they're easy to miss if you're around Park road. They serve up some wonderful North and South Indian food fare, and are well worth a visit.
Kandoori is an Indian restaurant that serves just biriyani and other Indian food.
Mango Tree is a hugely popular Indian restaurant on Dharmapala Mawatha, serving mainly North Indian cuisine. The food is very rich, and quite good.
Maharaja Palace is one of the few fine dining Indian restaurants in Colombo. The prices are high but the portions are actually quite large now. Their food was always pretty good and it…
Mathura is a decent Indian vegetarian restaurant that has been around Colombo for years, but now at a new location.
Ever been to one of those places where you ate so much, you had to just stop and rest a bit? Those kind of places are harder to come by now since food in general is too expensive,…
Amaravathi is a non-vegetarian South Indian restaurant located on a narrow street off the Galle road, serving great thosas, thalis and one of the country's best biriyanis.
KAMU is a well-kept, streetside buth kadey in Maharagama, that dishes out a range of good rice and curries for an affordable price tag.
A wellness based restaurant in Sama Mawatha which really lives up to the title ' Wellness based.' In a good way.
With their carefully curated, picturesque ambience, exquisite dishes and super friendly staff, Arcadia Cafe & Restaurant is Colombo's newest hotspot.
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.
Food Studio functions as Colombo City Centre's food court. It's a lot more upscale, both in terms of ambience and price- so watch out if you're going just for the food.
Great place to have a delicious Sri Lankan buffet breakfast or lunch comfortably
Good place for snacks & short eats, but other food are ?
Ponnusamy is Vasantha Bhavan's non-vegetarian sister restaurant that doles out some okay non-veg dishes. They've got a new outlet at Narahenpita that's great to stop at if you're craving a bite or two.…
Vasantha Bhavan and their sister restaurant Ponnusamy have opened adjoining outlets at Narahenpita and have been running for a while now. Here's what it's like to have a meal there.
The popular Banana Leaf has opened a new branch to the suburbs of Maharagama. They do some mean chicken biriyani, lamb and mutton curries - among other things.
Street Foods by Punjab Grill is and Indian franchise restaurant, and they've have been perched on the first floor of GSH Colombo for quite a while now. What they offer in Sri Lanka isn’t exactly Indian…
Tucked away from the crowded beaches of Balapitiya, Shinagawa Beach by Asia Leisure is a meticulously designed, gorgeous beach hotel that gives you the best of both worlds - the sea and the lagoon.
Damro's golden child worth 12.5bn is (almost) open to the public now. Aside from the usual boutiques and the food court they also have a 9D virtual gaming centre which sounds AWESOME. Was it? Let's see.…
Located down Allan Avenue, Dehiwala, Habibiz Sri Lanka is a fairly new multi cuisine restaurant that's buzzing with customers.
Navro Beach is one of the most popular restaurants in Panadura area, if you want to have a relaxed evening with some drinks and delicious food.
A beautiful cottage hotel that provides the genuine jungle experience nestled in the wilderness of Beragala.
Pink Lotus Restaurant is one of the most popular family restaurants in Malabe area. They've got some okay Chinese food with a Sri Lankan twist.
Street food from around the world.
Authentic Indian Biriyani for an affordable price.
The Weligama Kitchen is the main restaurant at the Marriot Weligama, it serves an expansive range of local and foreign cuisines that rival the price and quality of similar establishments.
Rather mediocre food court in the Kandy City Center that serves Thai, Chinese, Italian and Indian cuisine.
Great, cheap soya-based food.
A one-stop shop on the way to/from airport or to your getaway.
An awesome place for pure vegetarians.