The Bamboo Room is a new restaurant that is a part of the Hotel Nippon, specialising in Kerala Cuisine.
One of the oldest Indian sweet makers in the city!
The newest addition to the Lavinia Restaurant now serves Chinese, Indian and Sri Lankan food.
Located at the basement of Liberty Plaza, the food court houses restaurants catering to different cuisines.
The Hilton's brand new multi-cuisine restaurant and buffet.
A 100% veg restaurant serving North and South Indian food.
Alhambra is the Ramada Hotel's North Indian restaurant.
A petite little shop that houses mouthwatering little sweet treats down Havelock Road. They specialise in a wide variety of Indian sweetmeats and savouries.
Eastern Wok is a multi-cuisine restaurant that serves Chinese, Indian and Arabian food.
A mainstream Indian restaurant that caters to an assortment of dishes, ranging from Chinese, to the odd Macaroni, quail, speciality egg dishes and submarines.
Grand Indian is Nuwara Eliya's go to Indian restaurant . They serve up top notch North Indian cuisine at reasonable prices with impressive consistency.
A tiny restaurant that serves up lunch and dinner, with a Sri Lankan and Indian menu.
Indian Spice is a low-key Indian restaurant that shares the premises with the equally modest, yet somewhat dodgy China Town. The place may give out a slightly dicey feel, but the food actually isn't…
One of the better eateries in Jaffna, with a wide variety of Northern Sri Lankan food
A hotel and restaurant, Cosy's dishes up Sri Lankan, Indian, and Chinese cuisine. We'd recommend sticking to the Jaffna specials. Obviously.
ආයෙ දවසක බදුල්ල පැත්තෙ රවුමක් දාන්න ඇවිත් පාන්දරින්ම බැස්සත් හිතට බයක් නෑනෙ.…
Considered the only proper dine-in experience in Batticaloa, their Indian food is pretty good.
Mirage Colombo's restaurant with Chef Lloyd's signature pizza, fish and chips and intercontinental fare.
One of Negombo's long term dining institutions.
ඒ දවස් වල අපි ආරියබවන් එකෙන් බූන්දි 100කුත් අරන් කෙලින්ම යන්නෙ මැගසින් රෝඩ් පැත්තට.…
Elite's been around Colombo for years, but now they've expanded their service to Wattala as well. They serve Chindian (Chinese and Indian) food.
The Governor's Restaurant at the Mount Lavinia Hotel is one of the few hotel restaurants that offers real value for money with their dishes.
Rasa Sayang is a new Indian take-out restaurant on Hill St, run by the same management as The Malay Restaurant.
Dwaraka is a new pure vegetarian Indian restaurant in Bambalapitiya. Although we ran into a few hiccups, we still walked away pleased with our meal.