Kuuraku is the latest addition to Colombo’s Japanese scene and easily one of the best restaurants that came out this year.
The Hilton's brand new multi-cuisine restaurant and buffet.
Bowl'd is a hip, healthy fast-food joint with a fantastic ambience and even better poke bowls.
Colombo's fine dining Japanese restaurant Nihonbashi has recently turned their outdoor dining section into a 'Yakitori Garden' - a small, bamboo-framed nook serving skewered, charcoal-grilled entrails out in…
Over a year since first opening its doors Tsukiji Uoichi is still going strong. They've got one of the most impressive Japanese menus in Colombo and they're execution is excellent. Their prices are on the higher…
An excellent seafood restaurant in a rather out-of-the-way location, paired with great service.
Not just the city's best Japanese restaurant, but one of the city's most seminal eateries, full stop.
YUMI is Taj Samudra's resident Japanese restaurant. What they lack in terms of variety they make up for with some delicious, specialized sushi in arguably the best setting for a Japanese restaurant…
Kami Maki's newest branch down Ward Place.
Sushi Kai now has a new branch in Madiwela.
EDO Japanese Restaurant in CCC does some good Japanese fare.
A restaurant residing in Wonder Hotel, serving Japanese cuisine using quality ingredients with a casual ambience and excellent service.
Jalanka is a small Japanese supermarket in Colombo 8. They have a lot of good and reasonably priced sauces, noodles and imported Japanese items.
Robata is Mövenpick's Japanese restaurant serving a range of contemporary Japanese cuisine, along with some excellent yakitori and grills.
The Samurai Sushi Bar has finally established themselves here in the Big City (they're in Rajagiriya, but still).
Taprobane's dinner buffet is pretty awesome. For just Rs. 2200, the spread's large and the food's top quality. Highlights? Their egg hoppers and their chocolate fudge.
Hamakaze is the newest ramen-dedicated spot in Colombo.
This Japanese stopover is a wonderful addition to Negombo's popular stretch of restaurants. The food and service are great and they've got a sushi conveyor belt in the evenings.
The only truly Japanese restaurant in a food court.
Cafe Japan has been around since 2000, and serves up some good Japanese fare.
Room Service is one of the more efficient delivery services around. Their delivery charges are higher than most others but they deliver from some high profile restaurants that you can't get otherwise.
The sushi bar at the Cinnamon Lakeside lobby is actually a great place for an authentic Japanese meal for very affordable prices.
FLOW is a restaurant at the Hilton Residences that serves up a variety of international and local cuisines.
Makotoya is the ramen counterpart of One Galle Face's restaurant scene, and they do an excellent job at it.