Vasantha Bhavan is a pure vegetarian restaurant down Horton Place.
A potential hidden treasure of a restaurant in the heart of Colombo 13.
Mirage Colombo's restaurant with Chef Lloyd's signature pizza, fish and chips and intercontinental fare.
Their coconut chutney lifts to high heavens an otherwise mediocre array of South Indian staples.
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.
Just another kadey on the side of the road that's great for getting some food on the go after work.
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.…
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A one-stop shop on the way to/from airport or to your getaway.
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A good place to grab a quick bite at Wattala.
Off the coast of the Diyawanna Lake lies a train station, that's also a restaurant.
A saivar kade in Kand that does a solid puri in Kandy.
A saivar kadey in Wattala that's greatfor getting your afternoon vadei fix.
Our most nostalgic food court gets a make-over.
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A popular spot in Malabe where you can drop in for a fine quick bite.
A delivery based biriyani spot somewhere in Dehiwala.
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A restaurant serving saiwar-like food in a very nice ambience.