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Earl’s Passikudah

103, Pasikudah road, Kalkudah

The warm reception we received on arriving at Earl's was an early indication of how good a time we were going to have there. Only a short walk away from Passikudah beach, this friendly and…

Fruit Corridor

337A, Galle Road, Mount Lavinia.

Tiny fruit juice parlor at Mount Lavinia that serves juices for a very cheap price. They use the fresh produce of Ebagawa Estate.

Bombay Sweet House (Kollupitiya)

7, Dharmapala Mawatha, Colombo 3

Bombay Sweet House is the original Sri Lankan candy shop, the city's oldest candy makers, and still remains the best place for Indian sweets and a fresh glass of Faluda.

New Gadaby Rest Inn (Kaththankudy)

250, 252, Main Street, Kaththankudy

Home of the best beef samosa. Gadaby is perfect for your short eat fix on the East Coast.

Panaash

No: 245, Havelock Road, Colombo 06 (Opposite Havelock City)

A petite little shop that houses mouthwatering little sweet treats down Havelock Road. They specialise in a wide variety of Indian sweetmeats and savouries.

Lavinia Bakers

No. 04, Pannipitiya Road, Battaramulla

The newest addition to the Lavinia Restaurant, now serves Indian and Sri Lankan food.

Al-Maas

45/1, Marine Drive. Colombo-4

A mainstream Indian restaurant that caters to an assortment of dishes, ranging from Chinese, to the odd Macaroni, quail, speciality egg dishes and submarines.

Marrybrown

32, Kinross Avenue, Marine Drive, Colombo 6.

Right on Marine Drive, Marrybrown is a cheaper option for fried chicken and burgers. They're generous with their mayo, and their chicken is all about the crispy skin.

Faluda House

180, Galle Road, Colombo 06

One of the oldest Indian sweet makers in the city!

Aasife Biriyani

939, Ethul Kotte Road, Sri Jayawardana Pura, Rajagiriya

Aasife is a new biriyani spot in Ethul Kotte. The food is good, service is friendly and we highly recommend it.