Your ideal place to grab a quick breakfast or lunch, which is both healthy and freshly made.
Shangri-La's signature restaurant, serving a range of traditional Chinese cuisine.
A smaller cousin to their Barnes Place branch, Tea Avenue Marine Drive has the same relaxed ambience, making it a great place for meeting friends and for working along Marine Drive. The tea and…
A pricer dining spot with the Colonial expat experience thrown in as a bonus, the food isn't exactly fantastic.
Barista is one of the first and the biggest coffee shop franchises in Colombo.
NINE11 is a popular spot down Stanley Thilakaratne Mawatha that serves up some okay food, but the heavy price tag is problematic.
Feed your hangover at this colourful café right across from the beach!
Tex-Mex here is too fast food-like for our liking
The Ceylon Tea Lounge serves up a bunch of different types of teas and sandwiches.
Tea Lounge at Water's Edge is another spawn of the Dilmah franchise. It's a little classier that the rest of their outlets in terms of ambience, but our experience wasn't a positive one.
Dynasty is a fine dine restaurant in the Grand Monarch Hotel.
Located at the basement of Liberty Plaza, the food court houses restaurants catering to different cuisines.
Flamingo Restaurant (which has been around forever) serves up an interesting mix of cuisines ranging from Arabic, Western, Italian and Sri Lankan.
A large and full-service luxury beach resort on the idyllic Southern Coast.
Bubble Me Bubble Tea is the newest bubble tea space in Colombo with plenty of variety when it comes to both bubbles and teas.
Tea, waffles, cakes and more. Tea Ave initially opened up at Barnes Place: and this is their second (and newest) branch.
A seasonal little cafe in Pottuvil's popular strip.
Bubbly stuff and paninis and desserts.
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With a great setting, decor and beautiful presentation, Chapter one disappoints when it comes down to execution.
Dilmah t-Lounge at the Arcade is pretty similar to their outlet in Chatham Street. The food is good, and the space is less crowded but the service isn't great.
Dilmah's charming tea lounge in the shadow of Dutch Hospital is still going strong, with a range of hot and cold teas and little and large bites.