Hotel Suvai is a gem of a restaurant in Battaramulla. It's everything to choose if you're looking for affordable, and delicious filling Indian food. Their dosas are the stuff of legend!
Aasife is good place to get biriyani in Ethul Kotte. The food is good and service friendly.
Alhambra is the Ramada Hotel's North Indian restaurant.
Sulthan Palace (formerly Rahumania) is a great spot at the Town Hall hub to get a delicious, cheap range of biriyanis, meats and even Sri Lankanized Chinese.
Chola is a new Indian Restaurant serving some of the best Indian we have tried.
A vegetarian friendy place for all your Indian sweet tooth cravings.
Grand Indian is Nuwara Eliya's go to Indian restaurant . They serve up top notch North Indian cuisine at reasonable prices with impressive consistency.
ඒ දවස් වල අපි ආරියබවන් එකෙන් බූන්දි 100කුත් අරන් කෙලින්ම යන්නෙ මැගසින් රෝඩ් පැත්තට.…
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.
Bombay Sweet Centre does an excellent almond milk (Rs. 150) and beef samosa (Rs. 30). The samosa was the best I've had in the city - full of meat and gleaming green chillis, but not stomach…
A YAMU office favourite, Amirthaa in Bamba does a mean Ghee dosa. It also serves Bonda, Jelebi and fresh milk with a dash of tea.
Street food from around the world.
Greenlands is a budget South-Indian joint that wins for nostalgia.
Candle Light Hut is a pretty popular, affordable place for Pakistani biriyani, paratha and meat curries.
Well known vegetarian hotel located at Wellawatta serving south Indian side of things, selection of dosas, thalis and idlis...
Bombay Sweet Mahal is one of many shops selling Indian sweets and fruit juice in Wellawatte. What sets it apart are their special offerings, like the multi-layered fruit cocktail (Rs. 290) and…
One of the oldest Indian sweet makers in the city!
Shanmugas has an express outlet at Crescat. If you're going for anything else but the tea, stick to the main outlet.