Back of beyond's newest addition is an ideal place to spend your weekend and get some me-time.
A great place to have some fine Sri Lankan rice and curry in the heart of Colombo.
Burger Hut; the popular family restaurant chain at Kandy has opened their newest outlet to the suburbs of Dehiwala.
A great spot for authentic Sri Lankan cuisine.
One of the most popular rice and curry spots in Malabe and definitely a go-to place if you're in a budget.
A great place for a quick lunch or dinner.
A popular spot in Malabe where you can drop in for a fine quick bite.
A funky (and very popular) new restaurant in London serving up hoppers. Yes, our Lankan hoppers.
Summer Set is known for their Kottu, and is one of the places to drop into for a quick bite in Kandy.
The only one place to do camping at Meemure with awesome package including 3 meals & 2 adventures
Awanhala is a restaurant down Galle Road that gets jam-packed during lunch and dinner hours.
A nice place to have Srilankan cuisine at any time of the day.
Gami Gedara has been awfully underwhelming as of late.
Probably the best buth kade you'll find around Boralesgamuwa.
A small buth kadey down Ven. Muruththettuwe Ananda Himi Mawatha. Quite popular, quite good.
A tiny buth kadey with home-flavored rice and curry.
The Sugar Bistro & Wine Bar has set up shop amongst the swanky cafes in the newly revamped ODEL foodcourt.
The newest addition to the Lavinia Restaurant now serves Chinese, Indian and Sri Lankan food.
A buth kadey down Perahara Road, Colombo 03. Quite popular, quite good.
Located at the basement of Liberty Plaza, the food court houses restaurants catering to different cuisines.
A little hole-in-the-wall that serves the cheapest, most minimal, rice dishes.
A new start-up delivering healthy meals to your doorstep.
Flamingo Restaurant (which has been around forever) serves up an interesting mix of cuisines ranging from Arabic, Western, Italian and Sri Lankan.
Machang is a great place to get your booze on out there on the Pasikudah strip, with large space and a single strip of concrete tables on the side that was open to the sky.