A small resto on Park Road serving up good bubble tea and snacks.
Brew 1867 By Dilmah, is a popular grab-and-go restaurant in Colombo.
A coffee stop with a relaxed ambience tucked away in Kalubowila suburbs.
A one-stop-shop for getting your delivery burger options sorted.
Essentially a walauwa converted into a restaurant, Mahagedara in Wattala does an assortment of Sri Lankan, Asian and Western fare.
Tucked in a little road down Elvitigala Mawatha, Cafe 993 is a mix between a cafe and a Chinese-Sri Lankan resto.
A burger spot in the middle of a 4 way junction in Kotahena that does a pretty clean burger if nothing else.
Paan Paan is now at Dehiwela!
A cafe tucked in Dehiwala that does some pretty good Spicy Cheese Fries but a not-so-great iced coffee.
The cafe by the Ruki Sea Reach Guest House.
A simple bistro down Lighthouse Street in Galle Fort.
A home-cook specialised in panini.
A home-based venture that does some delicious, mouthful sandwiches.
A tiny food joint in Battaramulla with some superb pork curry.
The food aspect of the leading supermarket chain, SPAR.
Nicely interiored and exteriored cafe for BBQ, fried rice and Srilankan Chinese food
Comfortable restaurant with an amazing view of paddy fields, serving delicious Sri Lankan Chinese food & bites.
The Nugegoda branch of the popular local cafe - the Java Lounge.
A streetfood truck by Cafe 47.
Bites, burgers, submarines, wraps and more.
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.
They have okay-ish food, and have an Arabian-Nights-esque deco going on, but have room for vast improvement.
This is a somewhat eccentric cafe with great music, interesting decor, and somewhat mediocre food.
Café Noir's attempt to take over Colombo's caffeine industry is slowly reaching its peak as they opened a new branch at Thimbirigasyaya. Are they good, though?