Some are delicious, but think twice.
A new spot down Marine Drive, dedicated to serving up some filling pasta.
A great place to have a good Sri Lankan & Sri Lankan Chinese meal
The first-ever Friends themed cafe in Colombo.
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.
A popular spot in Malabe where you can drop in for a fine quick bite.
The Verandah Bistro is a lesser known hotel restaurant on the third floor of the Hilton Residences. It does average hotel food with a nice poolside view.
Really good! Sri Lankan Chinese food ..
Iceburg is one of the most popular spots in Maharagama that serves up some ok-ish burgers, submarines, waffles and sandwiches for a very affordable price tag.
An early bird in Hikkaduwa that does affordable breakfast.
Awesome Petti Kade to taste a delicious Sri Lankan village type rice & curry.
Have a Highland pasteurized milk bottle with tasteful Sri Lankan style rice & curry
Not the original Hela Bojun! So think twice.
The New Majestic Hotel is ironically one of the oldest hotels in Colpetty. How have they been doing since our last visit? Not bad, actually. Not good, but not bad.
New est member of the cafe scene in Mount that does musty tasting subs and one of the best mango juices we've had in a long time.
Tucked in a little road down Elvitigala Mawatha, Cafe 993 is a mix between a cafe and a Chinese-Sri Lankan resto.
A little Italian restaurant off the coast of Mirissa.
Krishna is a good vegetarian spot for rice and curry and the likes at the Arcade. They're run by the same guys who run Mathura.
A restaurant serving saiwar-like food in a very nice ambience.
Comparatively so good vegetarian place.
Good place to taste some Sri Lankan Indian Cuisine deliciousness
Shri Vani Vilas is pretty much an iconic landmark situated in Lafeer Mawatha, Messenger Street. Aside from holding the title of Dosa King, they also have a stellar menu that's chock full of delicious…
Chinese Delight is one of Colombo's many, many Chinese eateries. They've got great Chinese food but the prices are quite steep.
Dwaraka is a new pure vegetarian Indian restaurant in Bambalapitiya. Although we ran into a few hiccups, we still walked away pleased with our meal.