Your beachside Thursday evenings won't be the sam e again.
Mirissa Food Festival back again, this time with more vendors, more activities befitting a festival and much more fun.
Serving you with a global cuisine, The 138 (Colombo) with Roshane on Sax serenading you with live music and plenty of activities for the young and old, Mirissa Food Festival has Chinese, Japanese, Mexican, Mediterranean and the new addition of Italian and Hawaiian food to the list of foods available and of course the best of Sri Lankan fast food all right next to the Mirissa beach.
Food Vendors -Little Tuna Sushi Cafe (Japanese)
Aloha Coffee Gallery (Hawaiian)
and most importantly the best Sri Lankan fast food.
Non Food Vendors - Saltyaffairs (Clothing)
Podi Kade (Arts & Crafts)
Kook's Shop (Surf Shop)
Countries that let you in without a fuss with your Lankan passport
A commercial kitchen in Nugegoda that does a good fried rice.
We tasted every locally brewed and available beer. In the name of science!
Chocolate-biscuit-pudding is a dessert unique to Sri Lanka - here's an aunty showing you how it's done