Galle Caterers are one of the older caterers in Colombo with quite a large customer-base. We've tried their stuff on numerous occasions and they offer great value for money on top of consistent taste.
Chambers is Park Street Mews's newest restaurateur. They're a quiet, classy, unassuming spot that serves up the best Tagines in all of Colombo.
A street-side eatery that does the best beef rottis in Batticaloa. Great for breakfast with plain tea.
CuppaCrème is a home baker who is amazing at choc biscuit pudding and red velvet cupcakes.
Considered the only proper dine-in experience in Batticaloa, their Indian food is pretty good.
Flamingo Restaurant (which has been around forever) serves up an interesting mix of cuisines ranging from Arabic, Western, Italian and Sri Lankan.
Empire Cafe is a little restaurant-cum-cafe housed inside the Olde Empire Hotel, a 200 year old building, right next to the Dalada Maligawa in Kandy. It's a popular tourist hangout, is surprisingly affordable,…
Located few blocks away from the Casino on Marine Drive, MacMart Shoppers Store is a true Ali Baba's cave for the sugar addicts out there.
Panino specialises in sandwiches. In melts, to be specific. They also have a killer hot sauce.
Home of the best beef samosa. Gadaby is perfect for your short eat fix on the East Coast.
A not so mallow place for marshmallows.
Biriyani, fried chicken, and burgers.
Fazly's Halal Refreshment is one of Colombo's most popular streetside haunts, known for their delicious, mayo dripping, affordable fare.
Jetwing Lagoon is a very cool luxury hotel in Negombo. What's unique about it how environmentally friendly they are, also their 100 meter long infinity pool.
The popular North Indian restaurant - The Mango Tree has branched out to GSH Colombo.
The only truly Japanese restaurant in a food court.
Amazing food at a cheap price!
Colombo's newest Indian joint that's surprisingly very affordable.
If you're having people over and don't want to cook or just having a family meal, we highly recommend Pot Biriyani for takeaway or delivery. It's run by a friendly family and they make…
Amaya is one of the big hotels on Pasikuda bay. It's huge, and though looks-wise is a little old school, is still incredibly efficient and ideal for some holiday pampering.
The Coffee Bar by the Grand Hotel is probably the best coffee shop in Nuwara Eliya. They've got a chic little space and an accessible location to go along with some good food and great coffee.
Double Cheese Coffee & Dine is one of the finest family restaurants in Dehiwala area that dishes out a range of Sri Lankan and European food for an affordable price.
Upali's does affordable and tasty Sri Lankan food.
Agra is another one of those rare fine dining Indian restaurants in Colombo. They're not cheap but we think their food is definitely worth the price.