Siddhalepa's ayurvedic spa in Colombo 07.
Short eats in Battaramulla? Klassy’s is King.
Thin crust fusion pizza to satisfy the Sri Lankan tastebuds.
Street Food Factory is the newest member of the slowly growing food truck scenario in Colombo.
Tang Dynasty used to be one of the most authentic Chinese restos we've been to. The interior is cosy, easy on the eyes and the food is good too.
Jade Restaurant has been around for a few years now. Serving up a range of delicious Sri Lankanized Chinese fare, their menu is all improved and affordable.
The aptly-named Flamingo House is the newest—and probably funkiest— addition to Colombo’s restaurant repertoire. The food is inconsistent but interesting, but the excellent cocktails and crazy…
KBQ has an all new spot in Jana Jaya building, and they do some good fried chicken and noodles, with a Korean twist.
Thalis has kept to themselves over the years, so they're easy to miss if you're around Park road. They serve up some wonderful North and South Indian food fare, and are well worth a visit.
Mithuro Cafe does good rice and curry for cheap, and we especially love their 'chicken pieces' rotti.
Flower Shows at Water’s Edge Park
Colombo's biggest department store's upscale food court area
A healthy organic spot with a wide range of delicious dishes.
The Tommy Hilfiger store at the Arcade has got a decent selection for mostly men - great quality, big prices, and a wide range of plaid shirts.
Perched on top of the OZO Colombo is the equally swanky ON14 Rooftop Lounge & Bar. Pool bar by day and lounge bar by night, ON14 is one of the highest spots for a drink in the city.
Health Factor is an awesome little restaurant in Kohuwala that cooks up very tasty but healthy meals - at great prices.
At the start, Coco Verandah was a huge hit amongst the local scene. They've steadily declined in terms of quality over time, though.
A small pastry shop for an evening snack and iced coffee.
Between a Maldivian restaurant and a playground is a strip of sand that leads to a broad beach and the Indian ocean. Lani's decorated fishing boat will be on your left. The entrance is behind the…
Little Star is a not-so-little bakery in Mount Lavinia with a reputation for their Sri Lankan sweets
The original Rio Ice Cream parlour is old and sweet- it's persisted through decades of war and strife as an integral part of the local community. It's worth a diabetic shock or two to experience that.
A pricey pub "hidden" behind a flower shop.
Park Street Trattoria is still part of the Park Street restaurant melange. They specialise in Italian food fare.
The perfect place to spend a weekend out of town.