Off the coast of the Diyawanna Lake lies a train station, that's also a restaurant.
Serving a wide range of cuisines, El Janah is a popular spot at Mount Lavinia. Their food isn't super authentic, but quite worth the affordable price tag.
A dodgy yet nice little bar on Fife Road.
The "lightening/brightening" branch of Spa Ceylon's establishments.
Sea Fish is a restaurant that's been around since the '70s, and its dining space still features music and lights from that era. Their seafood is however good, and they also do seafood BBQs in their…
A nice place to get booze in the evening at beach, Cabanas with Thai & Chinese Bites.
Siddhalepa's ayurvedic spa in Colombo 07.
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.
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…
Chanvel Restaurant is one of the oldest members in Colombo's dodgy bar scene.
A frills-free foot rub company with branches around the city.
Commons is one of Colombo's most popular hangout spots. They've got a great location on flower road and a relaxed atmosphere. Its expansive menu means your spoilt for choice but quality varies depending…
Nice place to chill with some booze, and delicious bites
A nice spot to chill with some booze, and delicious fried rice.
Taco Bell was an instant hit when they first opened up in Colombo 07, and now they’ve made their way towards a new branch down Marine Drive.
Coffee Bean's prices are still atrocious, but somehow they've managed to stay consistent with the quality of their drinks. Strange, but true.