Kash’s Kitchen is a clean restaurant and pastry shop serving great rice and curry and short eats. It also has Wi-Fi.
There aren’t many places to eat on the stretch between Tangalle and
Hambantota, and Kash’s Kitchen in Ambalantota is a welcome sight
for any traveller looking for sustenance. The facade is modern glass panes,
the food is affordable and served in a buffet table, and most importantly:
the place is exceedingly clean.
Kash’s Kitchen is a pastry shop as well as a restaurant. They have a range of
short eats to choose from, in addition to the numerous types of rice-based
meals on offer. Red rice, Samba rice, various types of fried rices,
noodles, biriyani and lamprais are on the menu.
The main attraction though, is the lunch buffet. You get to pick either
red rice or white rice, and several types of curries including fish and
chicken. For Rs. 380 you get to serve as much as you wish, or you can
choose to pay Rs. 250 and still get a portion served by the staff. The
buffet version also includes a dessert, which on the day we dined was
While the Kash’s Kitchen is ostensibly a “”self service”” restaurant,
the owners are always there, and offer friendly and helpful service.