They've got some pretty dope breakfast options, picked out of a nice and simple menu. Their smoothie bowls and special smoothie bowls are creative, and they've also got toast with various super/hipster foods like avocado and tofu. We tried a decent selection and came away happy.
The Peanut Butter Crunchy Bowl (Rs. 750) had a frozen peanut butter smoothie dolloped over coconut, oats, and bananas. Probably a damn good thing to eat if you're the healthy type who just got in from a morning of surfing. It's good for hungover, tired types also. They seem to make the smoothie the previous night and freeze it, adding the other ingredients as they serve it to you in the morning.
The Avocado Toast comes in two versions. The No.1 (Rs. 750) has crunchy sesame and pumpkin seeds with onion sprinkled on top of the avocado. The mango chutney it comes with is a nice touch, adding a bit of sweet tanginess. The No.2 has beetroot and feta. Ask for a poached egg on top if you feel like it.
Aloha is a foreign owned establishment and the staff are generally backpackers working on holiday. They're pretty friendly and know what is what, though they mistook our order and brought us Avocado Toast No.1 instead of No.2. The place started some 2 years ago and is now the No.1 spot on Tripadvisor in Mirissa.
A cafe and hangout spot in Weligama
The Kitchen serves tasty European fusion food in a…