We spotted a collection of burgers, shawarma, a few rice-varieties and a dessert. Almost all of them were available, so we opted for a Tandoori Chicken Shawarma (Rs. 450) and the Ape Double Kick Beef Burger (Rs. 799). Each dish was offered with a side of cassava chips.
The Tandoori Chicken Shawarma was quite generous with chicken. We enjoyed catching a whiff of smokiness there, a lovely tang too, all thanks to the chunks of pickles stuffed in it. However, the roti itself was a little doughy.
The cassava chips on the side were salty, slightly spicy, but also, kinda soggy.
The Ape Double Kick Beef Burger featured two homemade beef patties, a fried egg, a slice of cheese, pickles, onions, tomato, lettuce and herb labneh.
While the patties were all right - soft with a good amount of seasoning, they weren't exactly beef-y, and had a crumbly texture. There was a balance of flavour though. A good crunch from the veggies, a herby touch from herb labneh, and a bold tangy kick from pickles, while the egg and cheese adding a lot of moisture.
All in all, it's a convenient option for food and not a bad one. Their food has good aspects to it, but the flavours and textures can certainly improve a bit more.
A virtual kitchen with expensive rice & curry.
Good Sri Lankan Chinese food to try specially variations…