A spot in Dehiwala that distributes excellent quality kalu dodol and kithul-based products, which they order from Kithulgala.
A groceries outlet that is available as a physical store as well as through PickMe Food.
Datery is a safe bet for all kinds of dates, nuts, dried fruits and seeds needs.
What a Unique place? Every thing is perfect. If its Sri Lankan either Italian or anything else...
An online clothes shop for excellent kids clothes.
Orange Bot By Orel Pay is a vending machine that does orange juice.
A co-working space with a cafe.
Aunty's Cooking Class provides hands-on experience and promises an enjoyable time creating and exploring Sri Lankan fare.
Online platform where you can order your sourdough bread.
Rancrisp Cashews sells OG and flavoured cashews.
A one-stop shop to satisfy all your home decor needs.
An art gallery solely dedicated to art by Mueen Saheed.
A studio gallery in Kotte displaying art by artist Mahen Chanmugam.
The Chocolate House down Deanston Place is an extension to their candy shop in Wellawatte. Aside from the imported chocolates, here they also have a tiny restaurant that serves up a number of…
Park Street Gourmet is the city's first gourmet grocer. They've got all sorts of fancy food fare for the culinary bon vivant.
The Keells Super at Attidiya is supposed to be the biggest one so far. Bhagya took us there on a field trip.
Damro's golden child worth 12.5bn is (almost) open to the public now. Aside from the usual boutiques and the food court they also have a 9D virtual gaming centre which sounds AWESOME. Was it? Let's see.…
Decathlon Sri Lanka is a branch of the popular French sporting goods retailer, Decathlon Group.
A brand new shopping experience for the local shoppers, with products that you would not find anywhere else.
A concept store with a great collection of resort wear and bikinis.
The Fashionmarket.lk phygital store is the material equivalence to their online store.
The latest outlet of the famous Japanese brand.
Shop for all your favorite candy in one place.
Noteworthy's quality paper is let down by sub-standard binding, rather cheesy design and underwhelming marketing.