As of now, they're available on PickMe Food and Uber Eats from 10.30 in the morning. It's a set menu, so you don't get a say in what curries you want with your rice, but you can pick the protein according to your preference.
In our review, we looked at their speciality - rice & curry. We ordered three of them - Chicken Rice & Curry (Rs. 360), Beef Rice & Curry (Rs. 360) and Kochchi Karawala (Rs. 340). Neatly packaged in reusable plastic containers, all of them were packed to the brim and shared the same rice base and veg-curries.
The yellow rice wasn't oily and had a mild seasoning, making for the perfect base for all the curry flavours. Oozing out with a nice peppery kick, the chicken was excellently prepared, and the parippu balanced it out by being a milky delight. The kesel muwa had a lot of curry notes to savour, while the carrot sambol added a good crunch.
Generally, I don't like cooked kekiri, but my lunch partners seemed to enjoy it. However, something that lends a tang - perhaps a mango/amberella curry could have made this buth pettiya even more successful.
They do some superb Beef curry. Chewy, yet beautifully tendered up, these chunks of beef were wrapped in a chockfull of spices. The beefy flavour nicely emerged through, while the curry notes enhancing its taste even more.
Lured by the promise of kochchi in karawala, we enjoyed this Kochchi Karawala Rice & Curry. The distinct aroma of kochchi was in the mix and bits of it too, but in terms of flavour, we'd have preferred a stronger presence.
It's a good option for lunch if you're too lazy to step out. The curry-to-rice ratio is quite good here, as they offer generous servings of them. From what we gathered, they're working on a breakfast menu too, which is something that we're fully stoked about.
A kitchen in the cloud by COi by Vichalya.
සිංහල ක්ලවුඩ් කිචන් බයි CHM කියන්නෙ ඩිලිවරි බේස්ඩ් කිචන් එකක්.
A virtual kitchen with expensive rice & curry.
Good place to taste some Sri Lankan Indian Cuisine…