A private place in colombo

I want a place for me and my wife to enjoy alone without nobody bothering us, Not a room or anything like that a place which we can talk laugh and all, But a restaurant or somewhere nobody will bother us, any recommendations ?


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SirJAM

your own home?

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HadeeZ

My home is in Canada so , We are here in Colombo. Am I supposed to buy a house ?
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SirJAM

then say u are from overseas…easy…

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Jeff

Where do you live in Colombo? on the road/bus station/train station?

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roy_mustang

I don't understand what you mean by a place where nobody bothers you. Bother you how?

Do you mean you don't want people coming and talking to you or you don't want people staring and eavesdropping?

Nobody cares to eavesdrop or stare at you in any good hotel, restaurant or cafe. Everyone there has come to spend time with whoever they're with. Not observe or study other people. I never had an issue with privacy with any of those.

Of course if you're being too loud and disturbing everyone, then it's a different story.

If you guys like Japanese, most Japanese restaurants offer partitioned dining tables where nobody can see you except for someone who is passing by your table.

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HadeeZ

I want a place which people doesn't eavesdrop or stare. Can you recommend some Japanese Restaurants ?

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SirJAM

so many secrets…?

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roy_mustang

Nihonbashi has private dining rooms.

Sakura at Galle Road. Their food is not as great as it used to be. Don't know if it has improved though.

Naniyori in Nawala - They have a minimum 4 person requirement for you to be seated in a partitioned dining table. But if it's not a busy day and if you ask nicely they usually let you use one. :)

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roy_mustang

If you're going for the food, minus the partitioned dining tables, I highly recommend Tsukiji Uoichi.

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Christine

Toby's Estate Mt. Lavinia is the place to go

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HANS

checkout WWW.BLOOMSBURYHOLIDAYS.COM, this is a perfect location with a colonial ambiance.

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