Identity crisis. Is this seafood? A coffee lounge? A fruit bar?
A tiny burger joint that does okay burgers.
More interesting for its selection of non-fiction books, Lake House Bookshop doesn't particularly stand out from other mainstream bookstores.
A cafe that has infused an aspect of Maldivian food.
Chinese Juchunyuan in Colpetty is one of the few places in town to try out Chinese hotpot. The catch, however, is that if you don't add the right ingredients to the hotpot you'll basically end up…
Amaage is probably the largest restaurant in the area. They do decent kottu.
Think its the best babath curry in Colombo
Indian Spice is a low-key Indian restaurant that shares the premises with the equally modest, yet somewhat dodgy China Town. The place may give out a slightly dicey feel, but the food actually isn't…
The Ceylon City Hotel is one of the newer new age hotels in Colombo. It's got good facilities at decent prices.
Sells rotti, with sliced bananas and Kandos chocolate in the middle. They also have Lassi.
One of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Colombo, Chinese Dragon does an okay job.
Rripe is an okay juice bar that offers juices and fruits that are locally grown.
A non-vegetarian South Indian Chettinad restaurant on Horton Place.
Flavors is Galadari Hotel's Indian restaurant. Their food is actually pretty decent, but the ambience, or rather the lack of it makes you want to wrap up your meal as fast as possible.
The Sawadee , a part of Mount Breeze Hotel offers reliable food and service at reasonable prices.
Momoka Nail Spa is a small nail salon tucked away down Vajira Road. They offer a range of services from full body waxes to gel nails.
Indramalee is a little buth kade on Union Place that does good rice and curry and fruit juices. It's not much for ambience but the fare is reliable.
Majestic City's new dessert stall serves up some decent ice cream, along with some other sweet treats at affordable prices.
Siddhalepa's ayurvedic spa in Colombo 07.
Bargain/ second hand bookshop
Though reliable, the tiffin hut doesn't have the tastiest food in Fort.
Sen Saal was one of the very first large scale bakeries to establish themselves in Battaramulla. Since then they have added a restaurant at the back where they serve things like Lasgna, Rice and Curry, Nasi…
The Dhawalagiri is a typical saivar kadey, where you can drop in to get a quick, oily bite. It's in central Maradana, you can't miss it.
Fab is one of the older and more established bakeries in town. The franchise is well known for its cakes.