Scoop Colombo (not to be confused with the old Scoop) is the latest ice cream parlour in town.
A food truck specialised in BBQ.
If you're ever at the Borella junction (Baseline and Cotta Road) you'll see the stairs leading down. These steps lead pedestrians under and across the road and have, over time, became home to a fair…
A very modern bistro/bar on top of the Fairway Hotel.
The tiniest Japanese resto that gives you value for money.
Gecko is a restaurant/hotel located on the highly popular main strip of Arugam Bay. They have a great seafront location with chilled out seating and good food, but the service is terrible.
A little Sri Lankan Chinese kade does a good set menu buffet lunch.
Rolex Hotel is a Jaffna bath kade in Wellawatte which also seems to have a branch in Jaffna.
Natural Coffee is one of Kandy's most popular coffee shops. They also have macha tea/ milk.
An average restaurant with buffet lunch, takeaway and boat riding in Madu River.
A spot to satisfy late-night biriyani and BBQ cravings.
Good place to taste deciduous rice and curry, Sri Lankan Chinese food or local desserts.
We all know Mlesna, the go-to tea brand for gifting someone overseas or impressing a visitor. The sheer variety is also impressive - with over 100 kinds of tea, you are bound to enjoy at least one.
They're supposed to be a tea room, but they serve rice & curry, lamprais and other random stuff.
Tea Talk has got rooms, a restaurant and bikes for hire!
As a food, McDonald's is pretty processed and nothing special, but as an experience it still has a real place in the global psyche. Sometimes you just want McDonald's. In that case the Colpetty outlet…
Ruuk Village is a cabana resort in Kalpitiya - it's a very outdoorsy holiday place ideal for people who like camping and spending time with nature. It's by the Puttalam lagoon, a Rs. 150 tuk ride…
A kottu dedicated spot, located in Su-Rasa Food Court near Gamsaba Junction that serves a various styles of kottu.
Sweetberry is a small juice bar which specializes in berries (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, etc).
A Barista outlet at the bustling WTC.
They have okay-ish food, and have an Arabian-Nights-esque deco going on, but have room for vast improvement.
This is a somewhat eccentric cafe with great music, interesting decor, and somewhat mediocre food.
The cabanas thatched with coconut leaves at the Havi Restaurant make a beautiful setting that only gets more amazing as the evening lights come on. With the greenery all around you, this is a good place…
De Vos Cafe (aptly named) down De Vos Avenue is a resto adjoining the newest boutique hotel in town - Talo Urban.