We’re not huge fans of the French macaron, but they looked so pretty that we gave Munchkin a call and ordered ourselves a box of 10, which included an assortment of vanilla, chocolate and…
A Chinese restaurant in Marino Mall.
The Sweeter Side is another home baker - the prices are fine, the cakes are a bit bread-texture, we like the fudge brownies.
Good place to have a western type dinner with a little chat.
Taste of Asia is a very affordable favourite on Galle Road for hoppers and Jaffna food.
A decent Indian restaurant at Panadura, with quality North Indian food.
Indian Summer is a slightly expensive Indian restaurant, with a great ambience.
Sameeha's is popular for their cheese kottu, and is one of THE places to drop into in Negombo.
Spice Coast is well-known restaurant down Marine drive for their spread of Indian food.
Camello is an ice cream shop in Wellawatte that used to be in Havelock Road.
A food truck serving quality kottus using locally sourced ingredients and Lankan inspired flavours.
Gelato down Pedlar's Street
88 Chinese Seafood Restaurant is a long time player in the local Chinese food scene. It's incredibly popular among b0th locals and Chinese expats, and while it wasn't terrible, it didn't really live up…
Little Adam's Peak in Ella offers splendid views and a not-too-hard trek. There's a secondary peak a little way off which is even better.
When Gonuts with Donuts started off they were all the craze. Now many years down the line, the hype has died down, their prices have gone up, but they're still pretty decent.
Dynasty is a fine dine restaurant in the Grand Monarch Hotel.
A home cook that dedicates herself to serving up lamprais and nasi lemak.
Suki's Wok is one of the oldies when it comes to Chinese eateries in Colombo. Nowadays they're mostly into delivery, so we tried it, and they're okay.
Dinemore's never struck me as an exceptional place. I've always enjoyed the food and found it tasty, but it's not the kind of place I'd actively choose to go to – it was more of an oh it's just round…
Chopsticks is another spot that we love. It's quiet, unassuming and dishes up some bomb Sino-Lankan food fare.
Royal Burger is a very reliable stop on Havelock Road for cheese dripping, affordable burgers and subs. It's a popular lunch option among the RI students in the neighborhood.
Nice, cosy café with nice, recycled furniture and a shaded terrace.
Serves coffee, frappes, shakes, and a bunch of baked goodies.
With a great setting, decor and beautiful presentation, Chapter one disappoints when it comes down to execution.