Barefoot Cafe is the best place to hang out in Colombo. It's a chilled place to meet or make friends, see art, hear music, eat good food and drink affordable beer.
Panorama is a bar cum restaurant that we don't love as a restaurant, though we have heard good things about the bar. Come here at sunset for the view and don't be too picky about anything else.
Ponnusamy is Vasantha Bhavan's non-vegetarian sister restaurant that doles out some okay non-veg dishes. They've got a new outlet at Narahenpita that's great to stop at if you're craving a bite or two.…
Food is averagely good and that's it!
Raja Bojun is generally known for good Sri Lankan cuisine. They've moved from their old spot near Galle Face to a new location at the top of Liberty Arcade. The food is still good, so is…
The Cakery used to be a resident favourite amongst the plebs at office, but they've long since dwindled in terms of service and food.
The late night Kottu, Rice & Hoppers star in the city Thalawathugoda
Fresh fruit juices but bad service and ambience.
Good Sri Lankan cuisine food and so bad service.
From what we experienced, the Baskin Robbins on Galle Road is run-down and not a good value for money. They managed to disappoint us in pretty much every department, while charging us Rs. 1400 for…
Trainspotter at Global Towers is one of the few restaurants that's open 24 hours a day. Unfortunately, the entire experience is mediocre at best.
You must think twice before go!
The chicken was excellent, but it took them half an hour so we would have been pretty enraged if it wasn't. The actual biryani though, for us this is the rich saffron and meat infused rice,…
An Indian vegetarian restaurant with an extensive menu of North and South Indian cuisine.
Dilmah t-Lounge at the Arcade is pretty similar to their outlet in Chatham Street. The food is good, and the space is less crowded but the service isn't great.
Machang Nawala is at Nugegoda now. After the untimely death of their Nawala branch, Machang has claimed a new spot down Stanley Thilakeratne Mawatha.
An "app" for hailing tuktuks, ostensibly. It doesn't work.
A dingy "turtle farm" catering to tourists who want wildlife photo ops in the South.
A cafe that seems to have Australian inspired dishes, as well as local delicacies. Only on paper, as it turned out.
A pricey pub "hidden" behind a flower shop.