Place look like amazing village house, but the food is..?
A great place to get your booze on out there, with large space and all deciduous Machnag food
A cafe in Dehiwala that does some really good rice and some not so great coffee.
Shanmugas has an express outlet at Crescat. If you're going for anything else but the tea, stick to the main outlet.
Vasantha Bhavan and their sister restaurant Ponnusamy have opened adjoining outlets at Narahenpita and have been running for a while now. Here's what it's like to have a meal there.
YAMU’s new office in Nugegoda is way cooler than the previous one, in terms of temperature; but not so much in some other aspects.
Great pizza place in Hiri with rather slow service.
A condom vending machine located at the end of Buller's lane.
A very modern bistro/bar on top of the Fairway Hotel.
Gelato is a new ice cream boutique at MC, managed by Roots.
A gorgeous resort in the Deep South, part of the international Anantara chain.
Tea Lounge at Water's Edge is another spawn of the Dilmah franchise. It's a little classier that the rest of their outlets in terms of ambience, but our experience wasn't a positive one.
A non-vegetarian South Indian Chettinad restaurant on Horton Place.
කොත්තුව නම් බර්ගර් එකටත් වඩා පට්ට. චීස් දාලා තියෙනව මදි නොකියන්න. හැබැයි බර්ගර්…
The brand new Mövenpick Hotel Colombo's all-day dining restaurant.
One of the oldest Indian sweet makers in the city!
A branch of the amazing-smelling Body Shop in Colombo. They've got all the usual stuff you'll find in the international stores.
Despite the name, it's been around for a few years. However, it IS quite a good bakery.
The original Kandoori before it branched out to Colombo (or so we were told).
An exclusive "members-only" club bordering the Bolgoda Lake, The Marina now has day passes for non-club members to enjoy their water sporting and recreational activities.
The RePubLk has come through steadily since they opened a few years go. The quality of their food and drinks have managed to stay the same, but somehow they aren't as great as they used to be.
A city hotel in the depths of Wattala. Rather nice place, but mediocre food and service.
Former home of Geoffrey Bawa (possibly Sri Lanka's most famous contemporary architect)
A tiny restaurant that serves up lunch and dinner, with a Sri Lankan and Indian menu.