Mythi's is a small streetside restaurant down Station Road, Bambalapitiya, that serves up some killer rice and curry.
At Rs 260, the Ex-Serviceman's Institute Bar (open to all) is as cheap as beer gets. Its all male clientele is actually quite well-mannered.
A whole grilled fish, a pile of garlic drenched prawns, some ice cold bottles of lion larger, the roar of the sea all to yourself on a weekday evening. This is what Haus Chandra/the Boat Haus Cafe offers.…
Heaven's Kitchen, which apparently used to be called Hell's Kitchen, is a small but obviously successful bath kade in Rajagiriya, just past the junction down the Borella-Rajagiriya road where…
If you've ever wondered what's in that long-ass ugly block of a building opposite next to Liberty Cinema - this post is going to take you through it - here you'll find handcrafts,…
The Gallery Cafe is one of those perpetually hip spots in Colombo. The ambience is one of a kind and the food is consistently good, but it will leave a dent in your wallet.
One of the best views anywhere in the city or the region, in an incredibly under-rated colonial property.
Nana's is the premier dining venue on Colombo’s premier public space, the Galle Face Green. This tented kade is a favourite for kottu and BBQed seafood.
A gang of hairdressers operating out of three small rooms on Vajira Road, with a branch in Mount Lavinia.
La Passion is a midrange, established hair salon
Siam House serves up reliable and tasty Thai-fare, and they're built for volume and deliveries.
One of the oldest Chinese restaurants in Colombo, Chinese Dragon does an okay job.
Bombay Sweet Mahal is one of many shops selling Indian sweets and fruit juice in Wellawatte. What sets it apart are their special offerings, like the multi-layered fruit cocktail (Rs. 290) and…
Malay Restaurant in Dehiwala is hugely popular, and after trying our their stuff we can see why. The portions: massive, the flavours: excellent and the prices: reasonable.
Good ambience, decent food, over-rated chili paste. Okay value for groups.