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'Cube and Colour' at Barefoot features a collection of patchwork and weavings by the Barefoot design team and a retrospective of Barbara Sansoni–Lewcock’s textiles sculptures.
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 pistachio flavours.
Han Gook Gwan does a authentic take on Korean cuisine at a reasonable price. You'll most likely be walking away with a new found love for Korean cuisine.
Tiny little cafe with excellent froyo and plenty sandwiches, juices, smoothies, coffee and tea. Roast paan is on point.
This place does a decentish bath packet for around Rs. 170. Samba rice, dahl, a couple of vegetables curries (gotakola, beetroot, snake-gourd, etc) and sometimes soya, wrapped up with your choice of chicken or fish
This is one of the more upmarket eating establishments on Vauxhall. It looks clean and professional: tiled and terrazzo floors, glass windows and an extensive, clearly printed menu on the wall. You can order from the menu but most of the food is already prepared: mounds of fried rice, plain samba rice, biriyani, nasi goreng, curries, veg.
Sandwich Factory does American comfort food in a 50s-styled restaurant in Colombo 7.
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 the corner or grab a quick bite sort of place.