A gourmet bakery that serves up proper French bread and pastries at the House of Wines on Flower Road. They also have imported products, meats, and cheeses.
The newest addition to the Lavinia Restaurant now serves Chinese, Indian and Sri Lankan food.
A lovely little coffee shop which serves some great homemade bread, and refreshing drinks.
A Sri Lankan bakery chain.
Bellissima is all about desserts, and they are widely available. Their CBP range is unique and a must try.
Dumplings.lk is run by a Ukrainian home baker. We decided to try their Ukrainian-style Chicken Dumplings.
Despite the name, it's been around for a few years. However, it IS quite a good bakery.
A large and full-service luxury beach resort on the idyllic Southern Coast.
Cravings Cakery is a home-based baker that whisks up phenomenally artsy cakes.
Fine Things has been part of Hilton for years now. They are the one-stop for cakes and chocolates along with anything sweet and fine.
Tamu Bakery is a home based baker who uses the funds from bakes to facilitate baking therapy sessions for victims of gender-based violence.
Excellent coffee and small plates of modern Sri Lankan cuisine.
Nice, cosy café with nice, recycled furniture and a shaded terrace.
Tea, waffles, cakes and more. Tea Ave initially opened up at Barnes Place: and this is their second (and newest) branch.
Soft, moist cupcakes and cakes that are a good value for money.
A home-baker that serves a range of desserts including Watalappan, Chocolate biscuit pudding, and Jelly custard, etc.
A seasonal little cafe in Pottuvil's popular strip.
A home baker who specializes in amazing brownies. She also makes savory goodies.
Pretty macaroons and beautiful cupcake toppings, with a cartload of sugar.
A homebaker who makes one of our favourite choco chip cookies in town.
යාළුවෙක්ගෙ හරි ආදරය කරන කෙනෙක්ගෙ හරි උපන් දින සාදයක අපූරු වෙනසක් කරන්නත් RTM Delights…
E-Cafe has a nineties - early 2000s vibe going on, burgers, desserts, coffee, drinks, and bready stuff. All of them pretty good.
Small and underwhelming, EEAT is okay for a chinese roll and woodapple milkshake.