Considered the only proper dine-in experience in Batticaloa, their Indian food is pretty good.
A restaurant by Sushi Bar in Rajagiriya, specialised in Sri Lankan food.
Sulthan Palace (formerly Rahumania) is a great spot at the Town Hall hub to get a delicious, cheap range of biriyanis, meats and even Sri Lankanized Chinese.
The food court of the largest mall in Sri Lanka! Explore the exciting options they have on offer.
Blackout Restaurant & Cafe is Colombo's first and only rugby themed cafe.
Beautiful interior and just it!
Another buth kadey that's easy on the wallet.
A decent Indian restaurant at Panadura, with quality North Indian food.
Dynasty is a fine dine restaurant in the Grand Monarch Hotel.
China Manor is a new hotel in Maradana with an authentic Chinese restaurant. Their crispy chicken is amazing.
Some excellent biriyani made by a home cook.
Chambers is Park Street Mews's newest restaurateur. They're a quiet, classy, unassuming spot that serves up the best Tagines in all of Colombo.
Flamingo Restaurant (which has been around forever) serves up an interesting mix of cuisines ranging from Arabic, Western, Italian and Sri Lankan.
හැබැයි මම නම් කියන්නෙ සති අන්තයෙ දවසක පවුලේ උදවියත් එක්ක මොරටුවෙ ස්ටීම් බෝට්…
Good place to try Sri Lankan Chinese & Chopsuey.
Awesome exterior & interior, service also. But main meals are? Even bakes & juices are good!
Curry Leaves is one of Colombo's oldest Indian restaurants, but remains mostly under the radar. Their strength lies in their biryani, but the rest of the dishes were pretty ordinary.
Havi at Pannipitiya is a good spot to chill with some booze, and delicious black pepper pork.
Established in 1957, Dindigul Thalappakatti Restaurant is a popular franchise restaurant comes all the way from Tamil Nadu, India.
A great place for a quick lunch or dinner.
Chola is a new Indian Restaurant serving some of the best Indian we have tried.
The Biriyani Restaurant is all the way in Armour Street, but worth a visit because their biriyani is amazing!
Aasife is good place to get biriyani in Ethul Kotte. The food is good and service friendly.
Expensive, but probably the most modernist Sri Lankan cuisine you can get.