One of the oldest Indian sweet makers in the city!
A luxury wellness retreat overlooking Knuckles.
Started off as a humble food truck, Street Burger now has a nice spot down Marine Drive, along with ample parking space.
Flamingo Restaurant (which has been around forever) serves up an interesting mix of cuisines ranging from Arabic, Western, Italian and Sri Lankan.
It's all about that char-grilled goodness.
A funky little boutique hotel on the beautiful Weligama beach strip.
Royal Cashew is a kiosk selling cashew varying from different flavours.
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.
The original Kandoori before it branched out to Colombo (or so we were told).
Tea, waffles, cakes and more. Tea Ave initially opened up at Barnes Place: and this is their second (and newest) branch.
The go-to place for submarines since 1996.
Eastern Wok is a multi-cuisine restaurant that serves Chinese, Indian and Arabian food.
A mainstream Indian restaurant that caters to an assortment of dishes, ranging from Chinese, to the odd Macaroni, quail, speciality egg dishes and submarines.
Sizzlers by Barracuda is a meat-focused resto adjoining Barracuda.
Grand Indian is Nuwara Eliya's go to Indian restaurant . They serve up top notch North Indian cuisine at reasonable prices with impressive consistency.
A small coffee shop in the MC food court that serves up sandwiches and cake.
A tiny restaurant that serves up lunch and dinner, with a Sri Lankan and Indian menu.
Your regular Barista in a beautiful building.
Bliss lounge is a Mediterranean sheesha lounge which serves Italian and burgers, among other things.
Sameeha's is popular for their cheese kottu, and is one of THE places to drop into in Negombo.
Sells rotti, with sliced bananas and Kandos chocolate in the middle. They also have Lassi.
Solid ol' Saiva Kade in Jtown.
Indian Spice is a low-key Indian restaurant that shares the premises with the equally modest, yet somewhat dodgy China Town. The place may give out a slightly dicey feel, but the food actually isn't…