An Irish inspired restaurant in Kirulapone.
168 Sea Food Palace is a veteran among Chinese eateries in Colombo and is still hugely popular among locals. They do a decent take on Sri Lankan Chinese with efficient, but the place looks quite run…
It's all about that char-grilled goodness.
London House of Coffee is a new coffee shop located on Gregory's Road serving Ceylon Coffee - roasted in-house.
Local biryani doesn’t seem to get the attention it deserves. If you think about it though those plates of saffron tinged rice are a central part of life for millions of Sri Lankans.
Tex-Mex here is too fast food-like for our liking
Latitude at Taj Samudra offers one of the more expensive lunch buffets in Colombo. While they don’t particularly specialise in a particular area, they offer a satisfying spread overall.
Kottulabs.lk does some good kottu in many interesting ways. You can place your orders through their neat website, and they deliver to your doorstep.
Compared to newer entrants Delifrance is overpriced and underwhelming, but they still do reliably tasty sandwiches and baked goods.
Besides one dish, Moon River gave us nothing to be happy about. We honestly cannot recommend it with all the new alternatives in Colombo.
Arthur's pizza is now a pub, too. They do their own take on localised pizza.
Mango Tree is a hugely popular Indian restaurant on Dharmapala Mawatha, serving mainly North Indian cuisine. The food is very rich, and quite good.
China Town is a little restaurant on Marine Drive that serves big sloppy portions of spicy Sri Lankan-Chinese and even some Indian.
Aside from their buffet, OZO actually has a pretty good a-la carte menu with an interesting range of dishes from burgers to steak.
Dinemore is one of the most popular local franchises in Sri Lanka.
Kitchen 06 serves up some good kottu, and rice and curry. We loved their Mix kottu.
The Om Space is a yoga studio located off Havelock Road, near the Royal Institute.
A tiny food joint in Battaramulla with some superb pork curry.
Great please to have a delicious Chinese meal freely at an amazing lake view
Food Studio functions as Colombo City Centre's food court. It's a lot more upscale, both in terms of ambience and price- so watch out if you're going just for the food.
As the name suggests, roast paan. Stuffed roastpaan.
Tintagel is a historic Colombo establishment with chic design and generally good (but pricey) food at its al fresco restaurant.
There's a new 1979 in Dehiwala now, with BYOB and Sri Lankanised Chinese food.
Since the only proper food courts we've had in the city have been at Crescat, Excel World, Liberty and Majestic City - it's with great relief that we welcome the new one at the brand…