Bubble Tea has certainly created a fad among Sri Lankan's in the past few months and still continues to be at the top of everyone’s favorite list. Located at the center of K-zone, Ja-Ela – Bubbluscious has taken initiative to add up to the places offering Bubble Tea.
Simply saying – we loved Isso! They may have quite a few undetected minuses such as smaller portion of food for the price paid - yet overall they are two thumbs-up!
Located in midst of the jammed hotels in Galle Road is yet another spot for your average lunch or dinner. The New Amirthaa Hotel is completely a vegetarian hotel where you get everything, well, except meat.
We loved The Chaat Kade and we are definitely popping in for more and more of these mouth-watering Chaats and street food. You will have one of the best street food experiences here!.
Basically, Cookies have been everyone’s childhood favourite - from cookies bought from the store, the fresh ones out of the oven and to the designer gourmet cookies that are simply to die for.
Snow Monkey, introduces an old idea that has been alien to most Sri Lankans. In a tropical country, a decently priced drink that also feels like an ice cream, is a joy to the soul. Being a new store, it still lacks some of the key components to keep its customers happy, but being led by a team of eccentric young men, Snow Monkey has great potential to become a popular brand.
More Pressed By Aro, please? As they are only just exposing themselves to the madness in Colombo they haven’t got their own outlet as yet but until they do, they’re supplying Bakes By Bella and Tea Avenue at the World Trade Centre. We definitely are rooting for their own outlet because it could possibly mean a larger variety of cold pressed juices and maybe more!
If you're craving a classic Middle Eastern meal with a delightful zest, this home-style cooking is bound to be a good choice. The quality of the ingredients at the Lebanese Resaturant was undebatedly high and the tastes brought the authentic blend right to the seaside of Marine Drive.
We had a pretty wonderful experience at the food station, friendly people, good food and good times. You will also start getting concerned about global warming while sitting here if you haven't started yet.
Food trucks are the upcoming trend in CMB and it’s amazing to see our local favourite giving the true street food experience. We are definitely going to stop by with more friends or bring our foreign friends to show off Lankan cuisine.