Let’s do a quick test to make sure that you’ll love the food in Sri Lanka… Done! You’ll definitely love the cuisine of Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka’s food is known for its spices. Ever since ancient times, people from all over the world come over to trade in ingredients for food. This will make sure you’ll not just taste one culture, but a lot of them. Due to the influence of these traders, Sri Lanka has a rich diversity of different types of food and ways to prepare them.
Want to try out the Sri Lankan cuisine? You’ve come to the right place. At Withlocals, we are developing a new way of traveling. We connect you to the people who live in Sri Lanka, so they can tell you about their life, country and food. That way, you can really connect to their culture. You can even have a meal with locals!
Lamprais is a combination of a special curry, rice and meatballs, which actually origins from the Netherlands. The meatballs are actually “frikkadels”, which is a meatball containing both meat and mashed potato. This is then all wrapped in a banana-lead and baked.
Kottu is the fastfood of Sri Lanka. Its taste is irresistible. The main ingredients of this dish are fried paratha-bread, various spices and a selection of all kinds of meat or vegetarian ingredients. So whenever you eat meat or not, this is a dish you should try.
This is an exotic recipe with coconut. And it’s hot. Although it depends on the cook, this little guy might result in your mouth feeling like a volcano eruption. That’s because of the chili peppers that are a key ingredient in this dish. Combined with Tapioca, this is a sensation of sweet and hot.
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The Sun House Restaurant
100% of the tourists that visited this restaurant recommend it to others. Sounds good, right? This restaurant is full of the typical Sri Lankan cuisine. It isn’t expensive and the staff is friendly. There also is a terrace to ensure a special dinner.
This café offers all kind of Asian food. Not just Sri Lankan. It is run by a local couple, clean and the food tastes delicious. Make sure to try out their curry!
**The Fort Printers**
In for seafood? This place is for you. While it’s technically not just a restaurant, but also a hotel, both can be visited separately. The restaurant is praised for its seafood, of which Lobster curry is the most popular by most tourists. It is also a good place for having a drink.