Sri Lankan food gets the adrenaline pumping rich in flavours, spices & textures. The aromas make your nose tingle with happiness and the spicy flavours will have you coming back for more.
Being an island with a tropical climate, coconuts, fresh seafood, vegetables and spices are the most influential components of Sri Lankan cuisine. Meat and Seafood are made into curries, BBQs or even dried out and coconut is used in almost everything from bread to salads and dressings. Rice and curry is a staple in Sri Lanka and the plates are always so colourful with a variety of different vegetables served around a centre piece and the master of all Sri Lankan cuisine – rice.
But then there is still so much more to try like many forms of roti’s, hoppers, kottu, string hoppers, devilled meats and seafood, kiribath, pittu, watallapan, vadai and the list goes on. Seriously this is a country full of colour and flavour so come with a big appetite and don’t be afraid of strong flavours.