Best Cafe restaurants nearby. Discover the best Cafe food in Kundasale. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Cafe restaurants near you. including Cafe Banana Chill, Buono, Natural Coffee, Cafe Aroma Inn, Mlesna Tea Centre2, Mlesna Tea Centre1, Gilbert Bros, Kandyan Rice and Curry, OakRay Heritage Boutique, Queens Pastry Shop
4 based on 18 reviews
We searched out this place for it's lamprais, on the recommendation of our friend who grew up in Kandy. It was well worth it, as the lamprais was completely delicious, equally among the best we had in Sri Lanka, and more closely aligned to the original Dutch-Burgher recipe. It was so lovely sitting there relaxing, that we tried a slice of chocolate and buttercream cake afterwards; it was also lush. Lamprais is not as widespread across Sri Lanka as the ubiquitous curry and rice. I definitely recommend trying it at least once while in the country.
OakRay Heritage Boutique are designed to reflect a warm, friendly and inviting atmosphere. Add to this, a menu you can ponder over for hours and you have everything you need to escape the pressures of daily life.
Pros:Located next to Temple of the holy Tooth. Seating on a beautiful balcony. Very nice staff. Within a nice souvenir shop Oak Ray.Cons:Food was disastrous: pasta was too soft, mushy salads. The charged 1300 Sri Lankan Rupees for veg noodles which way way beyond what you pay around.
This is a Sri Lankan homestay and we assure you to deliver a traditional Sri Lankan Rice and Curry. We kindly request you to inform us minimum one and a half hours before your arrival. This is to prepare your Rice and Curries before your presence at our p
The highlight of our Sri Lankan holiday was the opportunity to be invited into a beautiful Sri Lankan home (with a stunning garden) and be taught step-by-step how to make several traditional dishes. The dishes included Coconut samball, Fish curry, Water cresse and Dhall curry. We even got taught how to get the coconut milk from the fresh coconuts and grind the herbs using a traditional hand press.After the amazing cooking class, we sat outside at a table overlooking the garden to enjoy the fruits of our labour. Every mouthful was delicious. We really appreciate our driver (from D.S tours) suggesting this, as we would never have had the opportunity.The dishes have been easy enough to make back in London as we have been able to source the ingredients really easily.Thanks
I accidentally met one Italian staff at the main entrance. He recommended me this wonderful place. I liked the place so much. Their menu is included very tasty homemade food and healthy drink. I recommend you that you should come here around 5~6pm for sunset through the window. The stuff is very good, decor is interesting, the owner is super helpful and he made me feel special. Keep on your good job! Thanks!
4 based on 41 reviews
Mlesna Tea Center is a nice place to momentarily escape from the hustle and bustle of Kandy and have a nice cup of tea. They also have good desserts, try the chocolate cake. Downstairs there is a retail shop where they sell Sri Lanka's best teas. We came here twice and really enjoyed ourselves.
4 based on 56 reviews
We visit Mlesna Tea Centres in various places as we move around Sri Lanka because the quality of the tea is excellent and there is a good range of varieties from which to select. In Kandy the place is very clean and service is good. The Centre serves casual food and other drinks so one can enjoy snacks in pleasant surroundings. It is also an educational place where you will find details of tea plantations in Ceylon.
4 based on 286 reviews
Nice clean place. Staff lovely but disorganised. Why did I, and every table around me, have to ASK for the menu!! The coffee is good but what a weird and unappealing continental breakfast. Just me and I got a breadbasket which would have fed 6 people but the bread was stale and frankly pretty horrible. There were cakes, again far too many. Two pieces of the sliced cake had bits missing and looked exactly like someone had picked a bit off and left the rest.You need to remember what was on the fixed breakfast menu as it might not appear unless you ask.Watched while the chef chatted on his phone and had to be told by the waiter that the order of eggs he was putting on the pass was wrong. Those customers got off lightly as their eggs had been sitting getting cold for some time.Would go back for coffee but nothing else. Sorry waiting staff, you were so nice.
4 based on 685 reviews
We recently shifted our cafe to a new location just 200m away from the previous place. The address is No.84, D.S. Senanayake Road, Kandy (Next to Sarasavi Book Shop).
The coffee is very good here..I think there have best coffee in Sri Lanka.. we had ice latte and hot latte. The place is small but lovely. Upstairs is coffee bar and ground floor is Japanese restaurant..services was good..Toilets are lovely and cleanreat.
4 based on 417 reviews
By enjoying just one cup of coffee at Buono, you too can show your love and make a difference! Child Action Lanka transforms the lives of kids living in poverty through education basic needs, and most of all, loving care and support. Buono is supporting C
Chill place in a crowded city, really good coffee and breakfast. I totally recommend this place, specially because the of the fact that itâs not so easy to find a place like that in the middle of Sri Lanka.
5 based on 202 reviews
Cafe Banana Chill will be a healthy food serving cafe in Kandy ,The cafe will serve mocktails , fresh juices ,instant cappuccinos , homemade cowboy coffees and smoothies.Primary line will be Vegan Sandwiches, Homemade peanut butter on toast with avo dip .
Had the best avocado toast and mango/passionfruit smoothie of my life here today! Such a great place, it was the second time I came here this week. The Banana Man is really kind and is happy to adapt his recipes to your liking. Perfect way to cool down with some healthy and delicious food after a morning in the hot sun :)Cool I'm glad that you enjoyed the food . . Cheers â
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