Our extensive menu offers you a beguiling mix of Sri Lanka's favourite dishes and head chef Ravi's Family recipes and signature creations.
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One of many famous dishes amongst Srilankans. Consists of meat (or vegetables) stir fried with Srilankan spices, onions, red and green pepper, banana pepper, green chillies, spring onions, garlic and ginger paste.
‘Virundhu’ is a feast on special occasion laid for guests. The traditional way of eating a meal involves being seated on the floor, having the food served on a Banana leaf, and using clean fingers of the right hand to transfer the food to the mouth. Nowadays, the same exercise is done but guests sit on a dinner table and have the same type of food. ‘Sappadu’ is a three course meal with rice, curries and a sweet dish
A Srilankan Dutch Burger delicacy that is very popular in Srilanka. This is Virundhu’s re-creation of the authentic Lampries, consisting of rice boiled in stock, curry, aubergine moju, seeni sambol, jackfruit curry, boiled egg and fish cutlet served on a banana leaf.
A savoury thin crepe that is made of fermented rice and lentil batter All served with our homemade red coconut sambol (Vegan option available, please ask)
Kothu roti meaning ‘chopped roti’ is a popular street food that has its origins in Batticaloa, Eastern Province of Srilanka. Godamba roti, vegetables, egg, curry leaves and spices are all put on a hot cast-iron griddle then repeatedly pounded using a heavy iron spatula, creating a unique sound.
Biryani is made with basmati rice and aromatic spices. It’s a one-pot wonder of slow cooked rice and curry combined together.
Hoppers are also known as ‘appam’, an iconic food of Srilanka. They are made from fermented rice flour and coconut milk which is cooked in a small bowl-shaped wok called ‘appa chatti’. The dough cooks thick and soft on the bottom, whilst thin and crispy on the edges.