Time Out says
Ministry of Crab has launched a new venture that dishes out more Lankan fare.
The dine-in ban has made it impossible to have an all-encompassing dining experience, but it shouldn’t stop you from exploring more uncharted cuisines.
Cocolombo is the latest delivery-based venture you should keep an eye on if you consider yourself an adventurous diner (or basically just bored of the unexciting meals you have every day). This cloud kitchen mananged by restaurataur Chandini Gulrajan (who brought Ministry of Crab into the capital) dishes out a more diverse mix of Sri Lankan cuisine prepared by native chef Harsha Madhuranga.
Order Signature Leaf (B390) to get a proper introduction to the food of the South Asian country. This set menu comprises jasmine rice and nine condiments such as coconut dahl, eggplant moju (pickle relish), and three different types of sambol (Sri Lankan relish). You can also pick a main curry from a selection that includes Black Pork, Chicken, King Mackarel, or Boneless Mutton (add B100).
The meal comes in sustainable packaging and with huge banana leaves that you can eat from, just like how Sri Lankans do it!
You can also opt for the vegan version (B320) or go à la carte. End your meal on a sweet note and have the banana bondhi and salted caramel, amusingly named THIS S**T is BANANA (B150), for dessert.
The cloud kitchen delivers from Tuesday to Sunday between 17:00 and 19:00. Order via LINE (@cocolombo). A delivery fee is applied depending on the distance.
|Opening hours:||Delivery between 17:00-19:00 on Tuesday-Sunday|