With a beautiful ocean view, Eat, located at OZO, will become a favourite with those who love being beside the sea. Located on Marine Drive, this restaurant serves great food. The hues of purple interior give the restaurant a pleasant ambience for enjoying a meal. As you step inside OZO, the hotel, you will find the interior is chic, modern and vibrant, blending bright colours. It’s Eat restaurant is spacious and an ideal place to have a get together.
The main restaurant at Cinnamon Red, Flavoured, is all set to give your taste buds a royal treat! The food served is scrumptious. This classy, elegant restaurant is very vibrant and colourful. The atmosphere and food is going to make you feel heavenly. Flavoured provides international buffet, local cuisine, and a variety of grilled meats, pasta and other succulent food. The mosaic interior adds more colour to the restaurant. Mixing in hues of red and olive green interior, the whole place is filled with a pleasant ambience. An ideal setting to enjoy with family or friends.
Varieties of Asian cuisines are offered at Noodles. Capturing the flavours of Thailand, Japan, Malaysia, China and Vietnam, Noodles is ready to set the heat! This restaurant is ideal for a mini get together. The chef from Vietnam shows his skill in preparing a vast array of noodle varieties and producing over 70 different dishes. The interior is very classy and stylish, mixing in hues of black and straw shades. The glass windows give a good and calm view.
Alexandra & Ward is set apart from the rest of the eateries at Odel’s Promenade, designed with the unique touch of Dharshan Munidasa, Founder. Enter the restaurant and it feels like you have walked into an enchanted domain, chiefly because of the giant ‘birdcage’ at the heart of it all, glittering with strings of lights. The large glass windows allow the diner to enjoy the surroundings – the pleasant lighting at night creating a lively and appealing atmosphere. The restaurant offers diners a taste of three very different culinary worlds. Dharshan’s original Fashion Café has a dairy-free menu of health food. These include bespoke burgers made with kade paan dough, fusing Sri Lankan food with the American hamburger. The chicken liver pâté, made without butter, cream or any substitute, is smooth and nourishing. The Nihonbashi counter, a casual version of Colombo’s distinct and authentic Japanese restaurant, serves sushi alongside its set menus. Tori Kotsu Ramen, created by Dharshan himself, has the distinction of being ‘South Asia’s only chicken ramen’.The brothy noodle, a favourite of Dharshan, is served in delicious bowlfuls that are prepared with care and attention. ORO 1889 is where the Sri Lankan-Italian couple Nishan and Thilini Punzi create Pizza Napoletana and other authentic Naples fare. The wood-fired, hand-built oven for pizza was made for Nishan by a traditional craftsman in Naples. The whole process of craft- ing and shipping it was expensive and labour-consu
The atmosphere at Graze Kitchen at the Hilton Colombo is inspired by nature with organic sculptural features and warm natural earthen colour tones. One of the centrepieces of the contemporary design is the intriguing birds nest inspired chan- delier. The restaurant has four distinct dining spaces that offer a diverse ambi- ence with subtle mood lighting. The show kitchen experience, featuring nine specialty chefs, is the hallmark of the Graze Kitchen. This is headed by Chef Chamlie Waidyaratne under the guidance of Hilton Colombo’s Executive Chef Kazi Hassan. Talented young Sri Lankan sous chefs work with specialty chefs to provide consistent cuisine to diners. Al fresco dining on the deck is perfect for a quieter experience away from the culinary action. There are also two private dining rooms designed with a different style and features to suit the specific occasions. The show kitchen treats diners to an entertainingculinaryexperience,asthey select their own ingredients and watch chefs prepare their dishes to order. Chef Ong Yong at the Chinese show kitchen focuses on a selection of a different menu with traditional dishes with an innovative twist. At the India section, Chefs Chandan Das and Anil Raturi both bring to life the best of North Indian cuisine. Chefs Nopparat Teerapong and Nathathai Thongsumrit prepare traditional Thai favourites, while Vietnamese specialties are expertly made by Chef Khac Huan. At the Japanese section, Chef Hikaru
Park Street Mews is a converted ware house complex with cobble stone paved, pedestrian-only access. Among the complex of sophisticated restaurants, art galleries and a spa down the alleyway, the Park Street Mews Restaurant is a light-filled, warehouse space at the entrance of the cul-de-sac. It has become a popular place to relax on settees while enjoying a coffee or drink from the bar, or dining from a delightful combination of continental, tropical and classic dishes included on their menu. Park Street Mews also offers a variety of delicious desserts and a home made ice cream that proves irresistible.
Semondu comes from ‘Simoundou’, one of the exotic names Sri Lanka had been baptized with through the ages. It began (and continues) as the Sri Lankan Airlines’ caterers. But now, after the opening of their Dutch Hospital restaurant, food you could only have enjoyed at an altitude of 30, 000 feet can be degusted at sea level. The salty breezes from the Indian Ocean find their way in, whipping up appetite for a culinary adventure. From the high rafters hang huge, elegant barrels of light that softly illuminate the wooden tables. Golden melodies of Sinhala music tinkle in the background. The menu may not run for yards but they offer many cuisines: Asian, European, Sri Lankan, international as well as sea food, vegetarian and fusion cuisine. Their Nasi Goreng is a bowl full of pungently spiced red- yellow rice, to be eaten with generous chunks of grilled chicken skewers, a delicious crimson chili paste and fresh veggies. Their seafood is succulent and fleshy. We had plump prawns dipped in a lovely, slimy sweet chili sauce and Tartar dip. Semondu offers diners pipe music and free WI-FI. A large screen with projector entertains while food and beverages can be customized according to individual tastes of diners. They cater to many palates with food that takes you from one hemisphere to the other: Down-South Style Prawn Curry, Mexican Style Chicken Burger, Penne Arrabiata with Chicken and Dutch Club Sandwich. We savoured their Banana Split for dessert: hot caramelized banana scoo
This outlet of Sen-Saal offers an all-day dining expirience. A tantalising spread is available to relish.