Ceylon Curry Club launches new restaurant in Colombo – Offering Sri Lankan dishes

PUBLISHED Aug 12, 2021

Entrance of the restaurant

Ceylon Curry Club (61 Hospital Ln, Colombo 00100), which offers authentic Sri Lankan cuisine opened in Colombo on July 29.

Citrus group, the company that owns a resort-style hotel chain runs this restaurant. They started Ceylon Curry Club, which is specialized in delivering lunch packs last September. The purpose of their opening is to offer authentic Sri Lankan food that uses local ingredients and spices for business persons because most of them usually end up with instant food. The restaurant they opened this time is their first challenge to offer the eat-in style. The size is 2200 square meters includes a kitchen area. They accommodate 80 people inside, and the other 80 outside. Also, the restaurant has 20 tables for 4 customers.

The menu includes appetizers (from Rs.630), and main dishes such as meat and fish (from Rs.950). Besides, they have 8 types of curry (fromRs.790) include mutton and beef. In addition, there are also Hoppers (Rs.1500), local crepe, and Pittu (Rs.800).

Their first shop that opened previously helps the delivery section of this restaurant. The shipping fee is free if it is within 15km of this district.

Opening hours: 11:00 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. (10:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. for delivery)

  • Inside the restaurant

  • Curry from the restaurant

  • Pittu from the restaurant

  • Delivery box from the restaurant