Sri Lanka cuisine is as exotic as the tropical island. The varied ethnic communities have made sure food is a melting pot of delights. Listed here are a few must try food in Sri Lanka. The type of dishes that make Sri Lanka villa holidays oases of utter bliss.
A Must Try Food In Sri Lanka ? Dhall Curry
Now, dhall is a staple in Sri Lanka. The red lentil curry is an accompaniment to rice, bread, roti and string-hoppers. A lovely yellow curry that?s a real comfort food; it?s the type of dish that makes breakfast at villas near Galle the perfect start to a day of sun sand and surf. Galle and the rest of the south coast is famous for their varieties of roti, and when staying at a vacation villa in Galle you will enjoy a warm dhall curry with many other side dishes, cooked fresh by your personal chef.?
A Lamprais Is A Must Try Food In Sri Lanka
Harking back to the country?s colonial era, lamprais is a dish handed down by the Dutch colonists. A traditional dish from the Dutch-Burgher community of Sri Lanka, lamprais is delicious. Rice cooked in a meat stock, paired with chicken, a cutlet, onion fry etc. is wrapped in a tempered banana leaf to give it added flavour. A must try indeed!
Seafood Is A Must Try In Food In Sri Lanka
As an island Sri Lanka has an abundance of fresh seafood. When you book our luxury villas near Galle, look forward to mouth-watering treats. Our house-cooks will source fresh seafood from local markets to cook a delicious prawn curry, grilled cuttlefish, fish curry and crabs. You must try the ambulthiyal, which is a peppery fish curry, cooked to a dry consistency and a staple dish of the south coast.
Check out our range of holiday rental properties in Sri Lanka, choose the perfect villa and get ready for a gastronomic indulgence, coupled with loads of island vibes! Talk to us today and let?s plan!