Tasty and spicy food is found in abundance in Sri Lanka, with a wide choice of cuisine to choose from.
The Portuguese, Dutch and British delicacies as well as the Indian, Arab, Malay and Moor traders have all contributed to the variety of Sri Lankan cuisine.
Sri Lankan cuisine ranges from mild and subtly flavoured dishes to hot and spicy ones. The food is flavoured with a variety of herbs and spices, garlic, ginger, lemon grass and even roasted an unroasted curry powder, which is prepared by blending at least five different ingredients, just to name a few.
And what better way to celebrate the national day by indulging in a full array of Sri Lankan cuisine that is cooked up by Tourism Legend Chef Pubilis himself? Today Pubilis has become a household name. ‘Ape Kema’ on Sunday nights and especially to celebrate our National Day – 4 February for dinner, will be dedicated to authentic Sri Lankan food in all its glory.
The tastes of unity with over 30 varieties of dishes including favourites like hoppers, stringhoppers and pittu and authentic condiments with great dishes like Chef Pubilis’ very own chicken dummassa, maldive fish sambol, beef cutlets, ghee rice, pork black pepper, mutton chutty roast, dolos mahe salad, waraka gini sisila (flambé) and even his specialty of lamprais are just a few to mention that will be yours to indulge for Rs. 2,250 nett at the Governor’s Restaurant.