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As long as your neighbor makes excellent food, that can work out. That is the situation with Indian food in Sri Lanka. These good Indian cafés in Colombo offer food loaded with flavor, bends and tones that would make you fall head over heels in love for them. From streetside "salivary kade" to top-notch food monsters, there are a lot of spots in Colombo that you can snatch some dosa or a steaming hot pot of biryani. Here's a list of Indian Restaurants around Colombo:

10. Chana's

Chana's on W.A. Silva Mawatha is a bit North Indian café that has discovered its way into two of our Top-5 records (biriyani and samosas). So they're very acceptable. The menu at Chana's is pretty much North Indian. They've additionally got some road food like Pani puri and samosa chaats valued at around Rs. 200. Their naan and chicken roasted were features of our last survey.
Location: 50, W.A. Silva Mawatha, Colombo 6
Cost: Rs. 500 – 1000

9. Kandoori

Kandoori is my very own top choice for old fashioned Indian chicken biriyani. We got a significant part that is OK for two in case you're not in the state of mind to pig out. The chicken comes all-around cooked and unfathomably delicate. It's a mainstream family eatery, and they do a wide assortment of North Indian dishes and dependable Indian arrangements of meats.
Location: 17, Charlemont Road, Colombo 6
Cost: Rs. 1000 – 1500

8. Curry Leaves

Curry Leaves is one of Colombo's most seasoned Indian cafés. Their solidarity lies in their biryani. Curry Leaves looks like an old school, from the look to the staff to the menu and the readiness of the dishes. Their murgh chicken biryani (Rs. 660) is clearly what they're notable for – while it wasn't the best chicken biryani we've had, it was extreme. The encouraging points here were the light and fragrant, long grain basmati rice and the plenitude of all around prepared and spiced chicken.
Location: 68, W.A.Silva Mawatha, Colombo 06
Cost: Rs. 500 – 1000

7. Spice Coast

Spice Coast does very excellent biriyani and Indian admission on Marine Drive. In the event that their paneer 65 is any sign, their chicken 65 ought to be very acceptable. Singed and not beneficial, but rather a decent Indian grub. They likewise, out of the blue, serve a great clump of Sri Lankanized Chinese cuttlefish from their Chinese menu.
Location: 39A/1 Marine Drive, Colombo 4
Cost: Rs. 1000 – 1500

6. Shanmugas

Shanmugas is one of the most seasoned and most presumed vegan Indian eateries around there. They're nearly pricier. However, the food is fantastic, and the help is excellent. They offer a fluctuated and broad vegan menu with practically all the classics. We've attempted their tikka masala, ulunda vadai, masala dosa and bean stew parota, and it's all good stuff.

Location: 53/3, Ramakrishna Road, Colombo 6
Cost: Rs. 500 – 1000

5. Amriths

Amriths located between Vajira Road and Havelock Road is one of the numerous mid-end Indian choices around there. The food will not knock your socks off, yet it'll likely be superior to what you expect. In short, Amrith has solid vegan dishes alongside their naans. The meats aren't awful, and they have a decent reach.
Location: 147, Vajira Road, Colombo 5
Cost: Rs. 500 – 1000

4. Maharaja Palace

Maharaja Palace is another top-notch food Indian café. The costs are high, yet the segments are enormous at this point. Their food was, in every case, very great, and it appears they've made some real upgrades. Their chicken korma is beyond words.
Location: 1A, Rajakeeya Mawatha, Colombo 07
Cost: Rs. 1500 – 2000

3. Indian Summer

Indian Summer is one of significantly, barely any top-notch food Indian cafés in Colombo. The food isn't just about as extraordinary as at other Indian veterans like Shanmugas and Chanas; it's in reality somewhat milder and not as hot. Introduction, administration and vibe are very acceptable, however, so in case you're up for an extravagant Indian supper, this is one spot to consider, climate savvy.
Location: 42, Horton Place, Colombo 07
Cost: Rs. 1000 – 1500

2. Indian Chaat Corner

Indian Chaat Corner is one spot that stands apart among the others on this rundown since it's more a light meal bistro than a café or a kade. Rather than the enormous plates of biriyani and naan that you need to plunk down and prepare yourself for at other Indian spots, you get some incredible, legitimate Indian road food here. The puris and chaats highlight an assortment of surfaces – bread roll, namkeen (murukku-like), masalas – an astonishing blast of sweet and appetizing flavors.
Location: 43B, Haig Road, Colombo 4
Cost: Rs. 200 – 500

1. Saraswathi Lodge

Saraswathi Lodge is an old most loved one that additionally made it into our veg roundup. Arranged on Galle Road, this perfect, productive saivar kade is effectively available and consistently involved. They do a broad scope of value South Indian dinners, and you can have a very filling feast for under Rs. 150.
Location: 191, Galle Road, Colombo 4
Cost: Rs. 50 – 200