Kandy is a heritage city in the Central Province of Sri Lanka. It is part of Sri Lanka’s ever important Cultural Triangle which is made up of the ancient cities of Anuradhapura, Polonnaruwa and Kandy. The city is known as Maha Nuwara in Sinhalese and was the last kingdom of Sri Lanka which lasted until 1815.
Kandy is also famous for its artificial lake which was built in 1807 by the last king of Sri Lanka – Sri Wickrama Rajasinha. Its purpose is simply to beautify the city. Centuries later, you will still find Kandyans, tourists and visitors alike taking slow walks around the lake as the sun sets over the city. Street food vendors, around the lake, sell any amount of sweet and savoury treats for those enjoying the lake.
For a taste of “up-country” flavour on our menu, order yourself a (insert name of 2 – 3 dishes from the menu that are Kandyan). Our recipes for each of these dishes have been passed down the family of our head chef Roshan. He has recreated them with the same love, passion and authenticity as the meals he enjoyed with his family in his Kandyan home. We have no doubt that you will love them as much as Roshan has delighted in cooking them for you.