Koggala places to visit

Eating Well in Galle

Beach vibes, natural beauty and a soulful atmosphere makes Galle a top destination for holidaymakers. The city is home to some of the best villas in Sri Lanka and the number of ritzy restaurants located in the Fort area makes it a foodie paradise.

Fort Printers

A dignified 18th century mansion is home to the Fort Printers. Elegantly designed, the restaurant interior is decorated with antique art and black and white photos of Ceylon in the olden days. Sweet-smelling frangipani trees line the courtyard and the entire structure seem to take guest back to step back in time. In fact, the atmosphere is just as beautiful as that of one of the olden touristic villas in Sri Lanka. The menu at Fort Printers is just as stylish and made from organic local produce. You can enjoy Sri Lankan dishes, Mediterranean-inspired fare and seafood dishes at their restaurant.
for more info: www.thefortprinters.com

The Tuna and the Crab

The Tuna and the Crab was opened in 2014 and it specializes in Japanese fare and seafood. The restaurant is located at the Galle Dutch Hospital. You can experience a unique blend of traditional Japanese cuisine with contemporary methods at the Tuna and the Crab. The restaurant’s soy sauce sashimi and creamy and subtly infused crab pasta are two of its popular concoctions.
for more info: www.thetunaandthecrab.com


Amangalla is an old colonial building turned modern resort. Guest can enjoy a ritzy dining experience at its high-ceilinged, extensive dining room furnished with period furniture, antique silverware and white linen. Chefs at Amangalla visit the market daily to source fresh produce to design the entire day’s menu. Once they return from the market, it is straight into the business of cooking up sumptuous Sri Lankan dishes. Amangalla offers cooking lessons to interested guests. If you decide to go to Amngalla for dinner, sit by the swimming pool to enjoy the sights and sounds of fire dancers and flute players.
for more info: www.aman.com

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