Stopped here on our first day in Galle, had a delicious curry and really enjoyed the laid back atmosphere.
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This is a lovely old courtyard with a bit of history. Food and drink is at tourist rates but portions are large. Ideal for afternoon tea on your visit to the Fort.
This place looks nice and tidy on the outside but do not let the looks deceive you. My hubby and I walked in for breakfast. We ordered the European breakfast for 800 lkr. Taking our order appeared to be a real chore for the waiting...More
I ordered the egg florentine. I had to take tea because they didnt have an expresso machine. The Nescafe powder just doensn't do itfor me. They didn't have brown toast as well. After waiting for quite a while to get our breakfast, it was quite...More
Stopped in mid afternoon for late, light lunch with wife and 3 young kids. Nice historic location with oldest oven in Fort Galle which used to supply the Fort with bread. Good selection on menu - both local and western selections. Expensive, but similar prices...More
We were at Galle and wanted to go to a nice place for lunch, walking through the streets of Galle in scorching heat, we weren't able to decide till we saw the heritage cafe!!! One look at the menu and the lovely heritage cafe board,...More
We had fish and chips and prawns and both of these were delicious and plated beautifully. Ended dinner with banana fritters, coffee and biscuits for 2. Fritters great and 1 portion enough for 2. The coffee and ginger biscuits very good. They do not serve...More
We came for 2 hours of Galle. On the Main Street we found a nice place for lunch, the heritage cafe. For the main course we had chicken in orange sauce, chips and vegetables, and the other main dish was prawns in garlic mayonnaise sauce,...More