This is a popular hotel and the weekend brunches are well attended, so it pays to reserve a table. The selection is broadly divided into Sri Lankan staples, European offerings such as pasta and roasts, and a smattering of Oriental dishes. The chafing dishes are replenished regularly and quickly, but the local food is typically only lukewarm, eaten as it is by hand. Nevertheles a pleasant, relaxing atmosphere in a typically colonial venue overlooking the crashing of waves onto the rocks below. Strategically located ceiling fans help keep the outdoor heat at bay.
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