Saraswathie Lodge

191, Galle Road, Bambalapitiya, (Colombo 04), Colombo

Restaurant Information

Serving Cuisines: South Indian, Pure Vegetarian

Today: 06:30 AM – 10:30 PM

Price Range Approx Rs. 500 for two people.

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Facilities

  • Dine-In
  • Take-Away
  • Pure-Vegetarian
  • Happy Hours
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Live Performances
  • Wifi Internet
  • Smoking Area
  • Serves Halal Food
  • Credit-Cards
  • Parking Area
  • Delivery Available
  • Family Friendly
  • Airconditioned
  • Bar Available
  • Buffet

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Reviews (20) Recent Popular

Bamba Zillah

Had a peaceful meal at this place today. Paper Dosai and Masala Dosai were really good. We were told that the masala dosai would serve one,but I,a grown male, had difficulty having one full. I'm not a vegetarian but I would go vegetarian if I had food from here everyday.

Service is good. They attended to us with a smile and were never rude. their patience is admirable too. took only about 5 minutes to serve. gotta say, that Sambaru is awesome! Would eat again.

Payton Summers

It's your average Indian restaurant. No air con obviously. But good service, food is good as well even though its vegetarian. But ahh, the ever present spicy factor of South-East Asian food! Still don't get how they can eat such spicy stuff!

Gotta try their tea with (Buffalo?) milk. It's DELICIOUS! Very creamy, smooth and a lil' on the sweet side.

Anonymous User

Good Place for a change and budget price....

Tharshan Venkadesan

Been there once.

We were too late after watching a movie and went to Chinese Dragon Cafe, but it was closed. so we went here instead because it was late and all of us were so hungry and tired. The food and quality was fine. but the washroom was messy. the staffs are not bad. price range is low compared to the portion and quality.

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