Brisbane's Sri Lankan restaurants are ideal dining spots for those who want to sample a taste of this rich and diverse country. Sample spicy fish dishes alongside fragrant beef and chicken curries filled with vegetables and served with fresh rice and chutneys. And with Quandoo, all it takes to book online is a couple of clicks. It's never been simpler!
Sri Lanka is an island nation, surrounded entirely by the Indian Ocean, meaning the array of fish and seafood specialties are plentiful and have made the cuisine famous. With plenty of locally sourced seafood in Brisbane's Sri Lankan restaurants, you'll be in for a truly spicy, fragrant and flavoursome affair. At Ceylon Dine In Style on Melbourne Street you can find a wide range of authentic seafood dishes, including fish ambulthiyal (freshly caught, spiced tuna slow-cooked in a clay pot) and garlic king prawn curry with coconut milk and fresh spices.
Sri Lanka is a nation of curry lovers. The combination of traditional recipes and quality, fresh ingredients means that Brisbane's Sri Lankan restaurants are home to some of the best and most flavoursome curries you'll find anywhere. For those who like creamy textures, the classic chicken curry available at many of Brisbane's Sri Lankan restaurants is a good bet. Made with freshly ground spices and herbs then toned down with coconut cream, it's delicious. Or, why not try beef bistek made with capsicum, pepper and garlic, cooked in soy sauce and lemon juice and garnished with caramelised onion rings?
Sri Lankan cuisine lends itself well to meat-free diets, and Brisbane's Sri Lankan restaurants offer plenty of vegetarian or vegan dishes, to suit everyone's tastes and preferences. At Ceylon Dine In Style you can find a wide range of veggie options including dahl curry cooked in onions, garlic, spices and coconut milk, and for those who like things hot the ala thel dala of potatoes in onions and crushed chilli is a must-try. Whether you're a full time veggie or simply want to try something without meat,, you won't be disappointed in Brisbane's Sri Lankan restaurants.