Sri Lankan cuisine has been influenced by the Portuguese, Dutch, British, Indian, Arab, Malay and Moors. Tony experiences this cuisine in Colombo and the surrounding area.Go to Episode
2 Galle Rd., Colombo, Sri Lanka
At this hole-in-the-wall eatery, near the central market in Colombo, Anthony Bourdain samples string hoppers and coconut curry.
33 SCA St., Colombo, Sri Lanka
Barefoot Garden Cafe'
A traditional meal of beef smore and curried pork is served at this tropical location known for its celebrity chef, owner Koluu.
Galle Rd., Colombo, Sri Lanka
New Malay Foods
Malay Foods is known for serving Muslim fare on the fly to locals.
1276 Old Kotte Rd., Colombo, Sri Lanka
Foundation of Goodness Culinary School
Tony heads to the Tsunami-devastated village of Seenigama to visit a local culinary school that is helping locals learn valuable trades as well as helping them rebuild the town.
Temple Rd., Seenigama, Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka
Dutch Burgher Union
Tony heads to this spot to hang out with some Dutch Burghers and samples the local booze of choice, Arrack.
112 Reid Ave., Colombo, Sri Lanka