Treat of Tropical Sri Lankan Cuisine: Kaemasutra by Jacqueline Fernandez

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Co-owned by Judwaa 2 star Jacqueline Fernandez and situated in the Shangri-La hotel of Colombo, Sri Lanka. Kaemasutra is the perfect choice to feast on the Sri Lankan cuisine. Sri Lankan cuisine which has been shaped by many historical and cultural factors is all about exotic spices, vast variety of meat and a unique cooking style. Sounds delicious, isn't it?

Sun, sand and good food!

Well! You would be surprised to know that it isn't over-priced at all. In fact, Kaemasutra offers a vast variety of traditional Sri Lankan dishes along with 'A-class' service. Don't you believe us? Therefore, we have listed some of the boons of dining at this fine restaurant to make you believe that 'Kaemasutra' is indeed one of the hottest diners in Sri Lanka.

Best tropical culinary skills


One of the best features of this fine dining spot is that along with diva Jacqueline, Kaemasutra is co-owned by celebrity chef Dharshan Munidasa. He owns Sri Lanka's two of the most successful restaurants; Nihonbashi and the Ministry of Crab. Now it won't be wrong to say that it is in the hands of the most deserving one.

Splendid tropical interior


This place being co-owned by a celebrity chef is not good only for its food. However, its interior and exquisite art works are completely going to win you over while you feast on a tropical fish curry. And the food is good indeed.

Ambul Thial trick


Sri Lankan fish curry or natively known as 'Ambul Thial' is an exotic curry based dish. Along with high quality tuna and exotic spices to flavor, Kaemasutra offers you an 'on-table' preparation of the dish. The whole idea of this 'on-table' preparation trick is that it lets you indulge in its making and hygiene which are remarkable.

Reasonably priced


Sri Lankan cuisine is full of combos which make up to full meals. One of such delicious Sri Lankan combo is Lamprais or lump rice. This dish is one of the most celebrated ones in Sri Lanka and hence is a complete treat. Well do not be surprised if we tell you that at this luxurious diner you can get a full Lamprais at an affordable price of Rs 800/- Sri Lankan rupee. (1 Sri Lankan rupee = 0.42 Indian rupee)


It is really difficult to say why not to go to this restaurant, if you have a thing for Sri Lankan cuisine and are present in Colombo, Sri Lanka. For some reasons, we do believe that 'Kaemasutra' is going to be Colombo's next social hotspot.

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