Amro Vegetarian Cafe -Vegan Options in Nugegoda

Amro Vegetarian Cafe offers home-style vegetarian Sri Lankan food and vegan western-style ‘Short Eats’. ‘Short Eats’ – A Sri Lankan term for finger food that is suitable for having on the go.

We particularly loved the vegetable ‘Chinese Rolls’ (they are not Chinese, except in Sri Lanka) are vegan and are delicious when it’s just out of the frying pan. You can also ask for a vegan Sri Lankan curry. (mostly traditional Sri Lankan food is vegan) and have fresh juices too.

Amro Vegetarian Cafe looks clean and hygienic. You can either eat in the cafeteria or order a takeaway.

The cafeteria is quite close to the road which can be a bit noisy due to traffic otherwise, the atmosphere is welcoming.

Address: Station Ln, Nugegoda 10100, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 114 343 366

Food: 4/5

Loos: n/a

Parking: Own limited space

Cost: Average ($10 for 2 )

I also visited Cafe La Defense in Colombo. If you want to know my experience, click here.

https://www.facebook.com/AmroVegetarianCafe/

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by | Jul 24, 2018

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