Café La Defense – Vegan Options in Colombo

Café La Defense is a small cafe with good seating areas. There were only three vegan options on the menu: a veggie sandwich which you need to ask to prepare without butter, potato wedges and pol sambol sandwiches which were not available.

If you are coming to do some work on your laptop Café La Defense is not the best place in terms of lighting but you can find plug points to charge your computer.

We were planning to work until late evening but had to leave earlier.  Because the restaurant’s member was chopping vegetables at the “meet and greet” area possibly for the next day. The smell of onions was so overpowering in the seating area that it started to sting my eyes and we had to leave immediately.

Café la defense - cafe with vegan options in colombo

Café la defense – cafe with vegan options in colombo

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Address: 124 Park Rd, Colombo 5, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 115 977 787

Food 3/5

Loos: 3/5

Ambience: 3/5

Cost: Average ($10 for snack and coffee)

Laptop Friendly? Yes, power sockets next to most tables.

I also visited Calorie Counter in Colombo. If you want to know my experience, click here.

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