Café on the 5th with Vegan Options in Colombo

We arrived at the Café on the 5th in the afternoon hoping to have some vegan snacks with drinks.

However, when we walked into Café on the 5th, we found the staff were cleaning up the counter and there was nothing available except three different types of pastries and one of them was vegetable roti which was suitable for vegans.

The cafe has a very spacious and nice seating area outside. You order at the counter and they bring it to you. We waited about five minutes for the roti to arrive, the waiter served them hot and they were tasty. We even asked for some more. Nothing much to complain neither to shout loud about the cafe. Roti and drinks were good. Unfortunately, we couldn’t see any other vegan options available on the menu.

Address: 108 5th Ln, Colombo 00300, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 112 573 765

Food: 3.5/5

Ambience: 4/5

Cost: Average ($5 for a couple)

Laptop Friendly?  – N/a

Parking – Own parking

I also visited Taj Samudra in Colombo, if you want to know my experience, click here.

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