Chutneys – Cinnamon Grand Colombo (Vegan Options)

Chutneys menu is divided between the four Southern states of India offering a variety of distinct flavours. The vegetarian selection is very good, but for vegans, you’d need to speak to the waiters and insist on asking them to confirm with the chef (something that all Hotels by Cinnamon appear to be comfortable with). Not all chefs understand Vegan and you may need to explain. Check out the free guide on the website to avoid confusion.

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Chutneys - cinnamon grand colombo (vegan options)

Chutneys – cinnamon grand colombo (vegan options)

Vegan Lanka Tip: Prices on the menu are exclusive of tax. Prices are reasonable: we averaged $20 per person in total.

Food: 5/5

Loos: 5/5

Ambience: 5/5

Parking: Vallet parking or Cinnamon Grand Underground parking

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

https://cgflavours.cinnamonhotels.com/product-category/chutneys/

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