Coffee Rooms – Cafe with Vegan Options Rajagiriya

Coffee Rooms has no vegan options on the menu but happy to customise their meals to suit your needs. We ordered pol sambol toasties vegan version (coconut and chilli without Maldive fish) with a portion of chips, served with ketchup and roasted vegetables. The dish was very good and the size was nothing to complain about. Prices are very reasonable for illy coffee and tea.

The dining area is small but pleasant with a modern design and a nice atmosphere. It’s very agile for when you want to get work done while enjoying your meal at the same time. The music is not too loud and the loos are very good (rare for Colombo at this price range). Plenty of plug points on offer which is also amazing.

Address: No.548, Nawala Rd, 10107, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 115 115 757

Food: 4/5 very good

Loos: 4/5 very good

Ambience: 4/5 very good

Parking: 4/5 secure and good but not great on a rainy day.

Cost: $10 for veggie toasts and coffee for two.

Laptop Friendly? Yes

Coffee rooms - cafe with vegan options rajagiriya

Coffee rooms – cafe with vegan options rajagiriya

I also visited The Four-Leafed Clover in Colombo. If you want to know my experience, click here.

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