Dao Krua Thai Street Food – Vegan Options in Colombo

Dao Krua Thai Street Food is a small roadside restaurant with a seating area outside offering Asian street food. We had lunch there a couple of times and both times absolutely loved it. The food was freshly prepared by the owner who is the main chef and the quality of the dishes was amazing.

There isn’t any vegan food on the menu but going through the menu you can figure out which ones are vegan (or can be vegan by leaving out one thing) and of course don’t forget to confirm with the waiter. We ordered kangkong (water spinach, Asian vegetable dish), tofu vegetables curry and rice. The flavours were so great that we came back on the following day and had lunch there again.

I can simply say that Dao Krua Thai Street Food is a delicious eatery in Colombo and you must visit if you’ve been in Sri Lanka for a while and want to give Srilankan flavours a rest. 

For approximately $7 per person, you can eat like a king (or a queen). They also do take-aways and daily specials.

Dao Krua Thai Street Food - Vegan Options

Dao Krua Thai Street Food - Vegan Options

Address: 618 Colombo – Galle Main Rd, Colombo 00300, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 77 960 3760

Food: 4.5/5

Ambience: N/A

Laptop Friendly? – N/A

Parking – Street parking on Galle road, can be difficult.

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by | Sep 7, 2018

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