Delifrance (Odel) – Vegan Food Options in Colombo

Delifrance – Vegan Food

My husband and I absolutely love Delifrance when it comes to sandwiches. Whenever we do our shopping in Odel we won’t miss this place.

This place is perfect for unwinding, dining and also relaxing. Almost all of the dishes they serve has a unique, authentic taste, that’s why we always pay this place a visit whenever we are around the area.

The staff is amazing here, they know what vegan means and are happy to help you with vegan options. The sandwiches are always made to perfection. Footlong crispy bread filled with roasted or freshly grilled vegetables and topped up with salad. The size and the filling of the sandwiches keep you going for a good few hours.

There is a food court by the entrance of Odel. There is only one of the outlets that offer a vegan option and we weren’t impressed with it. It’s not often when we pick sandwiches over local food but if you are here at Odel it is an exception that we recommend.

Deli france (odel) - vegan food options in colombo

Delifrance (odel) – vegan food options in colombo

Adress: 5 Alexandra Rd, Colombo 00700, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 112 676 860

You can find out about Life Food Vegan Restaurant here.

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