Good Market (Saturday Market) – Colombo (Shopping and food Options for Vegans)

This place is a small market but very busy with foreigners and locals alike.  You can see many stalls selling varieties of food, organic fruits and vegetables, clothes, hand-made items, jewellery and souvenirs where you can feel the local culture.

In most stalls, the prices are not labelled so you have to ask for the price.  You can find some vendors selling Srilankan breakfast or lunch but you need to tell them that you are vegan and the curry will be served accordingly.

You can also find fresh juice which gets made in front of you.  On several occasions, we had both breakfast and lunch and the food was yummy.

The market is only open on Saturdays so it’s best to come in the morning to make the most of it.

Vegan options at the good market on saturday

Address: Colombo Racecourse Mall, Nuga Tree Car Park, Colombo 00700

Food: Depends on the stall

Loos: In the good market shop across the road.

Parking: You can park at the good market store across the road.

Good market (saturday market) - colombo (shopping and food options for vegans)

I also visited The Thinnai Organic Farm in Sri Lanka. If you want to know my experience, click here.

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