Hebrews Cafe – Vegan Options in Rajagiriya

One day my husband and I decided to visit Hebrews Cafe. We pass by this place and we were curious to find out if anything was available for breakfast for vegans. As soon as we walked in we wanted to see the menu and see the selection of coffees they had. 

When we started ordering we saw a vegetarian English breakfast on the menu and asked the owner to make it vegan-friendly for us. But the owner advised that the hash browns were not vegan and the English breakfast wasn’t suitable for vegans. Thanks to his honesty we were happy to try out anything else he had to offer. He prepared a portion of salad with French fries and we also ordered fresh juice and a cup of coffee.

Hebrews Coffee seems to be like a nice cafe, everything was in order when the owner was around. The service was efficient and our breakfast was good. 

Hebrews

Address: Sri Jayawardenepura Kotte, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 112 889 009

Food: 3/5 (no vegan options)

Loos: 3.5/5

Ambience: 3.5/5

Cost: Average ($5 for a portion of salad, fries and 2 drinks)

Parking: Plenty of parking around

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