Milk and Honey Cafe – Vegan Options in Colombo

At first, we couldn’t find the Milk and Honey Cafe easily because the sign is not quite visible from the road when driving. What you will find is a children’s bookstore in Horton place, you have to walk through the bookstore and at the back, you will see the cafe.

Milk and Honey Cafe is quite small but very pretty and thoughtfully decorated. There are about four tables inside and a few are outside in the garden. The cafe serves fresh juices, vegetarian and non-vegetarian food, gluten-free and vegan options which are clearly labelled on the menu.

You can have a vegan breakfast, a few dishes available for mains as well as vegan ice cream, cookies and dessert.

We tried miso vegetables with tofu and rice, for dessert we had a banana cake which was absolutely delicious.

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Address: 44a Horton Place, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 11 2 696256

Food: 4/5

Loos: 2.5/5

Ambience: 4/5

Cost: Average ($15 for 1 meal, 1 dessert and 2 drinks)

Laptop Friendly? – No powerpoints but you can work.

Parking – Limited spaces at the bookshop.

I also visited London House of Coffee in Colombo, if you want to know how it went, click here.

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by | Sep 14, 2018



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