Taj Samudra Vegan-Friendly Place to Stay in Colombo

We booked a room and stayed at Taj for one night because a friend was having their wedding reception at this place.

Everything was perfect. Check-in was efficient and a member of staff gave us a tour of the wide array of facilities. The room was spacious and comfortable to say.  And we loved the gym facilities which we used in the morning. 

The late-night room dining service had vegan options on offer but had to be specifically made for vegans. 

The breakfast buffet we had the following day was worth highlighting. They served the best meals! There were many platters of fresh fruits and juices along with tea, coffees, continental breakfast, and many other varieties of freshly made food.

Some of the food was prepared by a chef cooking and making it on your request. We asked for a paper dosa it was made to perfection, crispy and delicious which we had with various types of pickles.

All staff spoke English and we were able to confirm exactly what ingredients were. 

We didn’t have dinner there but the breakfast was perfect with plenty of vegan-friendly food 🙂 


Taj Samudra - Vegan Friendly Place to Stay in Colombo

Taj Samudra – Vegan Friendly Place to Stay in Colombo


Taj Samudra - Vegan Friendly Place to Stay in Colombo

Taj Samudra – Vegan-Friendly Place to Stay in Colombo

Address: 25, Galle Face Center Road, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 112 446 622

Email: reservations.s[email protected]

I also visited the Namaste Indian Restaurant in Sri Lanka, if you want to know about my experience, click here.

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