The Four Leafed Clover – Vegan Options in Colombo

The Four-Leafed Clover is an Irish restaurant based on Maya Avenue with a beautiful and modern interior. We decided to pop in and check out if they offer any vegan options first before settling in for the rest of the afternoon and getting on with our work.

The staff were very pleasant, they showed the place by taking us around the cafe, reassuring us that they can definitely offer us custom-made vegan sandwiches. After choosing a comfortable place to sit down, the waiter took the order and asked us if we wanted something to drink. My husband wanted a coffee but the waiter said that the coffee machine was out of order and needed to be fixed. Not long after, a beautiful sandwich arrived with the platter of chips and by that time the waiter confirmed that the coffee machine was fixed and the coffee was ready to be served. It was a beautiful coffee, the chips were hot and crispy with tasty salsa sauce, the baguette with roasted vegetables was crispy, fresh and simply delicious.

We loved the place and after finishing the food we decided to sit down outside and enjoy our drinks. The member of staff was so helpful making sure we were very comfortable seating outside, he even helped us to find extensions for plugging the computer.

Tips: These guys can make vegan sandwiches on request. Always assume waiters don’t know what Vegan means even if they say they do. Vegans will find instances of “no milk or cheese.. we only use butter with coconut” etc. You can never be too careful.

The Four Leafed Clover - Vegan Options Colombo The Four Leafed Clover - Vegan Options Colombo

Address: 168 Maya Ave, Colombo 00500, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 76 169 0006

Food: 4/5

Loos: 4/5

Ambience: 4.5/5

Cost: Average ($10 for two coffees, wedges and sandwich)

Laptop Friendly? Yes, power sockets next to most tables.

The Four Leafed Clover - Vegan Options Colombo

The Four Leafed Clover – Vegan Options Colombo

by | Sep 7, 2018


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Inga became vegan in March 2018. After a series of documentaries that hit hard, she and her husband switched to a plant-based diet within a week and vegan soon after.Inga has a UK Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Diet and Nutrition. is a blog for anyone who strives for a healthy and happy life. We share healthy plant-based (and often oil-free) recipes and give you the best tips on finding vegan local food whilst travelling, promoting a plant-based lifestyle focusing on good health and spiritual wellbeing.

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