Whight & Co Cafe – Vegan Options and Great Coffee

Whight & Co Cafe is a two-story cafe based on Marine Drive by the Sea.

Plenty of options to eat although no vegan options on the menu but vegetarian options that can be suitable for vegans but seemed overly expensive what it was.

We asked for French fries and they were crispy and hot. Coffee was amazing and it’s their signature drink. They really do take pride in their coffee. Coffee has been grown in Sri Lanka since 1800 and since then the coffee plantations have been replaced by tea. So, since the new millennium, the company decided to bring history back and grow coffee.  The café has historical pictures and decorations about coffee, its production back in time.

Whight & Co Cafe has a very lovely atmosphere, large yet cosy spacious rooms with amazing sea view.

Address: Marine Drive, 24, Aloe Ave, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Phone: +94 114 383 236

Food: 4/5

Loos: 3/5

Ambience: – 5/5

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

Parking is available on the road.

I also visited the Tea Avenue with vegan burgers in Colombo, if you want to know my experience, click here

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by | Sep 7, 2018

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