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A deep dive into the city’s food culture

Luxury Holidays Asia

Colombo Food Coma with Kids

Colombo is a cosmopolitan city that has been influenced by multiple cultures, faiths, and traditions over the years. A deep dive into the city’s food culture is a great way to truly experience the multicultural smorgasbord that is Colombo. Join us on the Colombo Food Coma street food tour to experience the colours, flavours and culture of a vibrant city that is home to a wonderfully resilient people.

Your host will pick you up from your hotel and take you to popular, as well as hidden, street food carts located in the heart of the city. Once at the Galle Face Green whilst you enjoy these culinary treats your kids will make kites with a local kite vendor and fly them in the open field with local kids. You will get the opportunity to sample some deliciously unique treats that are bound to set your senses alight. Your night will end at one of Colombo’s oldest and most popular dessert spots. We are certain that by this time, you will definitely be in a food coma!

Your Host

Your host has been working in the tourism sector for the past five years and is passionate about creating great experiences for those who visit the beautiful island of Sri Lanka. A self-taught chef and foodie at heart, he loves sharing his passion for all things culinary with others.

Things to Know

Includes: Kite making for the kids, street food dinner, street food snacks, beverages, transport and good company

Group Size: 2 – 15 PAX

Duration: 3 hours

Difficulty: Very easy

Suitable for children: Yes. 6 years and above

Meeting time: 5 PM

What to wear or bring along: Your camera and yourself.

Important info: You will be trying out a variety of local street food, but remember that it’s not mandatory to try each item. As the tour is vegetarian, vegan and celiac friendly, suitable alternatives can be provided. However, you would need to let us know your dietary restrictions and allergies in advance. Take note that the tour is a walk combined with short transfers in tuk tuks.

Making the most of it: Be open minded and adventurous. You are welcome to interact with your host and ask as many questions as you need.

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