What We Tried
From lagoon prawns, freshly prepared hoppers to tangy-spicy sambals like Lunumiris, we tried a delightful array of food as we travelled from South to the West of Sri Lanka.
Sri Lankan cuisine is a wonderful combination of local ingredients and styles, and Indian and South East Asian falvours. At Spice Traders at Anantara, we tried the lamb and fresh coconut appetizer with lime dressing.
A traditional sweet made around the new year (April 15), Kokis is a crunchy snack also had at teatime. A brass mould is dipped in a thin mildly sweet batter made of coconut milk and flour and then deep fried.
At Anantara, the batterfried lagoon prawns delivers the Sri Lankan love for salty, sour and crunchy elements of a good dish.
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