The dome shaped restaurant focuses on sculptural elements made of coated mud brick that incorporates niches for tables and seats. To counterbalance the simplicity and weight of the mud brick, copper highlights are added throughout. Above the tables organically shaped copper shades resemble floating rocks.
Breakfast features a wide array of traditional Sri Lankan & international breakfast favourites. Lunch is a la carte with perennial favourites with a wild coast twist, comfort food, healthy options & more. Dinner is a wondrous affair featuring unique fare inspired by nature and the freshness of local produce.
Menus 10-100 USD
terminology: t. = tax, s.n.i. = service not included, s.i. = service included
This property was not born in isolation: the project from which it came also bore two sister foundations; responsible for helping children and local communities live and develop with dignity.
Business is a matter of human service”, repeats the founder of this property. And annually he puts his words into action with his two foundations: the MJF Charitable Foundation, specialised in social justice, and Dilmah Conservation for environmental protection. Helping women and children from poor areas, setting up early years centres, rebuilding programs after the tsunami, and also founding elephant orphanages and the Dugong protection plan (a marine mammal facing extinction). Protecting the natural and human heritage of the island are the real reasons why this property exists.