From a little homespun Good Market stall to one of Colombo's go-to dessert spots, The Cakery is doing really well. They've managed to maintain their fresh ingredients and brilliant taste

We don't normally review events after the fact, but here goes. We went to see Yanni at Sugathadasa Stadium. He seems like a really sweet person, surrounded by some really

Most vendors at the Good Market have come out of humble households. Northern Palmyrah Trading comes from Jaffna and sells, as its name suggests, products of the Sri Lankan palmyrah (Borassus fabelliformis).

Easter is the celebration of the resurrection of Christ, but it's also a much-older Avurudu-like harvest and fertility festival. Hence the bunnies and eggs. Here's YAMU's guide to celebrating the

Smack in the middle of Sri Lanka’s prettiest colonial areas, the Galle Fort, Allora is an absolute delight. Serving a range of Italian food and located on the cross of good old Pedlar’s Street and Lighthouse Street, the restaurant is a good spot to grab a nibble while on an artsy walk around the historic Fort.

The Paddington is another mid-range coffee-shop which, while neither cheap nor original, has plenty of room to hang-out and a range of food and drink to keep you there.

Avurudu is coming up (quite soon). Here's a quick list of places to get traditional Avurudu sweets though you should probably order, like, today.Lakpahana Lakpahana (across from the Racecourse) takes orders

Lakpahana is still a classic for traditional gifts (sarongs, demon masks, painted elephants). It's a central location and not too over-priced, especially if you dig.

Clique isn’t the cheapest watering hole in the city. However, it does bring something new to Colombo’s severely tired and monopolized club scene.

Crimso is a crowd-funding platform that's hosting a presentation on April 23rd at the Park Street Mews, at 5:30 PM. If you'd like to learn more RSVP to support@crimso.com by April 18th, there are 60 seats available.

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