Mosvold Villa –

The hotel focuses on higher end dining, with prices to match. Ingredients are fresh and the menu is fairly diverse – think sandwiches, pasta, grilled meats, Asian dishes and seafood. Flambé is a house speciality, and dishes are cooked in front of you; the four-course flambé set menu is indulgent yet good value as it includes a salad, soup, main (fish, meat or seafood), trio of desserts and a glass of wine.

You can opt for a western or a Sri Lankan breakfast – the latter is excellent, and includes quite a few curries and sides so it’s like a mini taster buffet. The hotel has just expanded its wine selection (chosen by their in-house sommelier), and has a full bar; the best spot for sundowners is on one of the inviting sea-gazing chairs-for-two in the garden.


Full details are available from the link below:

Source URL: Travel – Google News

Leave a Reply

Note: Comments on the web site reflect the views of their authors, and not necessarily the views of Requested to refrain from insults, swearing and vulgar expression. We reserve the right to delete any comment without notice explanations.

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are signed with *