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7 Must-Eat Restaurants & Street Food Stalls in Pasikuda - Eating the Local Way!

Eating at local food outlets and experiencing street food are the simple joys of a vacation. Eating has always connected people across the borders. The serene and laid back nature of Pasikuda in the Eastern coast of Sri Lanka is a place for rest and relaxation combined with plenty of food to indulge in. Check out these local fine dining restaurants and street food outlets in the locality.


Vasuki Guest House

Vasuki has a reputation for its friendly service and delicious local cuisines. Whilst holidaymakers cannot stop raving about its rice and curry with vegetarian dishes such as eggplant curry and seafood specialities such as crunchy cuttlefish, spicy prawn and crab curries which are sure to delight your taste buds.


Inn on the Bay

Amongst the few hotels in Passikudah, The Inn on the Bay is most probably one of the oldest guest houses in Pasikudah. This cabana style inn offers delicious local and western cuisine suited to the likings of its guests. The seafood is always fresh and the seafood platter is sure to be the most sought after dish you'll want to get your hands on.


Captain Seafood

Captain Seafood offers fresh seafood dishes and a delicious selection of cocktails which is their signature offering. Apart from the friendly service, the place organises tours and safaris for its guests through an experienced tour guide.


Machang Pasikudah

Does the idea of a chilled beer with a side dish of batter-fried cuttlefish and devilled chicken entice you? Then your go-to place is none other than 'Machang' (local slang for 'friend'). This is an ideal hangout for booze and food. Drop-in as and when you want to get away from the resorts or guest houses.


Dine on the Barge

Dine on the Barge at the Amethyst Resort Pasikudah is a private dining area made on a floating pontoon. This candlelit dinner is nothin but romantic with the serene waters beneath the boat with the sunset at the distance. The table needs to be booked 24 hours prior to the actual date and will cost around USD 45 per person.


Roys Inn Guest House

Located in a calm environment and a few minutes away from the beach, Roys Inn is a homely hangout to taste home-cooked local dishes. The food is served fresh and hot with a friendly and welcoming staff. The guesthouse is open for all three meals from 8 am to 11 pm.


Reef Café

The Reef offers an all-day dining experience with its delectable a la carte menu inspired by local, Thai and Mediterranean flavours. The fusion delights are more than just a treat. Head on to the Reef for a luxury treat in the locality.