Vegan friendly luxury resorts in Sri Lanka


Sri Lankan cuisine has a rich and varied history with a wide range of culinary influences. This island nation which is rich in spices, dates back more than 2500 years when it was discovered by the Portugese. The Dutch and the British followed and they all played a part in the Sri Lanka we know today. The proximity to southern India has of course led to some similarities in their respective cuisines, but anyone who says that Sri Lankan food is “the same as Indian” is oh so very wrong. They’ve obviously never eaten a Sri Lankan ‘rice and curry’ which is a dish that sounds so simple, but is a culinary journey in itself. They’ve also never enjoyed the delights from come from a freshly prepared ‘kotu roti’, or a platter of steaming string hoppers with pol sambal for breakfast, or even a sweet and delicious serving of creamy, coconut custard called ‘wattalapan’. Sri Lankan cuisine is very veggie friendly and with a few small adaptations can be incredibly vegan friendly too. Each of the dishes we’ve mentioned above can be created vegan as can many, many more unique and ubiquitous Sri Lankan culinary creations.

The trio of resorts we’ve featured below are each perfectly suited to cater for vegan guests, with a full understanding of vegan cuisine and a team of chefs that will go above and beyond to take you on a Sri Lankan plant based culinary adventure. The first one of our chosen vegan friendly luxury resorts in Sri Lanka leads the way and rightly so, as they serve food that is 100% vegetarian, in fact nearly all of their delicious creations are actually vegan, or very easily adapted to be vegan.

Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions

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