Sri Lankan Street Food on a Budget (<$10)

Who said that great food has to cost the earth? Sri Lanka proves it wrong! This is the country where not only you will embark on a culinary journey of your lifetime, but also a place where eating out will cost you less than $5, while eating excessively. Don’t fight the temptation – take a break from mild food, book the flights to Sri Lanka, read my latest street food guide at Kat’s blog and enjoy the spice!



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Agness Walewinder
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18 thoughts on “Sri Lankan Street Food on a Budget (<$10)”

  1. Daniel McBane - Funny Travel Stories

    I have to admit, in the past I always though Sri Lankan food was basically the same as Indian food, but apparently I was very wrong about that. I’ve been hearing so much about how good it is lately and I really want to try it now.

  2. Audrey | That Backpacker

    Mmm! :D I’m all over the curries as well, though I hear they are a gazillion times spicier than Indian curries.

  3. I’ve never experienced Sri Lankan food before but this all looks delicious. Reminds me of Burmese and Singaporean cuisines a bit.

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