Mrs. C and I took some friends for an end of week feast, and the idea of Sri Lankan food sounded interesting. As it turned out, this place is basically a Malaysian restaurant, but it was a decent meal at a good price.
We ordered beef and pork curries, yellow rice, chicken wings, Szechuan green beans with pork, stir fried diced roti canai with beef and an order of regular roti canai.
The service was good and the chef himself checked on us at the end of the meal. Ambiance was just okay, but it was clean, including the w/c.
The food was all good, although the curries were nuclear hot, and we had trouble eating them. The curry sauce was really more of a broth, but I was told that is the style. In fact, the roti canai (both kinds) had the same sauce. The chef explained they grind the spices on site, and patrons clamor for the hot curries that they make from scratch. The chicken wings were very good, as was the green bean dish. Even the lowly rice had an interesting flavor. I almost gave 4 stars for the food, but the curry was just too hot, even though we asked for mild.
Will I be back? Maybe, but I will avoid the hot hot hot curries.