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Miris Restaurant in Mirissa – Delectable Dining on the South Coast

The quintessential spice in Sri Lanka, “miris” or chilli in the Sinhalese language is an ingredient most locals cannot do without. It is what gives dishes that extra “zing” as it were and will have your taste buds singing (or crying if it is too much to handle!) in delight. Apart from being an exotic spice, it also happens to be the name of one of the best Sri Lanka restaurants in the South Coast getaway of Mirissa.

The Miris Restaurant can be found at CASA Colombo Collection Mirissa and offers a culinary treat for foodies in search of authentic local dishes as well as western favourites. Being by the coast, means that this dining venue also serves up some delectable seafood, caught fresh from the ocean and expertly prepared with local herbs and spices. One of the highlights here is what is called the “Sea Food Market” where patrons have the chance to select their seafood of choice and have it freshly prepared to their liking.

Fusion cuisine is also on the menu, as East meets West in a sublime combination of aromas and flavours. A breakfast menu with Sri Lankan specials and continental dishes, delectable desserts and even tapas is on offer in a charming setting where you can enjoy a relaxed meal with family. There is an enchanting outdoor dining area too at Miris where you can enjoy a relaxed meal and a glass of fine wine with friends amidst the soothing sights and sounds of the sea.


Chandrishan Williams is a travel writer who writes under the pen name, Caleb Falcon. He specializes in writing content based on the many exciting world adventures that await intrepid travellers.


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