The restaurant is spectacular: it was once the room where tea was sifted and graded, and wood abounds in the decor. The nearby kitchen is where the tea factory's engine room was.
Favorite Dish: There are two menus: a sri-lankan buffet or a-la-carte western food. The buffet is the most expensive of the two. We had some a-la-carte meat - I don't even remember what it was, although it was pretty good. What I'll never foget is the desserts, and in particular the ice-creams... to die for!
For perhaps the most bizarre dining experience you'll have in Sri Lanka spend the evening at the Hill Club on Grand Hotel Road. This is an old colonial club that has changed less than most. I mean, it's only a couple of years since women have been allowed in the bar! The food at the restaurant is pretty good but nothing outstanding, but it's the dress code that you'll notice most. Shirts (long-sleeved only) and ties are a must and the waiters are dressed to the nines. However, it's more of a showy gimmicky thing rather than anything pretentious or snobbish - they're quite happy to lend you a tie if you haven't got one.
In Nuwara Eliya we only ate in the grand hotel which is highly reccomended there was a buffet breakfast and mouth watering evening meals.
This restaurant is along the scenic drive from Kandy to Nuwara Eliya. From the restaurant there is a lovely view.
Favorite Dish: Lunch was rice with different curries which you can put on your plate yourself.