Taste Of Lewisham, SE13 5LD

Taste of Lewisham was a Sri Lankan restaurant and takeaway on Lee High Road in Lewisham. According to Google Street View, it closed down by April 2016.

The information below is retained for historical purposes.

Sri Lankan restaurant and takeaway on Lee High Road in Lewisham.

bob, Martin and Phil visited on a Thursday night in October 2009. There were several people in already but there was still plenty of space. They can probably seat about 50 people.

We started with masala vada (£1.25 for two), lamb spring rolls (£1.50 for two), and chilli chicken (£4). All of these were pretty good.

For our mains we had spicy lamb curry (£4.75), special non-veg masala dosa (£4.50), chicken kurma (£4), and idiyappam lamb kothu (£4). These were all quite good. We asked for some more sauce for the kothu and were asked if we wanted normal or spicy — of course went for spicy. The member of staff then went on to make sure we really wanted this, warning us that the spicy version really was very hot; they normally only serve it to Sri Lankans. It was well within our tolerances, but then again we really like Sri Lankan food. We accompanied all this with plain rice (£2).

Phil also had the honey and banana parotta (£2), which was interesting. Tap water was provided on request.

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Last visited by bob, Martin, and Phil, October 2009.
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