- Karachi welcomes a new culinary delight with ‘Rich Food,’ offering authentic Sri Lankan food known for its flavorful blend of herbs, spices, and diverse dishes.
- Must-try items at the Sri Lankan restaurant include the iconic street food, Kottu Rotti, and the versatile String Hoppers, showcasing thin rice noodles enjoyed with curry, dhal, and coconut sambol.
- The star of the menu, Sri Lankan Rice and Curry, promises a rich and varied experience with its diverse flavors, making it a potential sensation among Karachi food enthusiasts.
The metropolitan city of Karachi is a melting pot of diverse cultures and cuisines. The city of lights now welcomes a tantalizing addition to its culinary landscape with the introduction of Sri Lankan food.
Sri Lanka’s food is renowned for its flavourful blend of herbs, spices, rice, vegetables, and fruits, Sri Lankan cuisine offers a unique and delightful gastronomic experience. The rich and versatile cuisine of the island country are a must try and Karachites are in luck, ‘Rich Food’ is a new restaurant in Karachi bringing authentic Srilankan cuisine to the city of lights. Situated in Clifton, the restaurant is the perfect place to try out authentic Sri Lankan dishes.
Karachi and food go hand in hand and people are always looking to try something new to relish over the weekend. The food from an authentic Sri Lankan family is currently making waves on the foodie radar in the city and people are intrigued about this latest addition to the list on wonderful cuisines we are already accustomed to.
Here are all the Sri Lankan foods you can try out at ‘Rich Food’ in Karachi:
The ultimate Sri Lankan street food is a local delicacy found in the streets of Sri Lanka. The process involves skillfully combining bits of roti (bread) with finely shredded vegetables or meat, infused with an array of spices. Prepared on a flat iron skillet. The ‘tak-tak’ sound is similar to what you’d hear at a restaurant making the popular, ‘kat-a-kat’ a local Pakistani delicacy.
Iddiyapam, commonly known as ‘string hoppers’ are exceptionally thin rice noodles enjoyed with curry, dhal, and coconut sambol. Originating in South India, they are a staple in Sri Lanka, offering a unique taste due to their thicker dough compared to other noodles. Perfect for breakfast or lunch, idiyappam is a versatile and flavourful delight.
Sri Lankan Rice and Curry
The Sri Lankan Curry is one of the most loved dishes, it has diverse variations and offers a mixture of incredible flavours. The blend of spices and different curries adds a richness to the palette. The dish is prominently paired with rice and fish but is also paired with various vegetables, delicious chicken, devilled sweet and sour curry, and the iconic Sri Lankan Dhaal and sambhol.
After Karachi’s hot-pot fever, will Sri Lankan become the new viral sensation for Karachites? Check out the video below for more information on the newly opened restaurant.
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