No.39 Galle Fort - Elegant table setting


Enjoy delicious meals prepared by the villa’s cook while staying here. You may either choose the regular menu which features local and western options, or opt for the Wellness Set Menus to be served to the entire group (full board/half board available).

All the ingredients for our Wellness Set Menus are sourced locally and bought fresh each day. Spices are hand-selected and ground especially for us in the local village. We encourage clean eating as well as the raw food movement due to its proven health benefits. Our set menus are naturally low fat and mainly gluten free.

We offer a selection of pre-priced daily set menus (breakfast, lunch and dinner) that you can choose from, including a variety of vegan, vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. The menus can be customised as per your dietary preferences and raw food bowls are also available. Our Wellness Set Menus are designed to be ordered by the entire group staying at the villa.

The villa can accommodate up to six extra people (non-residents) for a minimal fee. Send out the invites and call your friends over for a gourmet feast. Advance notice is required.

All provisions are charged at cost plus 10% service charge. Our staff will shop for you and keep receipts for your reference and payment.

History of Sri Lankan Cuisine 

One of the biggest draws for travellers, Sri Lankan cuisine dates back 2000 years and finds its roots in Ayurveda. Authentic Sri Lankan food is holistic, rich in healing spices and medicinal herbs with numerous health benefits.

Ayurvedic cuisine is almost entirely vegan, due to being developed over centuries in the central, eastern and southern parts of the island, which are predominantly Buddhist. As the cuisine evolved, fish and seafood as well as meat were introduced into the Sri Lankan diet. A typical Sri Lankan meal will only feature one non-veg dish and a number of vegetable sides with the staple rice.


No.39 Galle Fort - Exceptional cuisine
No. 39 Galle Fort - Sri Lankan dish with a flair
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