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From the owners of Rangala Guest House in Sri Lanka, The Kandyan is a unique and authentic Sri Lankan restaurant in North Bristol. Chef / Owner Sam cooks dishes flavoured with homegrown peppercorn, clove and mace from their own market garden in upcountry Sri Lanka. With home-roasted curry powder (Sam’s sister’s secret recipe), fresh coconut and Sam’s innovative methods inspired by tradition, there is nowhere in Bristol like it.

 
 

Some of Our Favourites —

 
 

Cashew and Pea Curry

Cooked in coconut milk with spices including turmeric and cinnamon.

Hoppers

The most famous Sri Lankan snack of all. A hopper is a bowl-shaped crispy pancake, slightly soft centred, made from fermented coconut milk and rice flour.

Tofu and Mixed Vegetable Curry

A delicious vegetable variety including sweet potato, broccoli, carrot, and bell pepper.

 

Pol Sambol

A salad with fresh coconut and mustard seeds.

 

Brinjal and Pineapple

A sweet curry with brinjal (aubergine) and fresh pineapple in a sauce sweetened by jaggery (palm sugar).

Chicken Curry

Chicken fillets in a subtle curry with celeriac.

Rolls

Like spring roll in appearance. Filled with delicious Lankan ingredients and spices, served with mayo, tomato sauce or chilli sauce.

 
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Location

405 Gloucester Road
Bristol, BS7 8TS

 

Hours

Mon–Sun, 5 pm - 11pm (last food order 10pm) 

 

Contact

For bookings: 0117 942 0250

sam@thekandyan.co.uk

For catering, classes + other requests: 07947777645