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Kotuwa, named after the Sri Lankan capital’s central business district, aims to bring the sights, sounds and tastes from Sri Lankan’s streets and markets to the Singapore diner. It also means “fort” in Sinhalese, a reminder of the ancient landmarks built by Sinhalese kings and the Portuguese, Dutch and British settlers that have influenced the country's history, culture and cuisine.
Embodying Sri Lanka’s vibrant and generous dining culture, diners can expect bright, creative dishes made from quality ingredients that are as robust and flavourful as the streets and stories that inspire them. From famous Sri Lankan short eats, to a myriad of curries and housemade sambols and preserves, Kotuwa looks forward to spicing-up and invigorating diners' palates, one meal at a time!
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