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    Ambassador Prasad Kariyawasam inaugurates Sri Lankan Restaurant in Washington, DC Featured

    September 16, 2014

    Sri Lankan cuisine is known to be one of South Asia’s most complex. While being distinct in its own right, it draws influences from Indian, European, African, and East Asian food culture, as a result of being a major hub in the southern maritime route.

    Due to its diversity, the Sri Lankan dining experience is sought after and appreciated by food critics and food lovers alike, and is becoming increasingly popular. Therefore we are pleased to welcome “Banana Leaf” in Washington DC.


    Named as one of the best ethnic cuisine restaurants in 2011 by Village Voice, Banana Leaf is known for its variety of dishes, fragrant herbs and spices, and its delicious yet affordable lunch buffet.


    Mirroring its thriving New York counterpart, Banana Leaf- Washington DC, is located at 5014 Connecticut Avenue NW, Washington DC 20008. Ambassador Prasad Kariyawasam graced the grand opening on September 13, 2014, as the guest of honor.


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