Best Place to Eat Crab in Sri Lanka

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Dishes made from crab is a delicacy for all the food lovers irrespective of the way it is made. Sri Lanka an island surrounded by blue sea is one of the best place to harvest best place. It is traditional and authentic ways of cooking fish and crabs in comparable to any other place. Similarly, restaurants around the country serving both locals and tourists offer many mouth watering dishes made of fresh sea crabs. Here, we list the best places to eat crabs in Sri Lanka. The list will be updated as we come a cross places that we can recommend. Raja Bojun – Sri Lankan Style Food Buffet Raja Bojun is a resturant in the heart of Colombo city. It offered main meals as buffet. Mainly, they serve Sri Lankan foods (Rice and curry, hoppers, string hoppers, etc). This place offers live cooking of hoppers – one of the famous food in Sri Lanka. Also you will get to see making “Kottu”and get a chance to eat them. I can recommend you – who want to devour few crabs – this place. The following leaflet provides more information and talk to them over the phone to get more information.

Hotels in Rathnapura

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If you are looking for a place to stay a night in Rathnapura or if you are planning a day-out in Rathnapura area, the following information about hotels in Rathnapura area in Sri Lanka would be helpful to you. Rathnapura is a town in Sri Lanka and it is famous for gem trade. It has many tourist attractions and considered one of the sacred cities in Sri Lanka. We will list hotel promotions in Rathnapura area in this page as well.

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David Wang

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Ishara

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Binari Swetha

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can+I+have+a+GIT+past+papers please?

A retired doctor

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Hello Adil,

I understand your concern regarding your health. Rather than getting 2nd hand information on the internet, I think you should best speak to the nephrology/renal units at various Sri Lankan hospitals and obtain the information straight from the horse’s mouth. You could try the state run National Hospital of Sri Lanka (telephone: 94-11-2691111) – where locals are treated free of charge, I don’t know how it is for foreigners. Or else there are several private hospitals such as Lanka Hospitals, Asiri, Nawaloka and Durdans. You could look up their phone numbers online and call them directly.

Regards,

weerasinghe

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No. She is a clinical psychologist, not a psychiatrist. But she will refer patients to a psychiatrist if medication is needed.