When it comes to Indian cuisine you automatically think of the old favourites from Punjab, Bengal, and Kashmir as well as other regions of India. When it comes to Chinese, you think of varieties of Far East cuisine such as, Cantonese, Malaysian, Thai as well as foods from mainland china. However, what doesn’t readily spring to mind is that large populations of oriental communities migrated and settled in North Eastern India over the centuries.
As the early migrants travelled south through the Himalayas and established themselves in the new regions, the culture and culinary tastes they brought with them blended with local populations and a new cuisine was born. From its original humble beginning, Indochinese food has moved through the continents and is now enjoyed in many parts of the world.
At Indo restaurant, your taste buds will experience a fusion of Sri Lankan and Indian cuisine packed with Chinese spices and fiery flavours that will leave you wanting more.