Dining at the glenrock

the glenrock welcomes you to a variety of delicious international and local dishes, prepared by our very own chef Ravi. Guests can enjoy the meals at the Peella Side restaurant, and also a barbecue by the river side or at the roof terrace dining areas. the glenrock assures the quality of food, as the vegetables used for preparing meals are mostly bought from the villagers in the area or extracted from the organic farm located in the hotel premises itself, ensuring that they are free of harmful fertilizers resulting in a healthy diet.

Peella Side Restaurant

Enjoy a delicious meal in the Peella Side Restaurant at the glenrock, surrounded by the picturesque background of the mountain tops and the gentle breeze passing by. Pick a vegetable of your choice from our organic farm in the hotel premises and our very own Chef Ravi and the team will prepare a sumptuous meal to enhance your taste buds.
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Riverside Barbecue

Enjoy a steaming barbecue by the river, giving yourself the utmost comfort with the river cascading down next to you and the birds adding color and music while you dine in style.
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Rooftop Barbecue

The rooftop dining area is also an ideal location to plan a barbecue in the night under the veil of the clear sky and stars, with the frame of the glorious mountains around you
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Flavors of the Sri Lankan cuisine

Sri Lankan cuisine has been influenced by many historical, cultural, and other factors. For example, the effects of the Dutch colonialists who once ruled Sri Lanka and brought their own cuisines with them; foreign traders who brought new food items; and the cuisine of Southern India have all helped to shape Sri Lankan cuisine. Today, some of the staples of Sri Lankan cuisine are rice, coconut, and spices. The latter are used due to Sri Lanka's history as a spice producer and trading post over several centuries.

The central feature of Sri Lankan cuisine is boiled or steamed rice, commonly served with a curry of fish, chicken, along with other curries made with vegetables, lentils, or fruits. Dishes are accompanied by pickled fruits or vegetables, chutneys, and sambols. Especially common is coconut sambol, a paste of ground coconut mixed with chili peppers, dried Maldive fish, and lime juice.

Traditional dishes of Sri Lanka is believed to be a balanced diet, as it is a combination of proteins (meat) vitamins (leaves) and carbohydrates (rice) Generations have passed down the secrets and tips of cooking such food with the belief of obtaining long age and energy. Food is served either in clay pots, or on a banana/lotus leaf ensuring the freshness and protecting the nutrition of the meal