Meet the local and international food brands we’ve taken under our wing, and the creative foodies behind them. Our unique mix of eateries stems from the authenticity of the talented chefs, creative homegrown brands and franchises that catch our eye during the selection process.
The plans we have in store for them include growing the local brands internationally, so read on to discover their superhero origin stories, as well as some tips on their best bites, before they become world-famous!
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Appetising Chinese staples with spot-on flavours, China Express encompasses three stalls, each with its own flavour option. Xilan satisfies spicy local palates with that familiar Lankan Chinese kick, Mala Hot Pot serves a Sichuan specialty, and China Street serves Mao cuisine. China Express stays true to the bona fide tastes of Chinese cuisines, no matter what you crave.Download Our menu
Good old Sri Lankan rice and curry is what you will find at Jeewa's, with that memorable local curry taste. Starting out as a popular Good Market stall with items that sold out within the first few hours, Jeewa's is now a part of the Food Studio family, and patrons no longer have to scramble for first dibs on the ambul thiyal!Download Our menu
Shiok! is the creation of Dinisuru Fernando - a Sri Lankan who grew up in the food supply business and who went on to open his own East Asian eatery. On his travels, it was authentic Singaporean delicacies such as chicken rice and soy sauce chicken noodles that inspired him to share these nuanced flavours with Sri Lanka, truly earning the exclamation point in its name!Download Our menu
Named after a district in the Ranong Province of southern Thailand, Suksamran Thai is headed by the talented Chef Nishantha. Protein options include seafood, chicken and beef, and each set menu is served with a generous portion of fluffy steamed rice and accompanying curries. The basil and papaya salad in particular is a firm favourite of the restaurant's patrons.Download Our menu
Good Market mum Nani de Silva has captivated many a pop-up visitor's palate with her irresistible Indonesian flair, and she launched her specialty restaurant brand, Sumatran Spice, with Food Studio. Now with her own expert team to whip up Sumatra's signature Padang cuisine - including a to-die-for Nasi Goreng - Nani warmly welcomes you to indulge in the spices of her homeland.Download Our menu
The word for 'turban' in Tamil, Dindigul Thalappakatti Naidu Biriyani Restaurant was first established decades ago in 1957 in the town of Dindigul by Nagasamy Naidu. Now a famed international chain of restaurants, this distinct set of flavours originating from Tamil Nadu offers customers the chance to try a deliciously different kind of Indian cuisine.Download Our menu
The vision of Japanese restaurateur Hiroyuki Okayama, Tokyo Shokudo presents an exciting Japanese menu of all-time classics that are easy on the wallet, such as chicken katsudon. Run by the same team behind Tsukiji Uoichi at Arcade Independence Square, Tokyo Shokudo has a pleasing range of items sure to satisfy the Sri Lankan palate, along with a sushi bar featuring nigiri, maki and more, artfully prepared before your very eyes!Download Our menu
Hüseyin Turan was always surrounded by a variety of food growing up as a Turkish immigrant in Germany. Now the Turkish/German chef, based in Sri Lanka launched Twister, a mix of cuisines true to the chef's own identity. Customers can expect favourites such as pilau rice and submarines, but the most highly recommended dish on the menu is the lavash/shawarma.Download Our menu
Customers with rumbling cheese cravings can consider those cravings satisfied at this restaurant through cheeseburgers, mac and cheese variants, and a mouth-watering grilled cheese sandwich oozing with cheddar.Download Our menu