We look forward to your visit! A booking is also useful to avoid waiting times. So, best to secure your gratis reservation right away.
We visited this restaurant in July with a few friends who highly recommended the food. We weren't disappointed! Having never had Sri Lankan, we ordered a variety of food and were pleased that they offered a scale for spiciness as I have a low-ish tolerance for spice (even though I enjoy it!). Everything was cooked to our preference - so for those who are not familiar with or used to extremely spicy food, there is still plenty to choose from and they are very accommodating. There was great variety in the menu, the food was fantastic and the flavours were incredible. The atmosphere was lovely, we were seated upstairs where it was quiet and comfortable. Service was quick. Recommend ordering a few dishes to go around as we found the food on the small size and more suited to sharing. Will definitely be back next time we are in Geelong.
Disappointed, especially after an unsolicited glowing testimonial by someone in the street. The giveaway was when I was asked to choose the "spiciness" of the dish on a 1 to 10 scale. Now I ain't no foodie but I do know for the food to be truly Sri Lankan the meat/fish is cooked in the spices - they are not added as an afterthought at the discretion of the diner. Each authentic dish has its own level of spiciness or flavour.Do the British make Yorkshire Puddings with chilli just because somebody likes it that way? This is anglified Asian cooking at its worst and bears very little resemblance to the true item. I have eaten Sri Lankan food in the country of origin so have some familiarity with the cuisine. I might also add that when my wife asked for an 8 but was talked out of it because the staff thought that it would be too spicy. The result?......Disappointing..
Heard about this small restaurant, and have returned three times, as a couple, a family of ten, and for takeaway. Each style served efficiently and warmly. Always busy but hostess is all over the two floors. Even my darling, noisy, slightly unfocussed family could not really rattle her.Sri Lankan style, and a nice departure from the usual Northern Indian cuisine we see in Australia. Flavours are clean and robust. Green apple, sultana and cashew salad, is a first timer must. I was blown away by the amount of vegetarian options, and the nut curry is a real find...I am slightly addicted to it, now!Small bar menu, but it is not the style of the restaurant to have an extensive list. The excellence is evident in the meals. This is a culture where vegetables are not a side dish.Ring ahead and order string hoppers and coconut sambl, if you are into this style of cooking. If you get confused over choice, start at one end and keep returning - it's all good.
Recently came across Infusion Cafe whilst visiting electrical store in Moorabool Street. Totally agree with ruthlk40 comments. A newly opened cafe and although small in area, the cafe is big with their freshly made variety/types of food from savoury meals to delicious cakes & slices which they bake on premises and also serve great coffee. Totally enjoyed the fresh home made muffins - delicious. They have both dine-in and also takeaway menu. The cafe is very clean and staff very polite and helpful. Although the cafe is slightly hidden as fronts an electrical store, once located it's totally worth a visit - I'm sure you'll enjoy as we did.
Great service, very fast. Beautiful staff is always happy and inviting. The menu is fantastic. We are there for every Saturday morning there, it's delicious. The prices are very reasonable and I also tried their take meals that are excellent, great value. Most importantly, the coffee is best. I love this place :)
We dined at the restaurant on a Saturday night with our three sons. My husband had enjoyed takeaway from there before but while we were staying in Geelong we thought we'd dine in. Big mistake.Admittedly there was a large table dining as well so the chefs were busy. However there weren't many other tables. We had to wait 45 minutes for our entree of dim sims, spring rolls and 1 short soup. Waiting that long is not much fun for a 6 year old. Then another 45 minute wait for our mains. The staff never bothered to apologise for the wait. The food was tasty, I enjoyed the Mongolian beef and the servings were generous.If you want a quick meal I would recommend getting takeaway!
First time visit. Long time BBQ fan. Service was very warm and friendly. Sides that were full flavoured and plentiful in size. The sandwiches were the same. Fresh slaw, good amount of meat (I had the pulled pork and hot links), meat was definitely spot on. This pitmaster knows what they're doing!! Superb!! Very much a takeaway venue. My one and only very very slight piece of downside. Would like to see a Lunch box menu item at some point, just some meat and sides. However, will definitely be back!! Have already recommended to several people.