If you are hoping to experience a Sri Lankan family feast in Melbourne, there is no place quite like Cinnamon’s. Cinnamon’s has distinguished itself by offering an authentic Sri Lankan culinary experience in a truly family–run atmosphere.
When it comes to monetizing your passion there are many paths to success. For ‘Self Taught Chef’ Patricia de Silva, it was her love of food and cooking for her family and friends and the support from her husband, Anura, and son, Michael, that ignited the foundation of Cinnamon’s Restaurant & Bar and helped her transition from her corporate job as a Business Analyst to working as a Chef.
First opened in 2008, the 180-seat restaurant fronted with a 40-seat open patio surrounded by tall trees, flowers and greenery overlooking the magnificent St Kilda Road, Melbourne, offers a true sense of Sri Lankan culture and liveliness.
If you are looking for a quick lunch time fix of Cinnamon’s within the Melbourne CBD, visit Cinnamon’s Cafe at 530 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, situated on the ground floor of the Exchange Tower building.