What happens when two aspiring foodies get together to bring the best of their Sri Lankan food culture lineage? A smorgasbord of local delicacies are laid out right from the kitchen, taking you back to mélange of colours and taste. What gives this tiny island its cultural identity are the many people from different ethnicities that set foot in the country. With Indians, Arab spice traders, Dutch, Portuguese, the English and the Malays, the cultural scebery transformed into a potpourri of styles. Over 2,500 years of recorded history and the heritage anchor Sri Lanka, and the country has been called several different names like ‘ Thambapanni’ referring to the red sands of the beaches, to Tabrobane, Serandib and Ceylon by the British. Thushanis is an amalgamation of two fiercely passionate women, Thushara and Ruwani and the goodness of home cooked, affordable Sri Lankan food that they promise to bring to your table.
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