Kamata : Sri Lankan buffet at Ayurveda Kitchen Dedean

Buffet, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata) Tokyo

Dilani has temporarily come back ! Now you can eat Dilani’s Sri Lankan curry at Kamata !

Ms.Dilani who used to manage Sri Lankan curry shop at Monzen-Nakacho and then married and went back to Sri Lanka.

We missed her delicious curry after that.
But we heard she came back to Japan and a Ayurveda foods restaurant supervised by her has opened in the economy hotel in front of the Kamata station.

Ayurveda Kitchen Didean

Hotel appearance, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)


From outside, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)


“Why did she come back to Japan so early Will she stay in Japan long time ?” in mind.
But we heard that she stayed only one month and went back to Sri Lanka again 🙁

By the way, what is Ayurveda foods ?
The word “Ayurveda” sounds so healthy. Healthy Sri Lankan foods ? I understood so.

Before the opening time, there were already lots of people waiting in front of the restaurant.Though there wasn’t much time since the restaurant has started their business. Everyone must be lovers of Dilani’s foods 🙂

They prepare buffet area as same as past Dilani’s Sri Lankan curry.
We ordered “lunch buffet”. 1500 yen (1389 yen +8% tax, 90 minutes).

Lunch buffet notice, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)


Cute buffet area 🙂 Larger than “Dilani”

Buffet, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)


Buffet-style. Buffet.. That is to say….
I have to dish up…. I have bad skill about it…

I recommend you see now the monitor  at a distance.
Are you ready to see ?

This is my dish ! this is my best work ! Nevertheless I was very careful about the looking !

Dished up, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)

こうなるんですよ・・・Σ(´Д` )ナンテコッタ!

Three species of Sri Lankan dessert.

Meekiri(Yogurt),Watalappan (Pudding) and Samaposha (ball)
Everything was tasty. But I like meekiri best 🙂

Dessert area, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)


Of course, I took them ! And I had second helping of it.

My dessert, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)


About Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (アーユルヴェーダキッチンディデアン)

Address / 2-2-11 Shintomicho, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Station / Kamata
Breakfast / 6:00 – 10:00 (Reservation required)
Lunch / 11:00 – 14:30
Closed / No scheduled
Website / http://www.urvest.com/kamataeast/didean.html(in Japanese only)


  1. Mitzie Mee says:

    It looks really tasty and healthy. In Dubai we have many Sri Lankan restaurants, but I didn’t see many in Japan?

    • Ryoko says:

      Yes, there aren’t much Sri Lankan restaurants in Japan. In stead of that, so many Indian foods restaurants are here and there.
      Indian foods used to be so popular in Japan, and Sri Lankan, Nepalese and Pakistani people open their restaurants as Indian foods restaurants.

      But recently not only Indian foods but also Sri Lankan foods and Nepalese foods are known in Japan. So I expect the number of these foods restaurants will be increase 🙂

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