Suidobashi : Sri Lankan curry lunch at Ceylon Drop (セイロンドロップ)

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One of the few Sri Lankan restaurant in Tokyo.

I had wanted a small bag for my lunchbox. I had searched for a long time.
But there wasn’t. But I remember that Ceylon Drop in Suidobashi sells small bag made of cloth with Tamil language.
So, I went to there to buy it.

Ceylon Drop

Appearance, Ceylon Drop (Suidobashi)


Its neighborhood is steak restaurant 🙂

When I got to the restaurant, it was lunch time.
Of course my aim was to buy a bag and we can buy something without eating at there…

Todays lunch, Ceylon Drop (Suidobashi)


But somehow I was seated.
Spicy smell made me so… :p
On sitting the chair, the waitress asked me just my tea. One kind of lunch set only. I ordered a ginger tea.

Today’s lunch set. (本日のランチ) 850 yen

That day’s curry was chicken curry and …

Lunch plate, Ceylon Drop (Suidobashi)


Dal curry.

Beans curry, Ceylon Drop (Suidobashi)


Dried coconuts. Pol sambol. It was spicy.

Pol sambol, Ceylon Drop (Jinbocho)


Chicken curry and pol sambol was spicy, and dal curry was creamy, so I mixed those foods together and then it became good.

Ginger tea after the meal.

Ginger tea, Ceylon Drop (Suidobashi)


It came just after my meal coming, but it had plenty of tea in the mug, so it didn’t get cooler soon. The time when I finished eating curries, that tea got good temperature for me. I don’t like very hot drinks.
And I like my tea with plenty of milk.
Well, I also want the mug 😉  It’s cute.

Ah, this is my new bag.
The cloth was thiner than I had expected, and the shape differ from I had expected. But it is enough for my lunchbox.

Bag, Ceylon Drop (Suidobashi)


I wonder what does it say ?

About Ceylon Drop (セイロンドロップ)

Address / Tachikawa A Bldg. 1F, 2-8-9 Nishi-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Station / Jinbocho station (Tokyo metro, Toei subway), Suidobashi station (JR)
Open / 12:00 – 21:00 (Lunch time until 15:00, Tea time until 17:00 and
reservation required for dinner time)
Closed / Sundays, national holidays
Twitter / @ceylon_drop

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  1. Mitzie Mee says:

    Beautiful bag! In Denmark, Japanese print is very popular and most people can’t read it:)

  2. Ryoko says:

    I see. That is the same in any country 🙂

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