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Closed – [Kamata] Sri Lankan buffet at Ayurveda Cafe Didean (アーユルヴェーダカフェ ディディアン)

Buffet, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata) Tokyo

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

We missed her delicious curry. But we heard she came back to Japan temporarily and serve her Sri Lankan foods at a Ayurveda foods restaurant in the economy hotel in front of Kamata station. The restaurant’s name is Ayurveda Cafe Didean (アーユルヴェーダカフェ ディディアン).

Hotel appearance, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)
From outside, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)

Though the restaurant keep to use her recipe, she’ll be back to Sri Lanka in one month.

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 🙂

Where ?

The hotel is very close to Kamata Station. The restaurant is located on the 1F of Urvest Hotel.

Lunch menus

They prepare two lunch. Lunch buffet (1389 yen) and plate lunch (1,000 yen).
Of course, we chose lunch buffet.

Lunch buffet notice, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)

Lunch buffet

This is foods bar. All foods are Sri Lankan foods. Curries, salads, dessert and so on. Available for 90 minutes.

Buffet, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)

I dished up for my lunch. Everything was good. Especially, tastes of those curries are familiar to use. This is Ms.Dilani’s curries ! We were glad to meet them again.

Dished up, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)

Those are dessert. Meekiri(Yogurt),Watalappan (Pudding) and Samaposha (ball)
Everything was tasty.

Dessert area, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)

Of course, I took everything ! And I had second helping of it. Ms.Dilani’s dishes are awesome all the same.

My dessert, Ayurveda Kitchen Didean (Kamata)

About the restaurant

Name in English / Ayurveda Cafe Didean
Name in Japanese / アーユルヴェーダカフェ ディディアン
Address / 5-12-12 Kamata, Ota City, Tokyo

Breakfast / 6 a.m. – 10 p.m. (Reservation required)
Lunch / 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Closed / No scheduled

Reservation / Available
Credit card / Unavailable


  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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