Sri Lanka, formerly Ceylon, is known as the Pearl of the Indian Ocean because of its shape and location. It's also famed for production and export of tea, coffee, gemstones, coconuts, rubber and the native cinnamon.
Typical dishes of Sri Lanka include rice and curry, pittu, Kiribath, wholemeal Roti, String hoppers, wattalapam (a rich pudding of Malay origin made of coconut milk, jaggery, cashew nuts, eggs, and spices including cinnamon and nutmeg), kottu, and hoppers. Jackfruit may sometimes replace rice and curries. Traditionally food is served on a plantain leaf.
Kadupul introduces Sri Lanka cuisine as well as Malasian, Thai and Dutch influences.
Biriyani is popular which is a choice of meat or vegy garnished with nuts and raisins flavored with coriander and aromatic Sri Lankan spices. Served with chutney, mint leave sambola and a yellow potato gravy.
There's also lamprais, a banana leaf stuffed with meat or vegy and aromatic yellow rice.
Some items are spicy, some not. Menu is extensive.
I've selected lunch as they have a buffet of you can eat selection for $9.99 which includes rice, vegetables, meat, fish, seafood, Asian Parata bread, dessert and drink.
Yelp has given them great reviews too so I'm anxious to try this restaurant.