Banana Leaf holds a prime position in the Canberra City. It has soft furnishings and lovely attentive service.
Vegetarian Delight – Potato and green pea with Sri Lankan spices wrapped in a triangle shaped patty pastry and lightly fried. Served with chilli yogurt $22.90 for three ($15.90 for two)
Garlic or Chilli Prawns – King prawns lightly pan fried with garlic-infused olive oil, cream and white wine Served with savoury rice and garnish $19.90
Chicken Pan Rolls – Mildly curried minced chicken and potato rolled in a crepe, finely crumbed and lightly fried, served with a garnish and sweet chilli $15.90
Wattleseed Mussels – Green shell mussels cooked in macadamia and olive oil with birds’ eye chillies, Spanish onion and garlic, served with wattle seed mayonnaise $17.90
Tasmanian Salmon- Pan-sealed and grilled Tasmanian salmon fillet on Sri lankan milk rice with mung dhal cake topped with mango and ginger gravy. $29.90
Pan grilled Barramundi – Grilled with lemon myrtle and dorrigo pepper, served on a bed of sweet potato and macadamia mash and vegetables of the day $28.90
String Hoppers – Sri Lankan rice noodle dough pressed through a special mould and steamed on string hopper mats, served with your choice of beef, chicken, fish or vegetarian curries and the traditional accompaniments $28.90
Spicy King Prawns Curry – Sri Lankan spice induced Prawn curry served with fried vegetable rice and pappadam strips accompanied with coconut and chilli sambol $29.90
Corkage is $12.90 per bottle, but wine is also available by the glass.