Creative homestyle cooking and cheerful decor
Posted on 06 / 24 / 2010
With its barrel-vaulted stone ceiling and cheerful colors, Tripti-Kulai is a pleasant little place.
The menu is mostly honest, simple, homestyle cooking with a bit of creativity (stuff your health-conscious friends might cook for a special occasion). It isn't gourmet, but it's hearty and the portions are relatively generous.
One criticism is that, while there is a nice selection of starters and salads, there are just four or five main dishes from which to choose, only two of which are vegan.
There's one vegan dessert - a nice fruit crumble (though the desserts are a bit on the pricey side).
The beverage section of the menu offers many more options, and its very central location makes it a natural place to drop in for a drink and a bite when in the old city center.
It can be busy at peak meal times, so consider coming ahead of the rush. An English menu is available.
Hearty, healthy food, Cheerful vibe
Few vegan options, Desserts are quite expensive