Cricket Club Cafe - Eat Cricket, Drink Cricket, Watch Cricket!

Where can you munch a "Dickie Bird Burger" while sipping "Miandad Mango Magic" and finish off with "Bishan Bedi Brownie" for dessert!?

Yes, you need to head to the Cricket Club Cafe in Colombo for this amazing experience. Located in a colonial British bungalow with lovely verandahs and lawns, the cafe is a must visit for a Cricket lover. Even if you aren't one, it is an interesting place to hang out in Colombo and have pint of draught on a sunny afternoon!

This was one of the "Things to do" for us when we visited Sri Lanka during last Christmas. It was a lazy afternoon when we headed to this iconic place. As we entered through the large gate, we were greeted by signs with directions to all major cricket stadiums in the world!

Entering inside, we were pleasantly surprised at the display of Cricket memorabilia. Lovingly done by the Australian couple James and Gabrielle who have ensured that every visitor to the cafe go back with fond memories. The English pub named Bradman bar has many memorabilia of Sir Don. Each corner of the large house is dedicated to a Cricket playing nation and memorabilia of some of the legends of cricket is on display here.

Let us not now take you through a pictorial tour of the place.

Entrance to the Cafe 
Daily specials on display at the entrance
Signboard with distances to all major stadiums in the world!
Interesting menu on offer!
In Bradman Bar 
Brinda in Bradman Corner.......notice the bat signed by Sir Don 
India Corner with Sunny's hat, Sachin's bat and Kapil's ball! 
Sir Vivian Richard's famous jersey in West Indies Corner
Aussie corner
Bats with signature of players from teams which took part in ICC Champions trophy in Sri Lanka
Bats signed by different teams including the World cup winning Sri Lankan Team of 1996
Bats signed by Indian team led by Nawab Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi
This place is not just about eating and drinking. It is all about celebrating Cricket. The food is tasty and good. The staff is friendly. It is the ambience which allows you to enjoy an English afternoon sipping a pint while watching a Cricket match on the screen. One also have an option of sitting in the lovely lawn under the canopy of big trees. 

Pick up some mementoes from this iconic place when you leave satisfied!

When you visit Colombo next time, don't miss this place.

Getting there

CCC as it is popularly known in Colombo is located on Queens road, a prominent landmark in the city known for boutique restaurants. CCC is located very close to another iconic restaurant of Colombo, "The Gallery Cafe" which used be a the studio of famous Sri Lankan Architect Geoffrey Bawa.

Website of the place - Cricket Club Cafe, Colombo

If you are a Cricket lover, you may be interested to see the following post in this blog

Cricket bats from Kashmir

Share the post

If you enjoyed reading this post, please take a moment to click on buttons below and tell the world!

Labels: ,

<data:blog.pageTitle/>

This Page

has moved to a new address:

http://traveltwosome.com

Sorry for the inconvenienceā€¦

Redirection provided by Blogger to WordPress Migration Service
<data:blog.pageTitle/>

This Page

has moved to a new address:

http://traveltwosome.com

Sorry for the inconvenienceā€¦

Redirection provided by Blogger to WordPress Migration Service
A Travel Blog from India: Cricket Club Cafe - Eat Cricket, Drink Cricket, Watch Cricket!

Sunday, 5 January 2014

Cricket Club Cafe - Eat Cricket, Drink Cricket, Watch Cricket!

Where can you munch a "Dickie Bird Burger" while sipping "Miandad Mango Magic" and finish off with "Bishan Bedi Brownie" for dessert!?

Yes, you need to head to the Cricket Club Cafe in Colombo for this amazing experience. Located in a colonial British bungalow with lovely verandahs and lawns, the cafe is a must visit for a Cricket lover. Even if you aren't one, it is an interesting place to hang out in Colombo and have pint of draught on a sunny afternoon!

This was one of the "Things to do" for us when we visited Sri Lanka during last Christmas. It was a lazy afternoon when we headed to this iconic place. As we entered through the large gate, we were greeted by signs with directions to all major cricket stadiums in the world!

Entering inside, we were pleasantly surprised at the display of Cricket memorabilia. Lovingly done by the Australian couple James and Gabrielle who have ensured that every visitor to the cafe go back with fond memories. The English pub named Bradman bar has many memorabilia of Sir Don. Each corner of the large house is dedicated to a Cricket playing nation and memorabilia of some of the legends of cricket is on display here.

Let us not now take you through a pictorial tour of the place.

Entrance to the Cafe 
Daily specials on display at the entrance
Signboard with distances to all major stadiums in the world!
Interesting menu on offer!
In Bradman Bar 
Brinda in Bradman Corner.......notice the bat signed by Sir Don 
India Corner with Sunny's hat, Sachin's bat and Kapil's ball! 
Sir Vivian Richard's famous jersey in West Indies Corner
Aussie corner
Bats with signature of players from teams which took part in ICC Champions trophy in Sri Lanka
Bats signed by different teams including the World cup winning Sri Lankan Team of 1996
Bats signed by Indian team led by Nawab Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi
This place is not just about eating and drinking. It is all about celebrating Cricket. The food is tasty and good. The staff is friendly. It is the ambience which allows you to enjoy an English afternoon sipping a pint while watching a Cricket match on the screen. One also have an option of sitting in the lovely lawn under the canopy of big trees. 

Pick up some mementoes from this iconic place when you leave satisfied!

When you visit Colombo next time, don't miss this place.

Getting there

CCC as it is popularly known in Colombo is located on Queens road, a prominent landmark in the city known for boutique restaurants. CCC is located very close to another iconic restaurant of Colombo, "The Gallery Cafe" which used be a the studio of famous Sri Lankan Architect Geoffrey Bawa.

Website of the place - Cricket Club Cafe, Colombo

If you are a Cricket lover, you may be interested to see the following post in this blog

Cricket bats from Kashmir

Share the post

If you enjoyed reading this post, please take a moment to click on buttons below and tell the world!

Labels: ,

2 Comments:

At 1/06/2014 , Blogger jack william said...

Nice blog, Nice pic's.. Keep it up...


Cheap Kilimanjaro Ticket

 
At 1/07/2014 , Anonymous Kerala Tour Package said...

Everybody would like to visit his place mainly cricket lovers to see the cricketers items..
Golden Triangle Tour Packages

 

Post a Comment

Subscribe to Post Comments [Atom]

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home