Rice and curry is the staple meal of Sri Lanka, and may be enjoyed no matter where you seek Sri Lanka Accommodation. A portion of rice served by your host or yourself can be accompanied by any number of side dishes, including vegetables, egg, meat, or fish cooked with peppers, spices and often with coconut milk. Other than rice, most traditional meals are composed of the ubiquitous curries and a starchy staple ranging from String Hoppers (kind of noodles made of rice or wheat flour), Hoppers, (cup-shaped pancakes of rice flour), Roti (a flat bread made of wheat and grated coconut) to Thosai (a sourdough pancake). Another unique side dish is Sambol, will definitely be present at mealtimes during your Sri Lankan holiday. Whether you stay in a Sri Lanka Resort or Sri Lanka Holiday Bungalow in the jungle, sambol will be there to tickle your tongue with its slightly hot peppery flavor. It is made of scraped coconut mixed with a tinge of salt and plenty of red pepper. It may sometimes be finely grounded into a paste, a convenient arrangement if you eat bread with it.Apart from the staple food as described above, Sri Lankan cuisine is a colossal cohesion of influences from our South Indian neighbors, Arab and Moorish traders, and the Portuguese and Dutch settlers. The English influence however is marginal.