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A recent addition to the burgeoning Sri Lankan corridor on Victory Boulevard, Lak Bojun has been serving up reliably tasty, authentic cuisine since 2008. In an area where a number of restaurants cater to the takeout or quick-bite-on-the-go crowd, Lak Bojun's cozy ambience invites diners to linger. It's a good thing, too: with the generous portions, it will take you a while to get to the bottom of your plate. Specialties include savory lampries—heaping mounds of yellow rice with curried meats and vegetables embedded in a banana leaf. The leftovers can keep you sated for days.