Hill of Grace Restaurant, Adelaide Oval – What an experience!

Hi foodies, How's life treating you in your world? Fancy and exciting? I hope so as I have just experienced a week of fun time in Bali. I will have several posts coming soon to capture all-you-need-to-know information for this popular Indonesian tourist destination. Anyway, some of my earlier followers may remember that I was a … Continue reading Hill of Grace Restaurant, Adelaide Oval – What an experience!

Dilmah School of Tea – Part 1

Someone once said, "There are two things that most people get addicted to - either tea or coffee". Of course, I don't agree with this phrase completely. Apart from the caffeine which gives you a boost when tired, tea and coffee both have antioxidant in them and these are the good buddies for your body. … Continue reading Dilmah School of Tea – Part 1

High Tea @ Hilton Adelaide

High tea for me and my wife at Hilton Adelaide this avo. I have been wanting to try their high tea for a long time as at the Good food and wine show 2011, I tasted their beautiful and delicious scones. We decided to give it a crack today as having heard so many good … Continue reading High Tea @ Hilton Adelaide

Dilmah WATTE Series – The most exclusive tea in the world

Two months ago, I interviewed the founder of Dilmah, Mr Merrill J. Fernando and his son Dilhan Fernando.  As we talked about sensory aspects of tea in our conversation, it made me wondering the flavours and taste of the best teas of this family owned business. Indeed, thanks to Dilmah, I received some tea samples … Continue reading Dilmah WATTE Series – The most exclusive tea in the world

Drink Tea, Drink Dilmah – Interview with Mr Merrill J. Fernando (Part 1)

Does everone drink tea here in Australia? Well, to be honest, I don't know, but at least I do. I am a heavy tea drinker who shares its joy every single day from home to work. Then you probably want to ask me which tea brand I prefer. Seriously, I drink so many different brands, … Continue reading Drink Tea, Drink Dilmah – Interview with Mr Merrill J. Fernando (Part 1)