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sales.teatrails@resplendentceylon.com

Telephone

(+94)11 774 5700

 

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8:30am - 5:00pm [GMT +5.5] Weekdays

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(+94)77 786 7350  (After Hours Only)

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(+94) 11 774 5731



Colombo Office
Tea Trails Ltd
46/38 Nawam Mawatha
Colombo 2
Sri Lanka


Bungalow Contacts

Norwood
Summerville
+94 51 738 8400
+94 51 738 8402
Castlereagh
Tientsin
+94 51 738 8401
+94 51 738 8403

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Dining

The day at Tea Trails starts with that wonderful colonial institution, Bed Tea. Served by your butler as part of a gentle wake-up call, this must be the most civilised way to start the day. The butler will also draw your bath.

 

Then an early morning walk followed by an English or Sri Lankan breakfast. A unique aspect of Tea Trails’ cuisine is the use of fresh, home grown vegetables, herbs and teas from the surrounding estates. Basil, rosemary, thyme, tarragon, sage, parsley and mint inspire and enliven the chef’s menus every day: Broccoli with roasted almond soup with blue cheese. Keemun tea and fresh tarragon infused roasted chicken with braised curly cabbage and baby carrot. Oyster mushroom soup with garden fresh basil pesto. Moroccan mint tea crusted lamb rump steak with grilled herb polenta and roasted peppers in tamarind sauce. Zucchini and pumpkin frittata with rocket and pine nut salad. Desserts are unashamedly luscious: Orange and lime cheese cake with cinnamon rhubarb. Apple tart with Assam tea cream anglaise. Cinnamon tea poached pears with butter scotch ice cream. Passion fruit pannacotta with minted citrus fruit salad. Banana and sultana compote served with Hibiscus sorbet.

 

Tea Trails is all about the time-honoured planters’ traditions: Roaring fires and the comfort of a single malt whisky while the mists roll in or a stiff gin and tonic after a long day’s walk in the tea gardens, accompanied by the spicy flavours of Sri Lankan nibbles to stimulate the appetite.

 

Scrumptious afternoon high teas in gardens curiously English and exotic at the same time. A four-course dinner that is at once contemporary and colonial with its garden-fresh ingredients married with choice wines, best shared in good company. Or a fabulously aromatic, authentic Sri Lankan rice and curry for lunch — a definite harbinger of the afternoon siesta. Rates include all food & drink, no bills to sign.

 

Rates at Tea Trails are fully inclusive of gourmet meals and drinks, including top shelf spirits and wines. Even service charges, taxes and laundry are included. We won’t bother you with bills…

Lunch
  • Asparagus and Ceylon Young Hyson green tea soup
  • Pan seared pink salmon pave with braised potato, spinach and baby beetroot, cinnamon tea hollandaise
  • Blueberry cheesecake and summer fruit salad with hibiscus tea sauce
High Tea
  • Lemon Tart
  • Sultana scones with Clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam
  • Chocolate Cake
  • Battenberg Cake
  • Cucumber Sandwich
  • Moroccan mint tea smoked chicken sandwich
  • 15 varieties of tea
Dinner
  • Moroccan Mint tea smoked supreme of chicken with garden fresh mesclun lettuce and sun-ripened tree tomato salad
  • French vanilla tea infused oyster mushroom soup with prawns and woodland mushroom duxelle
  • Herb marinated grilled Australian lamb tenderloin, soft cheese polenta with grilled vegetables, tamarind tea sauce
  • Caramelized banana and prune parcels, Earl Grey infused dark chocolate sauce, peppermint tea parfait

Dining

The day at Tea Trails starts with that wonderful colonial institution, Bed Tea. Served by your butler as part of a gentle wake-up call, this must be the most civilised way to start the day. The butler will also draw your bath.

 

Then an early morning walk followed by an English or Sri Lankan breakfast. A unique aspect of Tea Trails’ cuisine is the use of fresh, home grown vegetables, herbs and teas from the surrounding estates. Basil, rosemary, thyme, tarragon, sage, parsley and mint inspire and enliven the chef’s menus every day: Broccoli with roasted almond soup with blue cheese. Keemun tea and fresh tarragon infused roasted chicken with braised curly cabbage and baby carrot. Oyster mushroom soup with garden fresh basil pesto. Moroccan mint tea crusted lamb rump steak with grilled herb polenta and roasted peppers in tamarind sauce. Zucchini and pumpkin frittata with rocket and pine nut salad. Desserts are unashamedly luscious: Orange and lime cheese cake with cinnamon rhubarb. Apple tart with Assam tea cream anglaise. Cinnamon tea poached pears with butter scotch ice cream. Passion fruit pannacotta with minted citrus fruit salad. Banana and sultana compote served with Hibiscus sorbet.

 

Tea Trails is all about the time-honoured planters’ traditions: Roaring fires and the comfort of a single malt whisky while the mists roll in or a stiff gin and tonic after a long day’s walk in the tea gardens, accompanied by the spicy flavours of Sri Lankan nibbles to stimulate the appetite.

 

Scrumptious afternoon high teas in gardens curiously English and exotic at the same time. A four-course dinner that is at once contemporary and colonial with its garden-fresh ingredients married with choice wines, best shared in good company. Or a fabulously aromatic, authentic Sri Lankan rice and curry for lunch — a definite harbinger of the afternoon siesta. Rates include all food & drink, no bills to sign.

 

Rates at Tea Trails are fully inclusive of gourmet meals and drinks, including top shelf spirits and wines. Even service charges, taxes and laundry are included. We won’t bother you with bills…

Lunch Lunch
  • Asparagus and Ceylon Young Hyson green tea soup
  • Pan seared pink salmon pave with braised potato, spinach and baby beetroot, cinnamon tea hollandaise
  • Blueberry cheesecake and summer fruit salad with hibiscus tea sauce
Afternoon Tea High Tea
  • Lemon Tart
  • Sultana scones with Clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam
  • Chocolate Cake
  • Battenberg Cake
  • Cucumber Sandwich
  • Moroccan mint tea smoked chicken sandwich
  • 15 varieties of tea
Dinner Dinner
  • Moroccan Mint tea smoked supreme of chicken with garden fresh mesclun lettuce and sun-ripened tree tomato salad
  • French vanilla tea infused oyster mushroom soup with prawns and woodland mushroom duxelle
  • Herb marinated grilled Australian lamb tenderloin, soft cheese polenta with grilled vegetables, tamarind tea sauce
  • Caramelized banana and prune parcels, Earl Grey infused dark chocolate sauce, peppermint tea parfait

Dining

The day at Tea Trails starts with that wonderful colonial institution, Bed Tea. Served by your butler as part of a gentle wake-up call, this must be the most civilised way to start the day. The butler will also draw your bath.

 

Then an early morning walk followed by an English or Sri Lankan breakfast. A unique aspect of Tea Trails’ cuisine is the use of fresh, home grown vegetables, herbs and teas from the surrounding estates. Basil, rosemary, thyme, tarragon, sage, parsley and mint inspire and enliven the chef’s menus every day: Broccoli with roasted almond soup with blue cheese. Keemun tea and fresh tarragon infused roasted chicken with braised curly cabbage and baby carrot. Oyster mushroom soup with garden fresh basil pesto. Moroccan mint tea crusted lamb rump steak with grilled herb polenta and roasted peppers in tamarind sauce. Zucchini and pumpkin frittata with rocket and pine nut salad. Desserts are unashamedly luscious: Orange and lime cheese cake with cinnamon rhubarb. Apple tart with Assam tea cream anglaise. Cinnamon tea poached pears with butter scotch ice cream. Passion fruit pannacotta with minted citrus fruit salad. Banana and sultana compote served with Hibiscus sorbet.

 

Tea Trails is all about the time-honoured planters’ traditions: Roaring fires and the comfort of a single malt whisky while the mists roll in or a stiff gin and tonic after a long day’s walk in the tea gardens, accompanied by the spicy flavours of Sri Lankan nibbles to stimulate the appetite.

 

Scrumptious afternoon high teas in gardens curiously English and exotic at the same time. A four-course dinner that is at once contemporary and colonial with its garden-fresh ingredients married with choice wines, best shared in good company. Or a fabulously aromatic, authentic Sri Lankan rice and curry for lunch — a definite harbinger of the afternoon siesta. Rates include all food & drink, no bills to sign.

 

Rates at Tea Trails are fully inclusive of gourmet meals and drinks, including top shelf spirits and wines. Even service charges, taxes and laundry are included. We won’t bother you with bills…

Lunch Lunch
  • Asparagus and Ceylon Young Hyson green tea soup
  • Pan seared pink salmon pave with braised potato, spinach and baby beetroot, cinnamon tea hollandaise
  • Blueberry cheesecake and summer fruit salad with hibiscus tea sauce
Afternoon Tea High Tea
  • Lemon Tart
  • Sultana scones with Clotted cream and homemade strawberry jam
  • Chocolate Cake
  • Battenberg Cake
  • Cucumber Sandwich
  • Moroccan mint tea smoked chicken sandwich
  • 15 varieties of tea
Dinner Dinner
  • Moroccan Mint tea smoked supreme of chicken with garden fresh mesclun lettuce and sun-ripened tree tomato salad
  • French vanilla tea infused oyster mushroom soup with prawns and woodland mushroom duxelle
  • Herb marinated grilled Australian lamb tenderloin, soft cheese polenta with grilled vegetables, tamarind tea sauce
  • Caramelized banana and prune parcels, Earl Grey infused dark chocolate sauce, peppermint tea parfait

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