“These winged beauties are, after all, a part of our ecosystems, and have as much right to be here and exist in peace, as does any other creature of the island, large or small.”
Sri Lanka’s egg hoppers are fast becoming a global foodie favourite, and the latest hard-core fans can be found in the Sydney, Australia, suburb of Tramsheds.
The Deccan Chronicle in India has published a lengthy review of a book that celebrates the life and times of celebrated Sri Lanka painter and poet George Keyt (1901–1993).
Guardian UK food writer Yotam Ottolenghi, a celebrated London restaurateur and author of three best-selling books, says that “once you’ve cooked with fresh curry leaves, you’ll never look back”.
Building emotional ties is key to connecting and engaging with millennials, who are themselves a key demographic in the tourism and hospitality industries.
Sri Lanka has two entries in the latest Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list, both owned by celebrity restaurateur and arch showman Dharshan Munidasa.