Brew 1867 by Dilmah, Flower Road
Reviewed as the older sibling of the outlets effectively situated down Nawam Mawatha and WTC, Brew 1867 by Dilmah which propelled on 31 August down Flower Road is the most up to date adventure of the gathering. It mirrors the get and-go idea to convey only the best choices to its bustling clients. The bistro opened its ways to people in general with the cutting of the strip by Dilmah Founder Merril J. Fernando, joined by his child, Dilmah and Brew 1867 CEO Dilhan Fernando. We were pleased to discover that 1867 was the year that Ceylon espresso offered approach to Ceylon tea, and over a century later, both tea and espresso are rejoining at Brew 1867 by Dilmah to offer its benefactors the best of the two universes.
Clients will have the option to get their hands on a portion of the delicious treats offered by them throughout the entire week (7 p.m.- 9 p.m. during weekdays and 9 a.m.- 9 p.m. on ends of the week). Beverages enlivened by preparing Ceylon’s best tea, for example, coladas, matcha slush, and lattes are the bistro’s mark drinks. Aside from this, clients will likewise have the option to get themselves a liberal assortment of sweet and exquisite choices to feast in or remove, just for reasonable costs; it truly renders an incentive for cash.
Examining the conveniently kept racks of sustenance further, we were euphoric to have unearthed a mouth-watering scope of pastries incorporating tiramisu, cheesecake, chocolate bread pudding, cakes, and cupcakes. The scene and its inside itself reflect work, meeting, and relaxing spaces, conceded the setting has that undisputed bistro like vibe one would ache for.
Not at all like the outlet situated at Nawam Mawatha, in addition to the fact that this is roomy, it will be open on every one of the seven days of the week with every day offering its clients an exceptional dish of the day. Head over to the bistro today and treat yourself to Sunday’s uncommon – lamb pilaf rice Rs. 550.