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Dishing it up on Jetwing Colombo Seven

Dishing it up on Jetwing Colombo Seven

By Juliet Coombe

Juliet Coombe takes a look at the magnificent menus of Jetwing Colombo Seven. Jetwing Colombo Seven has, in just over a year, set lots of new food trends, including anticipating the fashionable growing trend for sharing platters as a new concept in t...

Sweet-making with the local sweeties

Sweet-making with the local sweeties

By Juliet Coombe

To give balance to the amazing Ayurveda treatments at Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions in Negombo, Rohan, the immaculate dashing master chef for the hotel has developed holistic local experiences in unique hideaway spots, where traditional life remains unt...

Are you ready for simpler life?  and the only thing that spices it up are natural things?

Are you ready for simpler life? and the only thing that spices it up are natural things?

By Juliet Coombe

Juliet Coombe spends a weekend at stunning Jetwing Ayurveda Pavilions, where she stay in the most amazing accommodation surrounded by natural beauty and peace, where you can combine Ayurveda treatments with a healthy range of experiences including ...

Wild Cooking Class – Jetwing Yala

Wild Cooking Class – Jetwing Yala

By Juliet Coombe

Juliet Coombe discovers Jetwing Yala luxury safari camping is a great experience for all the family As the sun went down, we arrived at the smartest looking outdoor barbecue cooking class set up, complete with a beautiful array of spicy colours and ...

The use of Coriander in Sri Lankan Cuisine

The use of Coriander in Sri Lankan Cuisine

By Royston Ellis

Eat in a good restaurant in Sri Lanka and the chances are high that torn coriander leaves will be the featured garnish. It turns up on pumpkin soup, garlic prawns, darne of seer fish, lentil curry, and I’ve even had it sprinkled over roast chicken....