Seriously, who helped name that on the menu? Chai Tea! It is like naming your bolognese Noodles Spaghetti. Now, you wouldn’t do that, would you? Then why have Chai Tea on your menu? Let me explain – tea in the Indian sub-continent, and a few neighbouring countries, is called Chai. Unless, a few restaurants in Dubai…
I find it discriminating when people leave a bit of their drink in the glass. If you like a drink, slurp it down, right to the last drop. Do not fashionably leave it; there is hardly in any fashion in that, anyway.
Ever wondered what the last bit of drink feels when you leave it in the glass?
Read more here to empathise: https://burpandbelch.wordpress.com/2015/05/23/right-down-to-the-last-drop/
Cup cakes? Croissants? Muffins? Or coffee, perhaps?
Whatever be your craving, the Bloomsbury’s Artisan Cafe whips up freshly baked goodies in their kitchen; not to forget the artistic and taste-bud-tingling cakes that can suit any occasion.
They certainly got a non-cupcake lover to fall in love with them. Read more here: https://burpandbelch.wordpress.com/2015/05/21/bloomsburys-artisan-bakery-for-your-cup-of-joy/
I am probably writing this out of frustration that has built over the years. So, let me come straight to the point. Tea and milk are not the best of friends, so be careful while mixing them. If you ask me, they shouldn’t be mixed at all. I will not hark you back to 2007 BBC report…