Could Ottawa's Best Tea Actually Be in Hull?
Enter Cha-Yi (61 Eddy Street): a tea shop that is inviting, with room at the back to bring your laptop and get some work done while sipping a warm cup of tea. The counter area resembles a Chinese medicine store. Embossed, shiny silver containers line the shelves behind the counter, holding teas, some decades old, that were all chosen by the owner on his yearly trip to China. The staff here are knowledgeable beyond expectation and will help you pick a delectable leaf to brew at home or to enjoy on site.
If specialty beverages fuel your travels in more ways than one, you'll also enjoy:
Cold Vines, Warm Hearts at Ottawa's Smokie Ridge Vineyard
Hawaii is Paradise - And So Is The Coffee
Waterfalls of Wine in Niagara
Together for close to a quarter of a century, A Cook Not Mad‘s [http://www.acooknotmad.com] Tim and and Nat have indulged their passion for life and experience to the fullest, but they feel most alive when traveling, cooking and eating. An award winning chef, Tim has dedicated his life and career to cooking and the pursuit of honest food. As a professional photographer, Nat records their adventures with incredible pictures of everyday life and the extraordinary. They believe that everyone should get to know a culture by learning about the foods they eat and living like locals as much as they can.