One must do experience in Dubai is breakfast at the highest restaurant in the world – At.mosphere in Burj Khalifa. I’m personally not a fan of going to the tallest tower/ viewpoint in any city but its different in Dubai. Firstly, you are in Burj Khalifa which is the tallest building in the WORLD! Secondly,
Last weekend, we had the opportunity to taste a gourmet homemade Indonesian meal which looked like something one would find in a five-star restaurant. The chef was a lovely lady called Zendy Marsam. I met Zendy last year when I was on the lookout for cake using unrefined sugar. I came across a profile called ‘FlavorsbyZendy’
When I think of “brunch”, I don’t want a mental day out. I’d rather go for something a bit chilled out, with good food and company, and fantastic music. Throw in some funky art and you’ve got all the right ingredients that make an awesome afternoon at Weslodge! Weslodge is a saloon-inspired restaurant located in the JW Marriott Marquis Hotel.
Thai food. You can’t get too much of it, can ya? At least I know I can’t. Furthermore, trying out new Thai restaurants is quite the treat and I think should be a game. Just go around the city, trying the same dish at different restaurants around the city and playing spot the difference. Too much?
Thursdays are my favourite day of the week. In my early 20s -*gasp* that was 10 years ago! – end of week meant going to a friend’s house to pre-drink before hitting the clubs, all while wearing heels which I’d also worn all day at work! Geez, who was that person?! These days, all I
As Indians who have always lived outside India, we’ve gotten an “OMG! You are Indian? I love Indian food!” more times than we can remember. Its the perfect ice-breaker because we can talk about food for days. “Yeah? What’s your favourite?”, we ask eagerly. Too many times, the response is “Butter chicken and garlic naan.”
When we announced on Instagram that we were on a mission to eat healthy (still a challenge on most days but we’re not giving up!), a restaurant called Taipei Dao reached out to us with an invitation to meet the owner, Felice. We rocked up to the South Ridge location one afternoon, appetite in tow.
I love noodles. The kind of love where I ate ramen noodles (similar to Maggi for all you Dubai/India peeps) on way too many nights when I was broke in college. Priced at about AED 1.25 a packet, I even had a Pinterest board dedicated to all the fun things I could do with ramen noodles (mainly involved peanut butter
It’s been eons since we’ve told you about a favourite neighbourhood joint. Something old Dubai. Something familiar, easy and oh-so-reliable, especially when you’re craving wholesome Indian food. I may not be Parsi but every time I eat here, it feels like home food. For those of you who don’t know, Parsis are a community of