Author: Lizbethology

Mughlai Buffet at Al Anwar, Holiday Inn Bur Dubai

Holiday Inn Bur Dubai is quite a popular name amongst the old Dubai dwellers and in the lobby is Anwar Restaurant, a multi-cuisine eatery with themed buffets on various days of the week. Thursday nights are Mughlai Nights, aptly named Farman-e-Mughal, a cuisine that celebrates Indian spices. The buffet is spread all around the restaurant

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Hang out Joint Alert at The Huddle Sports Bar & Grill

Hopped in here last week to meet some friends thinking that the place would be quiet since it was mid-week and there wasn’t any game happening, but, oh boy, was I surprised!!! It was pretty much packed, but service was on point all the time. They have a good variety of dishes, surprisingly for a

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Be a True Desi at Desi Village Restaurant & Café

Dubai, a melting pot of cultures and cuisines, has umpteen restaurants catering to various Indian flavours and a recent addition to this is Desi Village Restaurant & Café in Al Gharoud. Having heard a lot about them in the past few months, I visited them on Friday for dinner with my family. As you step

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Dine the Vegetarian Way at Kailash Parbat, Al Seef

Al Seef, located near Dubai Creek, is a must visit place to soak in Dubai’s heritage. The are many restaurants here with beautiful views of the creek be it during the day or night. Kailash Parbat was started in the 1950’s and is one of the most iconic brands in India serving vegetarian food. The

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A Turkish Experience at La Mer

Walking along the beach at La Mer, kids running up and down in the sand and suddenly hunger strikes!!! Is that a familiar scenario…? I’m sure it is 😊 At this picturesque beachfront property by Meeras, one is often spoilt for choice of cuisine and restaurant. If you’re in the mood for Turkish food, then

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A Trip Down Rajdhani Street

Take a hard-core non-vegetarian to Rajdhani Street and he’s sure to fall in love with vegetarian food. This is not an exaggeration. It is my first-hand experience through my hubby who will not touch food if there is not even one non-veg. dish. And even if he does, he would be sulking and making faces

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Craving for some Desi Chinese?

Gypsy Chinese first opened its doors in 1982 in Mumbai, India and now boasts of various branches here in the U.A.E. One of their Dubai branches recently relocated to Karama and that is when I actually heard about this outlet. I may have been living under a rock because this outlet has been very famous

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The Waterpipe Lounge & Café

I once read somewhere that shisha lounges are Middle East’s favourite hangout place. Couldn’t be truer with so many of them in every nook and corner not just in Dubai. The latest one to join the list is The Waterpipe Lounge & Café in City Seasons Hotel, Deira. Check out the video here. There is

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Weekend Hideout at Project Chaiwala

A cup of chai (tea) makes everything better said someone once and I couldn’t agree more. Project Chaiwala is inspired by the tea culture from around the world, from karak stops in Bur Dubai to clay kulhar cups in vibrant Delhi markets. They claim that their tea leaves are ethically sourced from organic gardens and

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