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 interior here exudes oomph and luxury and is totally instaworthy. … Continue reading Dine the Vegetarian Way at Kailash Parbat, Al Seef

An Experience to Remember at A.E.R

A.E.R is the latest luxurious lounge in DIFC housing Dubai’s longest bar at 100 ft. and extending across 20,000 sq.ft, with a signature rooftop view of the Dubai skyline. A.E.R Restaurant and Bar serves a variety of international dishes and authentic blends, in addition to housing a talented shisha artist. My first visit to A.E.R. was on their launch night on Sept. 25th, one day … Continue reading An Experience to Remember at A.E.R

Fisherman’s Hub – A Foodie’s Delight

When we hear the name ‘Fisherman’s Hub’, we think of a diners joint usually seen in movies where there is a central open kitchen that’s whips up various seafood dishes, where all the tables are occupied by noisy diners and there’s alcohol all around. But that’s not the scene here. This restaurant is very child friendly as they have a family room that is separate … Continue reading Fisherman’s Hub – A Foodie’s Delight

Portuguese Delicacies at Da Gama

Remember Vasco da Gama, the famous Portuguese explorer and the first European to reach India by sea… Just like he made a couple more voyages to India after this initial journey, I too am dreaming of going back to Da Gama again, the Portuguese restaurant in Century Village, named after Vasco da Gama, obviously, to try the rest of the Portuguese dishes that I couldn’t … Continue reading Portuguese Delicacies at Da Gama

Dine the Indian Way at Masala Craft

Century Village is like my home now… I’ve been there so many times recently and I love going back again and again. Whether it’s in the afternoons or at night, it is a wonderful place to be. It is like walking down a countryside with fabulous restaurants all around. This time I found myself in an Indian restaurant named Masala Craft, serving food from all … Continue reading Dine the Indian Way at Masala Craft

Again and Again at Bar Baar

Bar Baar is quite famous among those who frequently visit pubs and bars in Dubai. Seeing all their Instastories, I too wished to visit this place. And a few days back, my dream came true when they were launching their new menu and I was invited. Aptly named ‘Gully Boy’, this new menu features street food from the gully (meaning street) of India, mainly Mumbai. … Continue reading Again and Again at Bar Baar

Gochiso sama deshita Sushi Sushi

Enter the Century Village in Al Garhoud, and you’re transported into culinary heaven serving cuisines from around the world. Most places also serve drinks and it gets crowded in the evenings and during weekends. It’s a great place to be during the cooler months of the year. The walk to Sushi Sushi was a relaxing one with fountains and greenery all around. Enter this place … Continue reading Gochiso sama deshita Sushi Sushi

Go Gaga over BOGO at The Hungry Monkey

Situated in a corner in the ever-bustling streets of Al Barsha, is a cute cozy cocktail lounge named The Hungry Monkey (THM). It is just one of the many pubs in Donatello Hotels and Resorts. Clearly hidden from public view, THM can aptly be called a hidden-gem in Al Barsha. I’m so glad that I had the opportunity to visit this charming little pub, all … Continue reading Go Gaga over BOGO at The Hungry Monkey