Coco, my pet dog, was adopted by my family and me when she was just 1 year old. The previous family was planning on giving her away and that’s when we came into the picture. It’s been a year since she’s been with us and it has been a wonderful journey. She is naughty, she’s
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Easy delectable prawns biryani prepared using fresh Black Tiger Prawns. These prawns were delivered by Malek Seafood, U.A.E.’s leading seafood supplier. Here is the link to their website (click here) and to their Instagram page (click here). Malek Seafood is a HACCP certified facility dealing in premium grade fresh and frozen seafood. You can shop
The first time I tried Wok Boyz was more than a year ago at their Internet City branch. This Asian street food outlet blew me away with their vibrant wall art and scintillating food. So, when I had the chance to visit them at their Trade Centre branch, I jumped right in. We all know
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Lebanese food is one of my favourite cuisines. Love the grills, the hummus, and the abundance of greens in various forms. So, when I got a chance to try this Lebanese restaurant in the midst of the stay at home days, I did not hesitate, not just because I love this kind of food but
Desi Junction is a new restaurant to have opened in Dubai mid-April, in the midst of this coronavirus situation. They serve typical desi cuisine with a twist, and right now offer home deliveries in and around Karama, where they are located. The menu boasts of Desi Chaat, and traditional cooking methods like Lagan and Tawa
Melt and Roast is a newly launched dining concept in Dubai Media City serving Indian, Chinese and Continental dishes from breakfast to lunch to dinner. I visited them last week on a weekday afternoon with my hubby, reaching well before the rush time. The restaurant is spacious enough to accommodate around 50 people at the
I received a box of mini burgers from Bite Me to taste and review a few days back. The packaging was in a biodegradable box and brown paper cover and was neat. It’s a dark kitchen meaning they only do deliveries, there’s no dine in. They have various flavour options and number options to choose
India Palace is a casual dining restaurant serving Indian cuisine combined with Mughlai traditions. They have been in the U.A.E. for many years now and I have been visiting their Ibn Battuta Mall branch several times in the past 7 years. I’ve always loved their hospitality and their food and that’s the reason we keep