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Another Visit to Bandstand in Bur Dubai

Bandstand located on the lobby level at Royal Ascot Hotel in Bur Dubai is a sports bar inspired by the Bandstand in Mumbai. I had taken a break from physically visiting restaurants and bars due to the current coronavirus situation and this was my first visit to a bar post lockdown, and my second visit

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Have you tried Lalluji Sweets and Snacks in Discovery Gardens?

This is a delivery-only platform operating in Discovery Gardens. I received an assorted platter of Indian sweets with jalebi, besan ladoo, and pedas. The jalebis were delectable though a bit dry. The pedas were good but I’ve had better. Lalluji Sweets and Snacks also have chaats, other snacks and beverages in addition to a limited

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Must-try Ambur Biryani at Fusion Amaravathi in Discovery Gardens

Fusion Amaravathi is a casual dine-in, and delivery restaurant located in Building 20 of Zen cluster in Discovery Gardens (DG). Though I stay in DG and have passed by the restaurant multiple times, it is only recently that I tried this place and that too by getting the food delivered home. They serve Andhra-style food

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Freeke Good

Freeke Good is a delivery only outlet with multiple locations in Dubai. It is a middle eastern concept focussing on mezzes and freekeh, the super grain. Freekeh is essentially wheat that has been harvested early, while the grains are still tender and green. The kernels are then parched, roasted, dried and rubbed to create its

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Uncle Tea says Any Time is Tea Time

Tea unites people irrespective of culture and creed and spreads happiness and it is this thought that might have been the setting stone for Uncle Tea. Uncle Tea also believes that any time is tea time especially in this part of the world where every tea has a story to tell. To learn more about

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Aam Logon ka Khaas Khaana at Mango People

Aam Log means ordinary people but aam means mango and log means people, so aam log funnily translates to mango people. A funny but unique name for a restaurant. Mango People opened their doors in The Villas, Dubailand, during the last week of December 2019 but already have a loyal following due to the delicious

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Back to Keventers, Bluewaters Island

It is no longer a secret that Keventers is my go-to for yummy milkshakes and now tempting sundaes. I also love the fact that they have teamed up with the SNF Centre to give back to the community. To know more, click here. They had opened a new outlet on Bluewaters Island a few months

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Curry Chatti Again!!!

I loved the Curry Chatti Biriyani from the Dubai branches so much that I decided to try theirAjman branch too. The biriyani comes in buckets of different sizes, depending on the order. It also comes with Chicken 65, papad, raita, pickle, chammanthi, payasam and a drink. Couldn’t get any better than this 😊 Read my

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