Tag: interior

Let’s go to That Place

AJ: Mom, can we go out for lunch today? Me: Where do you want to go? AJ: You choose. Me: OK…. Let’s go to that place!! AJ: Which place? Me: That place….!!! AJ: WHICH Plaaacceeee…??? Me: THAAT Plaaaccee…. It is the name of a place!!! If you don’t know, AJ is my 8yr old cutie

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Indian Thali now at Curry Culture

Curry Culture is a casual dining Indian restaurant located in the outdoor restaurant area in Ibn Battuta Mall. It is quite spacious with outdoor and indoor seating areas and serves both vegetarian and non-vegetarian food. A few days back, I tried their newly introduced thali for lunch and I must say I was pretty impressed.

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A Smokey Affair with the Crabs

Grub Shack is a causal dining restaurant located in Healthcare City in Dubai. When I first saw the food photos from this outlet, a few years back, it was in Sharjah. And I kept telling mu hubby that we need to visit this place, the pics were that tempting. And one fine day, I heard

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A Walk Through the Italian Countryside at La Vigna

La Vigna, the only Italian restaurant at Century Village, takes you to a different place and time altogether. Without getting onto a plane, you’re transported to the Italian countryside with rustic brick walls, wooden windows and red and white table tops. The fiery built-in pizza oven adds to the ambience too. The restaurant is two-floored,

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Authentic Hyderabadi Cuisine at Deccan Garden

Deccan Garden is a café and a restaurant located in the heart of Dubai, quite near Al Ghurair Centre. As you enter this eatery, you’ll find the café first and the restaurant behind it. They have indoor and outdoor seating as well and as everyone knows, outdoor dining area is perfect for this weather. It’s

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Pure Indulgence Only at Waffee Street

Waffee Street is a tiny café located in the heart of Dubai but clearly hidden from prying eyes. This is their second branch, the first one being in Sharjah. Waffee Street (Dubai branch) can clearly be called a Hidden Gem, ‘coz it’s tucked away cleverly at one of the many by-lanes somewhere in Satwa. Find

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