Levantine cuisine is available at every nook and corner in the U.A.E. and we all have our own favourite restaurants serving this type of food, be it fine dining, mid-range or even cheap-eat restaurants. Well, let me tell you that there’s one more to be added to the list. Al Humsani Restaurant located in Dubai
Nestled in a quiet corner in Barsha, is a small, cute Japanese café called Simply Oishii, that is all set to change the availability of authentic Japanese fruit parfaits and Japanese sweets here in the U.A.E. I had the honour of being invited for their grand opening. Though it took me some time to find
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
Pide Keyfi is a casual dining Turkish restaurant located in Jumeirah Village Circle (JVC). They serve typical Turkish food and all their staff are originally from Turkey. They are very friendly and helpful too. The restaurant has both outdoor and indoor seating areas. My visit to this outlet resulted in ordering a variety of scrumptious
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,
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
Baydar is a Lebanese restaurant in Al Barsha Mall that serves homemade fare inspired by time-honoured recipes. It shares its dining area with Sandella’s Flatbread Café, an outlet that serves pizzas, wraps and quesadillas on their trademark flatbreads. Read my review on Sandella’s Flatbread Café here. The indoor dining area is pretty with huge floor
Dubai may not be on the list of The World’s 50 Best Restaurants, but this metropolitan city does have its own fair share of exquisite restaurants, from high-end to budget-friendly. Roam around the streets of Dubai and you’re bound to find food from any part of the world suited to your tastes and your budget.