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Get Ready to be Amazed at Sadak Chaap

Sadak Chaap can be best described as a casual dining eatery where the hero of every dish is soya. It’s a pure vegetarian restaurant. Try the chaap curries or grills and you won’t realise that you’re not eating chicken but soya. You’ll never notice that the difference. It is a great way to get kids

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Dine like a King at Rajdhani Thali

The word ‘thali’ actually means a round plate. It also refers to an Indian-style meal made up of various vegetarian or non-vegetarian dishes served on a platter. Pure vegetarian thalis are not much revered by meat eaters as they are deemed boring. But I would suggest them to try the pure vegetarian thali at Rajdhani

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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

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A Vegetarian Gastronomic Delight at Rajdhani Street

Rajdhani is a popular vegetarian restaurant chain in India well-known for their thali. They recently opened a branch in Jumeirah Lake Towers (JLT), named Rajdhani Street, where they serve not only the thali, which they are famous for, but also vegetarian food from the streets of Mumbai. Do not undermine this place just because it’s

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Dine the Sri Lankan Way at Ayubowan

U.A.E. is a melting pot of various cultures and cuisines. If you live in Dubai and want to try a cuisine from anywhere in the world, you don’t have to get on a plane. Just get in a car, drive around and your bound to find food from all over the world at your fingertips.

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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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