Every day there is a new restaurant or hotel cropping up in this every bustling city called Dubai. The S Hotel in Barsha South is one such hotel having opened its doors just less than a year back. It’s located in the Dubai Science Park neighbourhood, about a stone’s throw from AL Barsha City Centre.
Deira is notorious for traffic jams and lack of free parking spaces and hence it is an area that I don’t visit quite often. But I was happy to visit Skillet Restaurant a few days back because they provide free parking at the supermarket right next door. Plus points for that!! The restaurant is relatively
Olive Root, located in Al Nahda, is a casual dining restaurant that serves Rajasthani and International cuisine. This was my first visit to this outlet, and it happened to be to try their Iftar buffet. The buffet priced at AED 15/-, is unlimited, and includes dates, fruits, Chana Chaat, Dahi Vada, Mirchi Pakoda, Aloo Pakoda,
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
When we hear the name ‘Fisherman’s Hub’, we think of a diners joint usually seen in movies where there is a central open kitchen that’s whips up various seafood dishes, where all the tables are occupied by noisy diners and there’s alcohol all around. But that’s not the scene here. This restaurant is very child
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
Remember Vasco da Gama, the famous Portuguese explorer and the first European to reach India by sea… Just like he made a couple more voyages to India after this initial journey, I too am dreaming of going back to Da Gama again, the Portuguese restaurant in Century Village, named after Vasco da Gama, obviously, to
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.
Dabang Kathi & Curry is the latest addition to the Indian restaurant scene in Dubai. Having opened its doors just this year, it is located within the food court in Dubai Marina Mall and serves a limited menu consisting of veg. and non-veg. dishes with quirky Bollywood-inspired names. The outlet is decorated with back-lit posters