Dubai is not unfamiliar with unique serving techniques. We’ve seen quirky combinations, the food trucks making an entry, trending avocado on toast and smoothie bowls, the lotus craze…well, the list goes on.
While these have become common to this city, we were recently made aware of the concept of dining in the dark which piqued our interest. How does one eat without the knowledge of where their dish is placed? What if we spill our drink, or worse, leave the restaurant only to find spots and stains on us? These thoughts buzz around our minds as we make our way to Noire – located in Fairmont Hotel. Continue reading “Dining In The Dark – Noire, Fairmont”
I haven’t been too active with my writing lately, I agree. But this one needed to be written. If you fancy Thai food, Benjarong should surely be on your list. Here’s why: Continue reading “Why You Should Visit Benjarong”
Yet another Peruvian spot, Lima is located in the popular alleys of Citywalk, one of the trendy places in town lately. Continue reading “How does Virgilio Martínez’s Dubai venture fare?”
There’s a reason I can never turn vegetarian – my undying love for meat. Dubai is home to a number of steakhouses, specializing in exceptional cuts and varieties that even a person who prides himself on being a meat connoisseur, would be amazed. Continue reading “Asado – Palace Downtown”
If entertainment beside your dinner table is what you fancy, we’ve found a perfect spot for you! Have you visited the Water, Light and Fire Show at DFC yet? Well, we hadn’t, so a trip to the mall was compulsory. Continue reading “Serendipity 3 – Dubai Festival City”
Located in Wasl Vita, in a quaint little corner is The Coffee Club. Walk in, and you’re met with the delicious scent of coffee wafting around the café. First impressions always matter, and I decide I’m going to fall in love with this place. Continue reading “The Coffee Club – Wasl Vita, Jumeirah”
I’d like to think of DIFC as an up and coming version of Citywalk. Chic and housing a number of well-known places to dine in Dubai. A recent visit led us to a hidden trattoria going by the name – Mercato.
Continue reading “Taking us to the streets of Europe – Mercato, DIFC”
‘Tis the season of Afternoon Teas, with the weather just right to sit outdoors and enjoy a cuppa! Continue reading “A Tea to Remember – The Palace, Downtown Dubai”
This is officially my first blog post for the year, and hopefully, there are many to follow. For all those following my social media accounts, Instagram mostly, you’ll know that I still exist and am totally not out of the picture like how the website would show. Rather, what I’ve started doing is carefully selecting restaurants to review and feature, especially those that really make it for me.
One such place was Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, located at The Address, Dubai Marina, a hotel that I’m not unfamiliar with. To sum it up, I’ve had some of the best experiences at their restaurants, and they’re truly worth a try. Continue reading “Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse – The Address, Dubai Marina”
This wasn’t our first time at Atlantis, The Palm, we are no strangers to its impeccable hospitality and its grand aura, yet every visit is always like the first time.
This time we were dining at Ronda Locatelli, which is under the acclaimed Michelin star Chef Giorgio Locatelli. Swatches of brown and orange decorate the place, and the ambiance is somewhat still and a little uncomfortable. Fortunately, the weather is pleasing outside and we decide to settle there. Continue reading “Dining at Ronda Locatelli”