If you have a foodie bucket list, dining at the world’s highest restaurant should be one of them. At.mosphere, Burj Khalifa has long been on my list and I’m glad that we recently checked it off.
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After the success of Tresind and the modern Carnival by Tresind, Himanshu Saini brings to us, Tresind Studio. The first compact, modern Indian restaurant in the world that can only seat 20 people at once. Continue reading “Chapter 1 – The Journey, Tresind Studio” →
Among the plethora of options available for brunches in Dubai, the Palace Downtown brunch is high on the list. The brunch is hosted in Ewaan restaurant which is located at ground level of the hotel. Continue reading “1001 Flavors Palace Downtown Brunch” →
With the coming of the summer months, SLAB La Mer has launched its new menu. It’s almost hard to believe that the second menu has already completed its 12-week run time. The menu brought in some healthy dishes that also made an appearance in its Ramadan menu. Continue reading “How does the new menu of Slab La Mer fare?” →
After Le Petite Maison and Izu Brasserie (and loving both experiences), we are at Izu’s latest concept. Located at Emirates Golf Club, Carine Dubai is Chef Izu’s ode to his lovely wife. Not just recipes, but even the decor has been designed keeping his wife in mind. Talk about romantic! Continue reading “Third time lucky at Carine Dubai? | Emirates Golf Club” →
It’s no surprise that restaurants with the
crazy and overhyped most innovative desserts do better than others. Enter freakshakes, milk cakes, and all sweets that require you to pour chocolate fudge/caramel on them. I’m not against them at all and agree that I’ve had my fair share of molten chocolate cakes all my life (they’re really my weakness!) Continue reading “Are you walking towards a sweet and short future?” →
La Mer has joined the evergrowing places TO BE at Dubai. Our previous visit was to experience Masti – a progressive Indian venture. And this time we are trying SLAB.
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I was sitting at a cafe and ordered a mojito for myself. The berry drink comes with a small test tube where liquid is poured to emit a smoky effect. This may not seem uncommon in Dubai, where terms such as “molecular gastronomy” are used in almost every restaurant. Continue reading “Are food theatrics getting old for Dubai?” →
Dubai has been coming up with quite a few Indian ventures lately, and while we usually stay away from the desi food while eating out, we are intrigued to explore the much talked about Masti located in La Mer. Continue reading “Is Masti the new Carnival?” →
You’ve heard of brunch before, but have you heard of drunch? Continue reading “Drunching at La Tablita” →