No one is a stranger to the Hilton hotels, so when Hungryoungwoman was invited to Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Resort and Spa to share the experience, my joy knew no bounds!
The emirate is a short drive from Dubai. It takes around an hour and a half max so it doesn’t bother the restless traveler in me. Continue reading “Hilton Ras Al Khaimah Resort and Spa”
You’ve heard of brunch before, but have you heard of drunch? Continue reading “Drunching at La Tablita”
We love brunch, not denying that at all. Especially those that are affordable. Continue reading “The City Brunch – Westin AHC”
I don’t know about you, but 17 degrees is pretty chilly for me. Continue reading “Simple Thai Green Curry”
If you may have noticed, we don’t visit a lot of Indian restaurants in Dubai. It’s only because the best is found at home! But, we make an exception this time as we are curious about the hype surrounding the fairly new Moombai and Co. located at The H Dubai.
Continue reading “Moombai & Co. – A blockbuster or a failure?”
Winter in Dubai is my favorite time of the year. The weather is beautiful so it’s the best time to head outdoors. What I also like is that the hubby has holidays so that means some time off for me from the newborn!
Since holidays and lazy breakfasts are almost synonymous, I’ve come up with something that’s going to save your time while also bringing food to the table. Continue reading “Easy Breakfast Skillet”
I’ve stayed in hotels before, but for some reason never thought of documenting my experiences on the website. However, that’s changed and you might find a new section on Hungryoungwoman now – Unwind With Her Continue reading “When Home is Arabic – Manzil Downtown”
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?”