If you have a foodie bucket list, dining at the world’s tallest 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.
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”
‘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”
Marina Social is one of our favorite restaurants in Dubai. Period. The fact that we’ve already visited twice before this review, bears testament to our love for it.
Located in Intercontinental, Dubai Marina which is host to venues like Accents and YNot Bar and Kitchen, Marina Social has left quite an impact in its one year reign. Continue reading “Is Marina Social the best restaurant in Dubai?”
When Gordon Ramsay announced the opening of his new restaurant, Bread Street Kitchen (BSK), last year, many of us who have been watching the Chef on our television sets from childhood, rejoiced. Gordon, who is popular for starring in Hell’s Kitchen and Masterchef is also the owner of BSK in London.
The venture here is situated in Atlantis, The Palm which needs no introduction to anyone living in the U.A.E. The restaurant hosted full tables with most of the crowd from The West, we could also spot a couple of tables with Arabs seated. Not bad for a weekday! Continue reading “Fine Dining or Casual Eatery? Bread Street Kitchen, Atlantis”
Some of the newly opened restaurants in DIFC led us to the UK import, Burger and Lobster. Situated in Burj Daman building, also home to Artisan by Enoteca Pinchiorri and Carnival by Tresind (the latter still yet to open), the location was a bit difficult since it isn’t listed on the map.
The side of the entrance is lined with tanks of live lobsters, a little eerie to see your food alive right before you eat it. Enter a rustic area with wooden tables and dim lighting. Continue reading “Burger or Lobster?”
I heard about Dusty’s a while ago when they opened their doors. A few people raving about it on Zomato, and I was off to visit the place and see it for myself.
Located in DIFC, Dusty’s boasts a lively outdoor seating area at the Al Fattan Currency House. Due to the cool weather, we felt it would be apt for us to settle outside. Continue reading “Dust Your Troubles Away At Dusty’s”
We visited The Cavendish, located in JLT, for their Social Dining night a couple of weeks ago. Offering British and Irish cuisines, the event is held every Thursday with an open buffet and a set menu.
The atmosphere indoors is hush and all fine dining like. Continue reading “Social Dining At The Cavendish”