You’ve heard of brunch before, but have you heard of drunch? Continue reading “Drunching at La Tablita”
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.
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”
Desserts! Ah, a very hard thing to avoid. Especially if you have a sweet tooth. And, if you do, you’re very lucky that you chanced upon this post as this particular page has THE places you’d want to visit to have your dessert fix in Dubai.
I promise no Nutella, Lotus, or Salted Caramel here. Not even chocolate! You’ll have to look elsewhere for those 🙂 Continue reading “10 Desserts You Won’t Regret Indulging In”
I’m just back from my trip to Bangkok, Thailand, a place that is well-known for its bustling atmosphere and of course, food. I’m always on the lookout for new places to visit at affordable rates and Bangkok is sure one of them.
First, its currency (Baht) values at 1/10th of that of U.A.E., so the math is easy. Second, Bangkok is one of the places where you can use your bargaining skills to the max and not be looked down upon. And third, food. Obviously. Continue reading “Bangkok under AED 4500 for 2”