My love for food and travel knows no bounds. it is surprising when someone asks me what my niche is and I say food and travel, only for them to reply that they are so different from each other. Actually, food and travel are interrelated. A lover of good food would never be a person of fine taste if they haven’t traveled enough to experience food from other cultures. This is why I make it a point to get down and write about food from different parts of the world like this long post on food cities in Europe and due to its popularity, now this post listing some best food cities in Asia. Continue reading “15 Food Cities in Asia for the Ultimate Foodie”
Ah, the land Down Under. So much to see and so much to do! But the real question is… what to eat in Australia? Exploring a country’s food culture is part of exploring the country as a whole. I feel like you can’t truly say you’ve been somewhere unless you’ve immersed yourself in the culture’s food, traditions, and lifestyle. So keep reading to see the things to eat in Australia (and what I dare you to eat!) when you find yourself experiencing Australian food culture…
I asked trusted travel blogger, Deanelle, who visited Australia recently to give me the lowdown about the common food in Australia and what would best describe as authentic Australian food. She was happy to help me with an easy checklist of popular Australian food that is easy to follow once you are in Australia.
Are you traveling and want to know what to eat in old Dubai? Growing up in this city and being an avid foodie, I can help you with the best things to eat in Dubai while you’re on holiday here! Continue reading “What to Eat in Old Dubai? 10 Things to Eat in Dubai”
This Palak Chicken recipe is delicious and makes for an easy main course! The best part? It is also a keto friendly chicken recipe and fully abides by anyone’s current diet! Continue reading “Simple Palak Chicken Recipe: Step by Step”
Ramadan Mubarak to all our readers! Ramadan is a month of reflection and gratitude and is best spent with loved ones. Sitting down together after the day to break one’s fast with family is the time we look forward to most.
Dubai is known to host some of the best iftars where there is a spread of cuisines of different kinds. While I am a person who prefers quality over quantity, I do happen to indulge in some buffets. However, sometimes you find average food and service for a price that is a tad too high.
And that’s where Hungryoungwoman comes in! This new list features the top five places to have the best Iftar in Dubai Continue reading “Top 5 Places to have Iftar: Dubai 2020”
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.
Fritters are a common snack in Indian homes and a necessity at family get-togethers. Here’s a foolproof South Indian Onion Bhaji Recipe that will have you sorted in minutes! Continue reading “The Ultimate Bajji Recipe (South Indian Onion Bhaji Recipe)”
“Weekends are the best way to spend late mornings having brunch.” That’s what I used to think, but now, I’m a convert. Breakfasts are in! Below you will find some mouthwatering dishes that are served in some of the best breakfast places in Dubai! Continue reading “6 Best Breakfast Places in Dubai You Need to Dine At”
I love to explore and write about food. I think it is something that’s just within me. To such heights, that I also sometimes plan my travels based on the food I am going to try there. I’m sure most of you must have been to some part of Europe, but have you wondered which are the best food cities in Europe? Continue reading “19 Best Food Cities in Europe for Every Food Lover”
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”