Apart from the well-known name tag, Radisson Blu Abu Dhabi is what you’d call a simple way to enjoy life’s little pleasures. Continue reading “Staying at Radisson Blu, Abu Dhabi”
I’ve been down with the flu and that has left me with no tastebuds for the time being. Eating is not really on my mind at this time, but to keep hunger away I do need to get into the kitchen to prepare a thing or two.
This time I found myself making a vegan noodle bowl instead of the comforting soup that I normally opt for. This noodle bowl is super easy and leaves you feeling full as well. Like my usual recipes, this one is versatile too and you can add whatever you please. Continue reading “Quick Vegan Noodle Bowl”
Picturesque mountains, sandy beaches, wildlife reserves, shopping, food markets and more – traveling to South Africa is a delight for every traveler. No matter what age group you belong to, you’re sure to find something to do there. Continue reading “Traveling to South Africa: A Memorable Sojourn”
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?”
I don’t know about you, but 17 degrees is pretty chilly for me. Continue reading “Simple Thai Green Curry”
Highly in search of a location for spending a relaxing babymoon, we sight Manzil Downtown Dubai and book ourselves a Deluxe Room. We are no strangers to the hotel and its hospitality, both top notch by the way, as we’ve been to their Iftar held at The Boulevard Kitchen a couple of times. (You can find those here and here)
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”
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”
‘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”