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World Environment Day 2015: Think.Eat.Save

I have heard of World Environment Day. We all have! But when an invitation popped into my inbox inviting me to celebrate World Environment Day (WED) with Baker & Spice at Souk Al… Continue reading

The Farm House: Going Local; Going Fresh; Going Green

I have people around me who swear by ‘organic’ food. I have been told time and time again that it has all kinds of benefits and it’s something I should consider buying too.… Continue reading

Bu Qtair: Seafood Shack

There was a time in early 2000s when Bu Qtair was considered a hidden gem. If you heard about it from friends, the challenge was always finding it and google maps were not… Continue reading

Innlay Asia: A Bite of Burma

I was on a hunt. A food hunt more specifically. Even more specific was the fact that I was hunting for one particular dish – Khow Suey (that’s how I know it as),… Continue reading

Hanoi Naturally: A taste of Vietnam

A few years ago, my husband and I visited Vietnam (Halong Bay is a must visit) and at that time I was very chary of trying the Vietnamese food – I did not… Continue reading

Feugo: Bringing us the bold taste of Mexico

It was Diwali (end October) and one would assume the choice of cusine would be Indian. WRONG! We decided on Mexican and we decided to try the upscale casual restaurant and bar Fuego… Continue reading

Yalla Momos: Yalla Yalla to Yalla Momos

One of the things this food blog allows me to do is share with you some eateries that do not have the advertising and social media muscle to promote themselves. They are small… Continue reading

Fümé: It’s definitely ‘NUT’ a place I will visit AGAIN

I happened to visit Fümé a few months ago (August to be precise). It was a restaurant that caught my fancy thanks to all the photos I saw of the place. The food… Continue reading

Nando’s: Peri-Peri good

I was introduced to Nando’s in 2004 by a friend who was a regular and in the last decade I’ve been to Nando’s literally a hundred times. Why does a restaurant draw you… Continue reading

Café Funkie Town: Please won’t you take me to.. to Funkie Town

In order to understand this review, you need to know something about me. I am half Parsi (and a very proud one at that). Those from India will know what I am talking… Continue reading