Tag Archive: arabic

RUE DU LIBAN

Dubai was home to me for 17 years – an eternity for many. Over those years I grew to love Arabic food as we would call it, with Shawarmas being my staple when… Continue reading

BAYROUTE: A TRIP THOUGH THE MIDDLE EAST

I have always stayed away from Middle Eastern food (will call it generically Arabic just to simplify my life) when I visit Bombay as it is a cuisine I often indulge in in… Continue reading

AMADEUS: MUSIC TO MY TASTE BUDS

Scenario: Trying out shoes as one does in a shoe shop when on holiday, you look up to see someone do a double take when they see you – in a nice way… Continue reading

FARZI CAFÉ: GET READY TO BE FARZIFIED!

#DubaiGetsFarzified! That was the promise! When an invitation to a sneak-peak, sneak-taste pre-opening of Farzi Café popped in I was intrigued. First up, FoodeMag dxb is known to associate with food venues which… Continue reading

OLEA: LEVANTINE FOOD CULTURE

This food blogging bug has exposed me to different cuisines I have to say, many of which have thrown me out of my comfort zone. So when an invitation to a restaurant serving… Continue reading

EASY DOES IT: Musakhan Rolls

Yousef Tuqan said something at the Bloggers’ Masterclass hosted by BBC Good Food ME that has stayed with me. He said that we all have in-house cooks growing up who pander to our every… Continue reading