Tag Archive: JLT

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with CHEF NEW

Oh boy! What a journey it has been for Chef New. Coming to Dubai ten years ago, not knowing any English nor how to cook, I think New can safely say that the… Continue reading

Wokyo™ Noodle Bar

It was going to be a lazy mid-week lunch and we wanted a place which would not rush us and had a cozy atmosphere in the Jumeirah Lake Towers neighbourhood. Had read good… Continue reading

Streetery Food Hall by Zen

Years ago, when I lived in Business Bay – in the days where there weren’t proper roads and the skyline had not yet risen – there were very few order-in food options who… Continue reading

NARA Pan Asian

Festivities continue well into the new year especially when you have friends who have been away enjoying well deserved holidays over the actual festive season. So when three of us decided to band… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with LILY HOA NGUYEN

Vietnam gave me some of my most memorable holiday memories, but the one thing that always stood out was the wonderful Vietnamese people. So a self-taught Vietnamese lady chef who had as recently… Continue reading

NOSH: FISHERMAN’S MARKET BUFFET

I suddenly seem to be discovering a new foodie love – a love of seafood! I will now more-or-less try anything. So when an invitation to try the Fisherman’s Market buffet at Nosh… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with MARTA YANCI

If there is a song that sums up what Marta Yanci is doing it has got to be ‘I did it my way’ by Frank Sinatra. A lawyer who loved to cook, Marta… 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

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