Tag Archive: mydubai

Sip-a-licious Facts About . . .TEA

  Tea is one of the most popular beverages around the world and it would be easy to think that every day is International Tea Day. However, since 2005, International Tea Day has… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with VIVEK KASHIWALE

A man of contradictions (in a nice way) is how I sum up Vivek. By that I mean – he seems an impatient man, but when it comes to his cooking style is… Continue reading

CRUMBLE: A HEALTHY OPTION

Last week, amidst a crazy work event, I dropped in for a Blogger event at Crumble. Just a hop- skip-and-jump from the Dubai Mall metro station, I was grateful for its location as… 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

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with LLOYD ROBERTS

Lloyd has worked and gained experience in some of the most renowned restaurants in the world serving Japanese cuisine – from Nobu to Zuma, from Novikov to his current abode at Wakame. But… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with ABDULMAJID ABOOUN

This man smiles in the face of adversity who is as humble as they come. Chef Abdul arrived in Dubai to work in the kitchen of a restaurant run by his extended family… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with SAMIR ROONWAL

The decision to leave the Canadian snow and move to the sandy shores of Dubai after 25 years was something that came easily to Chef Samir – and he has never regretted it… Continue reading

BRUNCH: TAKING IT TO THE STREETS

Street food always gets me! I have been fortunate to grow up in a city like Bombay which has a thriving street food culture which we are all very proud of it. So… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with ANTONI MORALES

I have to admit, this Chef has courage. He left his home country to work in a country whose language he did not know at all (I know I wouldn’t have the guts… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with NIGEL LOBO

Nigel referred to Bombay as Mumbai – so I knew instantly he belonged to a younger generation (the other give-away being that he does look young). The one quality that comes to mind… Continue reading