Tag Archive: tasty

BAKU Café

For the last many years, my husband and I have made it a tradition to go out to lunch on January 1st and try and new cuisine. So, this year, as I was… Continue reading

MASTI: INDIAN DONE RIGHT, DIFFERENTLY!

I got the perfect opportunity to review Masti at La Mer when a friend chose it as our lunch destination over the weekend. One thing I must get out of the way, before… Continue reading

PA PA YA: PA PA VASOOL

When I stepped out of the protective walls of boarding school to enter junior college in Bombay, little did I know that three girls – Swati, Purvi and Shaheen – would befriend me,… 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

THE HIVE: IT’S BUZZING

The one thing in Dubai that everyone just does not seem to tire of are its lazy, food-filled, free-flowing filled glasses at the various Brunches dotted around the city! There are more choices… Continue reading

CHEF TALK: FIRE IT UP! with MAHMOUD TURKMANI

Who knew that 13 years later, I would be sitting in front of the Chef that introduced me to my favourite weekend go-to-meal in 2003 – mini shawarma pockets with a delectable garlic… 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

SHANGHAI CHIC: WORTH EVERY PENNY

There are some restaurants you just want to keep to yourself. But as a food blogger it would be a huge dis-service if I did not share. Shanghai Chic is nestled at the… Continue reading

The Hide: Nice to Meat You

This is not a review, but more a pictorial journey of the food I got to sample at The Hide’s launch party. The food was presented in bite size finger food style whereas… Continue reading