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Experience Moombai in Dubai

A new Parsi-Iranian cafe cum bar has just opened at the H Hotel, the idea behind Moombai & Co is pretty simple, bringing back memories from the good old Indian days. The decor goes well with the theme, bricked walls covered with old movie posters, a board with some do’s and don’t, a massive autorickshaw which is an important feature of Mumbai. Continue Reading

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A new phase for Mint Leaf of London

Mint Of London has attracted a lot of people who have a profound love for Indian food and with the arrival of Chef Pradeep Kullar who has previously won quite a few awards for his phenomenal cooking is now…

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Celebrating The Rich Awadhi Cuisine at Amal, Armani

Awadhi cuisine is greatly influenced by the Mughals who ruled India for an over 300 years, and their style of cooking is still very prominent in many parts of India. Each dish is rich, intense and has a distinct…

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New and improved menu at Ashiana, Sheraton Dubai Creek

Ashiana in Sheraton Creek has a new menu which offers a symphony of flavours and dishes which will leave you hungry for more. Thursday night here is slightly busier than usual as they have live singers and ‘tabla’ players…

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SpiceKlub – A twist in Vegetarian Indian cuisine

Before I say anything about SpiceKlub, let me tell you it’s a franchise from Bombay, and it is finally in Dubai. A modern gastronomical restaurant but the twist here, it serves vegetarian food and ‘no’ you won’t miss the…

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Innovative Indian Cuisine, Carnival By Tresind

Carnival By Tresind has finally opened its door and even though Indian modern cuisine is at its peak it is arguably the most popular cuisine at this time, especially in UAE. If you are under the impression that Tresind…

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Junoon, Chef Vikas Khanna’s Indian treasure

Vikas Khanna’s restaurant Junoon opened in New York in 2009 and soon enough by the creative, hard work of this Chef it won the Michelin Star for the year 2012, 2013, and 2014. Soon enough the world was talking…