Anna Seaman | May 23, 2013
Although the picturesque promenades of Europe’s Cote d’Azur or the summit of Victoria Peak in Hong Kong may seem a million miles away, perhaps if you close your eyes and relax with a cup of exotic blended tea, you might be able to drift away?
Saeed Saeed | May 21, 2013
Ferrari World Abu Dhabi’s received a culinary make over. We check out the brand new menu on offer.
Hugo Berger | May 20, 2013
Claws lobster buffet at the Westin Abu Dhabi hotel
Those with a taste for crustacean should pay heed.
Anna Seaman | May 16, 2013
After the success of the first year, Jumeirah Restaurant Week is back. The seven day festival where top-notch restaurants in Dubai offer set menus that are slimline on the budget but certainly not on the waist, begins on May 23.
Hugo Berger | May 14, 2013
Ingredients at Chez Sushi in Dubai
Making your own sushi can seem like an incredibly daunting task.
Maey El Shoush | May 9, 2013
Fancy being a chef for the night? Every Saturday and Sunday in June, The Thai Kitchen, at The Park Hyatt in Dubai, is offering Juhm Jihm, or hot pot, a communal Asian meal where guests can cook their own food at the table in an aromatic broth.
Anna Seaman | May 7, 2013
Michael Rakowitz in the kitchen at Dar Al Sulh
A pop-up restaurant in Dubai’s Traffic gallery is open for only one more night so now is your chance to go down and sample some genuine Iraqi fare.
Hugo Berger | May 6, 2013
Imago Restaurant & Bar at Le Royal Meridien
Oceans is no more, for the once-popular bar and restaurant at Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi has been revamped and rebranded.
Hala Khalaf | May 5, 2013
There’s nothing more glamorously decadent than dressing up and heading for an afternoon tea with like-minded lady friends, pinkies all pointed appropriately. Royal China Dubai, the award-winning Chinese restaurant in Dubai’s DIFC, is launching an authentic Chinese afternoon tea menu that will last through the summer months. From 3-5pm, guests can enjoy a range of exquisite Chinese teas that are served with either a complimentary steamed sweet bun or a fried dumpling. The Royal China team will be on hand to recommend teas that match the visitors’ personal taste; whether it is the Guangdong Red Tea or the Long Jing [...]
Maey El Shoush | April 28, 2013
The enticing smells and flavours of home cooked Emirati cuisine filled the air at the 23rd Abu Dhabi International Book Fair (ADIBF), during a masterclass with the UAE’s first female chef, Khulood Atiq.