Showing posts from May, 2019

Layali Tent at Roda Al Murooj - Arabesque surroundings and great food

Savour an Arabic Iftar at Layali Al Murooj Tent set amidst the lush garden of Roda Al Murooj, surrounded by palm trees and a water lagoon.  This cozy Ramadan tent is the perfect location to unwind this season, with great food, never-tried-before shisha flavours, beverages and live music played by a traditional oud player.
The Layali Tent - Ambiance The tent is decorated with all the trimmings of Ramadan, lovely lanterns, gorgeous ramadan props, traditional water urns, pretty carpets - the works!Every single direction I pointed the camera to, resulted in very pleasing images.

Over all the ambiance looks so festive, cozy and relaxing.  It is probably one of the prettiest Ramadan tents I've been to, this year.
Food Unlike the usual iftar buffets where there is a lot of binge eating and food wastage, the Layali tent offered a A La Carte menu complete with all the special Ramadan treats along with regular regional specialties. Guests can order as per their need, leaving wastage to the bare …

Malabari Cuisine at its best at Skillet Restaurant, Deira Dubai

If you're a fan of #Malabari Cuisine then there's a nice new restaurant in Deira (Al Wasl District,near fish roundabout) serving very authentic North #Kerala cuisine. Their menu also includes few North Indian and Chinese dishes and they are good at it.

The place is run by a young Indian couple who are passionate about the food business.

They have everything from Zafran Chai to South Indian breakfast, Pancake, Nutella Crepe, to more traditional Porridge and Tapioca, Pothichor, Banana leaf meals. Their seafood and meat selection have decent, if not extensive options. They have a nice selection of Chinese dishes too like Schezuan Chicken Noodles, Hakka Noodles and Chicken Nazi Goreng Rice (which is originally Indonesian) but classified under Chinese dishes on the menu :)) 

What we ate :

We had Haryali Tikka, Chicken Lolipop, in starters. In mains we tried Ghee Rice with Buffalo Meat and Thalaserry Dum Biryani. In veg - Paneer Tikka Masala and Veg Tawa Fry with #Kerala Paratha.

While a…

Afterlife Gastropub launches in Souk Al Bahar

Afterlife, one of the classiest gastropub, opened its door at Souk Al Bahar, Downtown. With a rarest combination of Turkish – Indian delicacies, the new gastropub stands out for its unique creation of cocktails & mocktails and an extensive selection of exotic range of Shisha flavors with an exhilarating view of Dubai Fountain and Burj Khalifa.

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A post shared by ★彡 John Thomas 彡★ 🇦🇪 (@blogliterati) on May 15, 2019 at 1:47am PDT Afterlife offers its guests with a chilled-out vibe and a bit of everything. With the inhouse DJ, one can expect late night grooves right through 'til the early hours. Behind the attractive bar counter is the legendary mixologist all the way from India, Shatbhi Basu, creating beautiful cocktails and mixing drinks. This place is for connoisseurs.

The concept is thought & visualized by Sandeep Goenka and executed by  Raajiv Nathany – the duo from Kolkata, India with an experience of more than 3 years in the F&B industry…