I can safely say that my favorite kind of cuisine in the world of culinary experiences has to be Italian, It brings a level of comfort to me that is indescribable (no judgment). Roberto’s, the home-grown Italian restaurant concept, opened it’s doors in Dubai’s financial district – a prime location for any “It” restaurant in the region.
You all know I’m a sucker for candy, and good food. With the latest addition to Dubai’s growing number of restaurants, my sweet tooth and stomach are satisfied. The celebrity favorite American Brasserie Sugar Factory has finally found a home in the city of Dubai. This iconic brand is the latest addition to the unique dining concepts that is settling into its new home at Dubai Festival City thus making its first overseas foray out of the United States.
Abu Dhabi residents who’ve been pining for an invite to the Emirates’ most exclusive monthly supper club finally have the chance to experience the menu and signature design aesthetic for themselves. No. Fifty Seven Boutique Café brings the unmistakable setups of Alamira Noor Bani Hashim and the culinary expertise of Buthaina Al Mazrui to a wider audience. The highly anticipated café opened its doors at Al Marasy, Bateen Harbour in October 2014 for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
So what Is the first thing one is to do when touching down in Istanbul? Well other than going to the hotel and having a hot shower, It’s to go and get yourself induced into a food coma at the one and only Nusret. Now any one that knows me will tell you that I’m a major foodie, I’m a firm believer in the good food means good life mantra. Going to Nusret in Dubai is an experience on it’s own, but visiting Nusret in Istanbul is on a whole other level.