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We are a little ashamed to admit it, but despite having lived in the UAE for almost three years, this was the first time that we visited Abu Dhabi’s Qasr Al Hosn festival.
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Being a blogger certainly has it perks and the #ZomatoMeetup events are certainly one of them.
We were very excited this week to receive an invite from Market Kitchen to attend a tasting for their new dining concept ‘Lunch In’Box‘ at the stunning Le Royal Meridien hotel. The concept is simple – customers can order a two course meal for just Dhs 75 and can be finished eating within thirty minutes.
Decadent – is the only word we can use to describe the opening event at La Patisserie Des Reves in Abu Dhabi’s Yas Mall.
Housed inside the prestigious Tryano department store, you wouldn’t even know that the quaint little patisserie even existed – unless you were in the know. The patisserie is currently one of Abu Dhabi’s best kept secrets – but we’re sure that’s about to change!
Moshi is one place that we had been dying to try for some time now. Located just behind The Mall Of The Emirates in Barsha 1 – the venue is a pretty nondescript place in an area of little footfall… Yet Moshi has somehow managed to carve out quite a reputation (and dedicated foodie following) in the short time that it has been open, and after dining here, we can certainly see why.
The Friday brunch at Al Qasr is quite rightly the stuff of legend. It is rumoured to be the first Friday brunch to exist in the UAE and remains hugely popular attracting hundreds of hungry guests each and every Friday without fail. It is also arguably the biggest brunch on the Dubai dining scene with an overwhelming selection of food available, that will quite possibly cause your brain to go into sensory overload. This brunch is so large that at one point you were given a map to help you navigate your way through the various bars and food options on offer. Things have changed slightly now but it is still an extravagant affair.
Let’s start this blog post by saying that we don’t follow the Formula 1, but having lived in the Emirates for a number of years now, the Abu Dhabi GP was something that we wanted to experience at least once. The race which is held annually on the Yas Marina Circuit is arguably the biggest sporting event held in the UAE with over 60,000 spectators taking to Yas Island each year to experience the final race of the Formula 1 season.