Omidivan – Karama

Omidivan is an authentic Goan restaurant in Karama. Located in Building 2 of the Al Wasl Hub on 39th Street, the restaurant is easy to miss as its entrance is in one of the mini-courtyard recesses of the building (similar to The Meating Room). Step in and you’ll find a refreshingly cool environment, handsomely decorated … Continue reading Omidivan – Karama

Fish Hut, The – Barsha

The Fish Hut is an amazing, newly-opened seafood restaurant in Barsha. This is the second of two branches, the first being in Oud Metha. I can’t believe it’s already three years since I first visited the original on street 8, behind Lamcy Plaza. I can remember how impressed I was then. And it’s the same … Continue reading Fish Hut, The – Barsha

Karandi’s – Karama

Karandi’s is a tiny, two table South Indian dosa specialist on food street in Karama. It’s located right next door to Chat Bazaar, opposite soon to open Kolkata biryani and Mughlai specialists, Arsalan. Like most of the restaurants on this famous Karama food strip, Karandi’s also has a number of tables and chairs outside which, … Continue reading Karandi’s – Karama

Smørrebrød – Al Quoz

Smørrebrød is an amazing little Scandinavian café-restaurant in Al Quoz. Brainchild of eccentric Swedish Chef Tomas Hoog, this hidden gem of an eatery is actually very hard to find. And that’s because it’s tucked away inside the Hungarian Games warehouse in possibly the last place you would expect to find a restaurant. In fact, the … Continue reading Smørrebrød – Al Quoz

The Terrace – Mudon

The Terrace is a licensed, all-day-dining restaurant with an Italian bias at the Trump International Golf Club in Mudon. Its interior is best described as golfer’s smart-casual although there are nothings casual about prices on the menu, which are most definitely fine dining. Being a Trump establishment it’s hard to enter without bearing some sort … Continue reading The Terrace – Mudon