Al Leekh – Qusais

Same name, same location but new owners, new interior, new menu and, as a consequence, a new lease of life – Al Leekh (which means fishing net in Arabic) is the closest thing to a South Iranian Khodemooni restaurant with something very unique to offer – seafood. New owners, kabab masters @al.fareejrestaurants, have spruced the … Continue reading Al Leekh – Qusais

Sucre – DIFC

The business lunch at Sucre DIFC promises much, not least some Latino flair, but also meats cooked the Argentine way (indirectly) on a ‘parilla’ (grill). I was instantly in love and at home with Sucre’s interior – rustic, earthy, chic-casual and very, very unpretentious…a breath of fresh air in super stuck up DIFC. Enhancing the … Continue reading Sucre – DIFC