Tag Archive: Kebab

Sep 14

Doner & Gyros

Opens in Al Barsha Mall It’s not often you find an outlet in a food court that is worth putting  pen to paper over with the exception of Taqado at Mall of the Emirates and a little Thai place also in Mall of the Emirates that I am yet to write about, but today we …

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May 23

Farsi

Farsi Restaurant at JLT Yes those three magic letters again!!  Jumeirah Lake Towers is home to Farsi Restaurant and that is where I found myself yesterday.  It’s no secret that Persian food is one of my preferred foods and I am a regular visitor at our local Persian restaurant Caspian.  I think it is the …

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Jan 16

Latest Recipe

Latest Recipe opens its doors at the new look Le Meridien Mina Seyahi We as a family have various happy memories of Le Meridien Mina Seyahi. However, at one point in time it was rumoured it was to be no more!  However 11 months after closing its doors for a refurbishment the hotel is open …

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Jan 03

25 Degrees North

25 Degrees North hits TECOM … Whilst out and about the last couple of days I noticed a new Indian Restaurant in Damac Executive Heights Tower in TECOM.   Curiosity got the better of me today and with a friend and two children in tow we headed down to check out the newly opened 25 …

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Sep 16

Bosporus

The Mighty, magical Bosporus, also known as the Istanbul Straight, is the world’s narrowest strait, still used for international navigation, and crosses between the Asicatic and  European side of Istanbul, it’s 32 km connecting the Black Sea with the Sea of Marmara.  It is also a Turkish Restaurant in Jumeirah and it sells kebabs, so …

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Jul 29

Iftar @ Caspian Special Kebab

It’s no secret that I am a huge fan of this Iranian Restaurant which luckily for all of you has two branches at opposite ends of town.   Their main branch opened 13 years ago and is based in Rolla, Street Bur Dubai, but the branch I use is in Al Barsha 1, behind the Kebab Rolls Building. At the …

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