I’ve realized that my appetite for bread have grown increasingly the longer I stayed in Dubai which is good for me of course. I wanted to gain weight – so bread is a friend.
Cheese manakish of Al Reef Lebanese Bakery, is for me the best cheese bread ever! It is a white Arabic bread that is serve fresh and warm with cheese filling (mozzarella) made from wood-fired oven.
It’s so good when it is still warm you can see the cheese stretches when you bite. For only 6 dirhams my dinner is solved!
According to an Emirati friend who referred this bakery. Al Reef is the oldest and famous for it’s delicious Arabic bread and sweets.
The bakery is located in the same street of Karama Post Office. The shop beside it serves nice shawarmas too. What I like about the shop is the massive selection of Arabic sweets displayed on each side of the shop.
After blogging so much about shops in Karama you probably are convinced that this place is a haven for foodies. So here’s a another treat for all the Dubaian’s out there.
Let me share to you this very cute Al fresco dining place of Yalla Momos. We have been a happy customer since they have opened ages ago and felt bad to do a review this late.
From the time they opened until they have renovated the place people can’t just get enough of their delicious momos!
Momo is a famous street food in Nepal and is widespread throughout India. It’s similar to Chinese dumpling that has varieties of filling. You can get vegetable, cheese, chicken, beef, and mushroom momos.
I would like to thank Abby and Jai for their lovely treat. It’s their first time to try momos and they really enjoyed it! Abby actually have craving for it now.
There should always be Way-way noodles (careful it’s very spicy) on our order which is a perfect combination with Momos.
I was browsing through my old Instagram photos and found this cute little pugcakes that I received last birthday from my dearest.
Before Sugaholic was formed, the two sisters Sneha Bhatia and Ravisha Bhatia from India treated it as a passion and hobby. Later on by the strong demand and encouragement of their friends who got so gaga over their delicious cakes decided to open a business and now became one of the cutest and trendy bakeshop in Karama.
The normal cupcake costs 14 dirhams and the customised one is 18.
You can find their cute little shop in Karama behind Yoko Sizzlers.
Nope this isn’t a post about dining in the city of love which is Paris as what the page title says but, how I wish it was. This is a post about our wonderful experience at Hediard.
Hediard Cafe Paris is one of those cafes that offers variety of menu with a taste of European dishes.
If you happen to be one of those they call as ‘breakfast person’ and into fry-ups – I strongly recommend Hediard.
Our order was an English breakfast menu that composed of cereals, toasts and fresh juice. Once done they served us with our main order that comes with grilled beef bacon, potato hash browns, baked beans, grilled tomato, fried egg, mushrooms and beef sausages.
For the amount of 38 dirhams each we have enjoyed a filling breakfast at a reasonable price. I consider this as one of the best fry -ups that I have tasted.
The branch we visited is in Festival City which we fancied to try after our marathon (Terry Fox run). The experience is great and the service is exemplary. Until our next visit again Hediard!
I have been looking forward for this post since the day my teeth sink in to that freaking CLG thing! Btw, CLG stands for Chicken looks good. Not only that it looks good but it tastes divine. It’s a deep fried chicken breast stuffed with cheese, mushroom and salami.
We found out about Midnight Cafe through reading good reviews from Zomato. We use to walk past a small and very old looking cafe and would never thought that one day we will be blown away by their food. That is why you should never judge the book by it’s cover!
Tact along in a busy street of Karama across Al Attar is a small shop occupied less than 10 staff . They have no dining area so people coming in will have no choice but to order for take away and others will call for delivery.
I can’t get enough of this cafe in fact I have recommended it to my colleagues and they absolutely love it!
They deliver quicker than expected and the food is still warm. Midnight Cafe remains undisputed for my favourite food chain in Karama ! Try it for yourself.
Another found gem in the heart of Karama – Haji Ali Juice Center, one of the oldest and famous vegetarian joint in Mumbai.
An Indian friend highly recommended it to us and thought of giving it a try and we were glad to have made the decision.
At first, I thought they only serve juices by hearing it’s name – Haji Ali Juice Center. Well, what is business without choices? That’ll be dull.
Anyway, aside from their best selling fresh juices they also served healthy options of pure vegetable grilled sandwiches, rolls, and pizzas. For drinks they have milk shakes and falooda.
We ordered for a Mushroom Mozarella Grill that costs 15 dirhams, one portion of fries for 10 dirhams and fresh Pomegranate juice for 17 dirhams . I’m a big fan of grilled sandwiches and mozzarella so no wonder I have been hooked up with this new found eats. They are as well very convenient since they are open for take away and delivery.
Haji Ali Juice Center is located in the same side as Bombay Chowpatty and at the back side of Park Regis Hotel. You can check their menu here.
Our first try at Wok It made a favourable impression so we made a come back to try the rest of their menu. A spicy savoury aroma has filled the entire restaurant. We were accompanied by a lovely staff to be seated on their comfortable chairs.
Even if the place is full packed our orders arrived quicker than expected. That day was a Thursday so you get to see people everywhere mostly eating out.
The modern theme of the restaurant gives a pleasant touch and stands out compared to the other restaurants on the same side of the street. They have a huge area that can house less than 40 guests. It is located beside Pizza Hut in Karama and across Centrepoint.
We ordered Garlic Crackers as for our starter that costs 10 dirhams and we were given a dip sauce which is killer spicy but so nice.
I suddenly thought about Wok Inn, a similiar asian restaurant not too far from this place – that I have been longing to blog about. Once you are seated they will serve you an ample amount of crackers for FREE! Unfortunately without any clue why – has been shut down for business. We got devastated knowing about it. Well I hope Wok It will provide complimentary crackers also!
Moving on, finally we got the rest of the orders. Bakso Meat Ball Soup tasted like one of the Filipino dish we called ‘Nilaga‘. I really enjoyed it just the perfect combination for rice and Lamb Curry. The lamb is very lean and the curry sauce is mixed very well with it – it’s super spicy but you can request for milder one.
There’s just too much to blog around Karama and I won’t get tired, not even close to exploring it all yet.