7 things to do in California, USA

There are a few places around the world that are really close to my heart; California is surely one of them. I stayed in California for only a week but it felt like one of those places that I wouldn’t mind settling down in. From beaches to city life, from amazing restaurants to iconic structures,…

7 things to do in Stavanger, Norway

Stavanger (Norway) is one of my favourite cities in the world. I have already been there twice and have stayed for about a month (if not more). Stavanger is one of the prettiest places I have ever visited. There is a lot to do in Stavanger and places around it. This is my first post…

Jodhpur – Staying true to its roots

They say that necessity is the mother of invention. This holds true for food as well. With people travelling more often than they used to and trying different kinds of food, fusion in food was the need of the hour. Jodhpur is one of those restaurants that cater to those who like modern contemporary food….

Flavours of Cape Town

The flavour of a city is what one usually remembers the most, long after the vacation is over. Cape Town’s flavours are as diverse as its people via @thejaxblog

Movie Review: Bad moms

It has been some time since I came across a good comedy movie. I am glad to say that Bad moms falls somewhat in that category. Starring Mila Kunis, Kathryn Hahn, Kristen Bell and Christina Applegate, Bad moms focuses on the issues that every mom faces in her day to day life. The movie revolves…

Just wing it – The most unplanned trip ever

“I don’t know where I’m going, but I’m going. Are you coming with me?” This is a quote I read a few days back and it took me back to my recent Euro trip. Being a person who always likes planning things and keeping a track of stuff on the calendar, the trip was an…

Guys Brunch Time – Bice, Hilton JBR

A few years back, I was not a brunch person and the whole idea of brunch for me seemed to be out of proportion. After being a bit hesitant for the first few brunches, I finally managed to accept the entire idea of Brunching. Fast forward to 2016, I became quite regular to brunches during the…

Urban Thai at Little Bangkok, JLT

I had been waiting to try Little Bangkok for quite some time so when I came across a deal on Groupon for a Thai fixed menu for AED 123, I made sure that I did not skip the opportunity. Since the voucher could be used at any branch, it was a tough decision to choose…

Purple Flower – The Royal Budha, Holiday Inn Al Barsha

I have been hooked on to Thai cuisine for some time now and I don’t miss the chance of trying a new place every now and then. As me and my friends were running through the list of restaurants to try around the Barsha area, my eyes landed on The Royal Budha and we looked…

Asha’s, MOE – The Chicken Tikka Effect

In the past, I had walked past Asha’s many a times and have always thought about trying the food but somehow I hadn’t been able to do so. I finally managed to visit the restaurant and I am glad I did. Spacious, comfortable, abstract art and semi dark (more on the dark side) lighting is…

Molecularly Gastronomofied – Farzi Cafe

Molecular Gastronomy! Try to remember this term because this has become the next big thing all around the world. It is no longer about serving food that tastes good, it is also not about food looking pleasing to your eyes, it is about Science and Magic. So what is molecular gastronomy? Let me make it…