ANOTHER FINE DAY

Another Fine Day markets itself as “contemporary cuisine” restaurant, but I wonder why it doesn’t market itself as “Indian-inspired modern cuisine” since, looking at the menu, there are many Indian dishes. To be fair, there are some Western and Middle-Eastern dishes too, but by far, the Indian-inspired dishes outweigh the rest. My husband and I…

BAKERY & BBQ

I was invited to a food tasting along with a few food bloggers around town this week at the Bakery & BBQ’s first branch in Muscat located on the ground floor of Al Argan Towers in Qurum opposite the Qurum Park. I wasn’t expecting anything spectacular from the whole look of the restaurant – but…

GRAFFITI BURGER BAR

I have been to Graffiti Burger Bar thrice but never really got around to writing a review yet. So this time, here I am planning to give you a lowdown on this cinematic looking burger bar in Shatti Al Qurum. It’s hard to miss this place with “Now Showing” written in big letters below a star…

ON THE WOOD

I love Lebanese food – the beautiful fusion of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine that is aromatic due to the fresh herbs, garlic and olive oil used in their food, not only makes it rich but also mouth wateringly delicious.  Hence, we decided to stop at one such eatery while on the way back from…

MELENZANE

Melenzane is an Italian restaurant that sits in a corner in Shatti Al Qurum next to the cinema and while you may not expect much from it at the first glance, the food there will change your mind and your mood. This eatery had the calming influence that I needed after a hectic morning at work. They’ve…

THE MANHATTAN FISH MARKET

A topic I could never bore of talking about, and one I incessantly get into, is food and where to eat in Muscat. I love food so much, I want everyone to eat great food and I hope the world lives forever if just to give us wonderful food. And if you share my love…

B + F ROADSIDE DINER

The winters in Muscat calls for more time outdoors, but securing a spot at a restaurant to dine al fresco is purely luck, especially at The Wave. Though many of Muscat’s newer restaurants lean toward urban industrial looks, those at Al Mouj often are more warm, artsy and sometimes a little fancy. But both have casual fare…

COPPER RESTAURANT

Many a times I have passed through the Sayh Al Malih Street in Qurum and seen the chic signboard that says Copper right from the road side. So one night, we hopped in here for a quick dinner before heading to Qurum City Centre for a late movie.  The Australian inspired Austral-Asian restaurant emanates an…

MARKETTE

Those in Dubai would already know this popular not-so-little restaurant in Dubai Mall next to The Aquarium right before you get to The Cheesecake Factory (again a famous spot for every person visiting Dubai – check out my review here). They have a branch in Box Park, Al Safa too which is currently closed for…

MOTOMACHI JAPANESE RESTAURANT

Nestled in a corner of Dubai Festival City, this restaurant is in a bit of a hidden spot; it’s getting more popular as one of the best authentic Japanese restaurants in town though. You can find them close to the huge Robinsons store on the ground floor next to the waterfront exit. As you walk in,…

D’ARCY’S KITCHEN

Breakfast’s the most important meal of the day and you all deserve to eat well, so kick off your weekend at this English style inspired eatery at Jawharat Al Shatti in Shatti Al Qurum or you could also drop in at their second branch in MSQ. Those of you in Muscat would already know how amazing this…

CASPER & GAMBINI’S

I am not a morning person… are you? But I am definitely a breakfast person…you must be thinking how does both go together!! Confusing, right? Well not really, you see…I can jump right out of bed if there is a prospect of breakfast waiting for me somewhere that I don’t have to drag myself to cook up…So yeah,…