Wrapchic, popular back in the UK, was born out of the love for Indian & Mexican food. The founder Mahesh Raikar set up his first stall in Birmingham to serve Mexican food in an Indianized version. His vision for wrapchic is “To be the most loved burrito company in the world” so let’s find out if it’s maybe just that?
Dubai’s Brunch scene is getting more and more popular by the day and people actually make an effort to get up on Fridays to go out to spend this precious time with friends and family!
I love desi food! And when the food is served in a traditional yet contemporary style, it makes the experience even better.
As India’s doors opened to the Moghul Empire, the magical world of Moghlai cuisine was introduced. From here began the saga of the deliciously flavored saffron colored rice cooked with meats: The Biryani.
When the first Delhi Darbar had opened in Dubai, I remember a lot of people getting excited, that one of the most famous Indian chains was now going to be serving its delicacies in Dubai.
The restaurants at The Oberoi, Dubai guarantee to satisfy discerning palates. Ananta, is one of it’s finest, where guests can indulge in fine-dining Indian cuisine and enjoy traditional recipes.
I remember Ashiana as my first love for Indian fine dining food; it’s been around for that long. In my childhood, when we wanted to celebrate a special occasion, we would go to Ashiana. It was the only luxurious Indian restaurant we knew and loved.