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Where to eat British food in Dubai

Immigrants always bring their food with them and as Dubai has more expatriates than locals, there are restaurants from every corner of the globe. British expats were always catered to by the odd thing on the menu (fish and chips) and a clutch of pubs (avoid at all costs), but about five or six years ago the wave of modern British cooking hopped on a plane and landed in the Emirates. 1,616 more words


Review: AquaShard - Drinks on top of the world

The night before moving to Brighton two friends and me decided to celebrate everything that has happened and will happen and went for drink in one of the poshest places we could think of – … 870 more words


Chicken Feet For Breakfast?!

It’s somewhat rare that I get to grab dim-sum, also known as yum-cha (drink tea).  Traditionally, you would wake up early as people tend to start their day around the time of sunrise.   492 more words


5 ways to guarantee a successful limited-time offer

LTOs (limited-time offers) are a staple in the restaurant industry and for good reason.

A recent Technomic study suggests that half of Millennials and Gen Xers enjoy being the first of their friends to try an LTO menu item. 608 more words


Why? Weekends!

You gotta love when your birthday falls on a Friday, giving you an entire weekend to celebrate! I took Friday off from work and spent the day with Jeffrey, which was a perfect way to begin a birthday weekend. 508 more words


Sister Cafes: Common Galaxia & Dead Man Espresso

The dynamic duo – Luke Mutton and Kylie Mackinla are the creators of much loved sister cafes, Common Galaxia in Seddon and Dead Man Espresso in South Melbourne. 291 more words



When we finally got up to Stowe Mountain Lodge in Vermont, we decided to go out for dinner. Looking for something casual, we decided on Gracie’s. 391 more words