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Iftar at TresInd – Review…


Last week, I had the pleasure of reviewing possibly the most spectacular Iftar and dining experience, to date – TrésInd. Located on the second floor of Nassima Royal Hotel, with a view of Sheikh Zayed Road, the restaurant is “known for the unique infusion of molecular gastronomy”, presenting traditional Indian cuisine in a modern manner. During Ramadan, TrésInd’s menu “aims to showcase what Islamic…

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Iftar Menu Review at Mint Leaf of London, Dubai…


Mint Leaf Dubai unveils a selection of authentic Indian cuisine with an innovative contemporary twist that promises a truly exceptional gastronomic experience. Located on the 15th floor of the Emirates Financial Tower in DIFC, Mint Leaf of London overlooks Downtown Dubai in all it’s glory. It is only the first of many surprises throughout the night that will leave your…

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My Ramadan Diaries 2015…


Ramadan Eve: Excited. A feeling of peace and gratitude has overcome me. After Maghrib, I looked at my smiling, giggling, jumping, mischief making little boy and all I kept repeating to Allah was ThankYou ThankYou ThankYou for the biggest blessing in my life. 

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Iftar at Times of Arabia…


Last week, we headed off to Times of Arabia in Dubai Mall for a Lebanese Iftar. My husband, Baby Z and I stepped into an abnormally quiet Downtown Dubai, due to it being Ramadan. I don’t think I have ever seen Dubai Mall to be this empty, but it allowed us to get plenty of photographs without waiting for tourists…

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What Ramadan means to me…


Being a Muslim, Ramadan is the most special month in the Islamic calendar. It is the month that Satan is chained up, and the shower of God’s mercy rains upon all Muslims more than ever. The night of the moon sighting always fills me with a tingling excitement. I can’t describe that feeling of inner peace and fulfillment. You see,…

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