Highwaymen Cruise Through The Food Trail of Dubai


NDTV Good Times | October 20, 2016 16:02 IST
 



After having travelled through the length and breadth of the country in search for gastronomical perfection, India's original street food connoisseurs Rocky and Mayur promise to take you on a culinary road trip, but this time in the city of Dubai. India's most famous highway foodies visit Dubai hungrier than ever before.
 
Join them as they take you through an alternative food journey of Dubai with their signature brand of fun, craziness and a whole lot of humour.

1.    Frying Pan Adventure Tours
Imagine a food tour that takes you through Old Dubai and lets you sample delights of the Middle East and beyond. From Egyptian pastries to Iranian breads to Oriental momos, the streets of Old Dubai have everything. Food Fanatic Arva Ahmed leads a 3-4 hours crawl and her guidance is invaluable since many eateries lack signs and even addresses. Definitely a foodie trail off the beaten track.
 


2.    Dubai Brunches at Vida Downtown & Ewaan The Palace
Brunc, in the last couple of decades has become the favourite meal for a lot of people and for that particular section of brunch enthusiasts, Vida Downtown is an oasis in Dubai. Highly rated, the place offers a delectable culinary experience to its guests. Another one of the popular brunch places in Dubai is Ewaan the Palace. Ewaan's Friday offerings are often billed as indulgent. But if you're not a seafood fan, you might feel a little left out of the festivities, as fruits de mer is undoubtedly the main attraction. Make sure you check out these two places whenever in Dubai and heading for a brunch.
 

3.    Spice Souk
Spice Souk is definitely a place which the Indian traveller will consider a home away from the country. Located in Deira, the narrow alleyways of the souklet you soak in the atmosphere and aroma of the past as you are introduced to mounds of aromatic herbs and spices spilling from large baskets at every turn.

In addition, several household, textiles, incense, rugs and artefacts are other popular items sold in the Spice Souk. Don't forget to bargain as you buy your favourite item as it is a norm at souk.
 


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