I cannot forget the day when I was introduced to the food called Steak. A succulent piece of meat with good fat content, minimalistic seasoning and yet full of flavors. Since that day there was no looking back for me.
The fact of reviewing a vegetarian restaurant for a non-vegetarian foodie like me was not very exciting in the beginning, to be honest. But, my perception was going to change, forever with their on the Counter Specialties – Pani Puri & Dahi Papdi Chat. What an experience that was for me having Pani Puri made to my choice of fillings and chutney.
How I enjoyed my food there? watch this week’s webisode of The Hidden Greats
Arabic street food is a worldwide phenomenon now. From New York to London, from Paris to the streets of Brazil, you will find Showermas, Falafels, and Manakeesh everywhere.
I love Arabic street food and I am always on a hunt to find the best in the town. Recently, I visited Zaroob and after my visit there, I don’t think, I will be able to go to any other Arabic Street food restaurant other than Zaroob.
Zaroob is unique in so many ways and I would like to mention few here…
- They don’t have a menu for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You can have whatever you want at whatever time of the day.
- Their interiors are raw, classy and funky. Their color schemes have a very positive feel, you can sit there for hours and you will not feel bored.
- They are really serious about their food and they are 100% authentic.
- Last but not the least their location. Zaroob at Al Majaz is probably the most beautiful place to have food.
In my opinion, Zaroob is by far one of the best in the Arabic street food business. They have taken the Arabic food to a completely different level. To know more about Zaroob, please watch this week’s webisode of The Hidden Greats.
Billions of people around the world eat street food. Its tasty, cheap and most of the time, the recipes are super original.
I am a huge fan of street food. In this webisode we headed to a restaurant in International City, Dubai which no one could stop talking about and known for bringing the street food from three major cities of the world, Shahi Paratha Roll.
Shahi Paratha Roll was started by Amir & Tayyeb out of their love and passion for street food, and none of the dishes on the menu were like anything we had tasted before.
Each dish had its own twist to it, whether it be international or desi. The dishes we tried were amazing especially the NY Chicken and Rice, which had been inspired by the street food of NYC.
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