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Iftar with RoohAfza

 

Iftar with RoohAfza

Ramazan is that time of the month, in which we are tested to our greatest extent. It is the month in which we fast i.e. refrain from eating or drinking. Therefore, ending our long, exhausting days with something refreshing and hydrating is necessary.
From my childhood till present, Rooh Afza has been my faithful companion, especially in Iftar. Whether you drink it in the form of milk, or mix it with lemon juice and chia seeds, or top melon or vermicelli with the red sorbet, it tastes equally delicious and energizing! When I watched the latest advertisement of Rooh Afza, it literally transported me back to my youth, when my grandmother would always keep a chilled glass of Rooh Afza for me on the table to break my fast with.

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Food, Lifestyle

Khaana with Padosi Shan Style

Wouldn’t you get goosebumps down your spine thinking of living in an isolated area in your city? No houses around, no people, nothing! The thought itself is pretty creepy. We are social animals, we need to have people around us. But do we even value the people in our surrounding? ponders

Door bell rings, you open the gates and the old lady says she is your grandmother’s friend. You later inquire and get to know your dadi and this lady were neighbors once! “Whaaaattt”, you think to yourself! You being surprised isnt a surprise really, because nowadays we barely connect with neighbors.

It is about time that the essence of neighborhood should be revived. #Shan took a step forward and helped us all recall that you can share happiness with your parosi!

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Food, Lifestyle

WingItt Experience

WingItt Experience

To supper my craving and discovering something new for my taste buds I ended up at Wingitt after shopping with my friend. Wingitt is a new restaurant with the casual dining experience. I ordered burgers, wings, sandwiches and oreo shake. I ordered their honey mustard burgers. These burgers were definitely something different. It had melted beef bursting with the flavors of honey and mustard.

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Food, Lifestyle

Marco’s Italian Kitchen

Marco’s Italian Kitchen 

Marco's Italian Kitchen

Marco’s Italian Kitchen

Since, the United Arab Emirates holds a sound reputation in the food world around the globe, undoubtedly, Marco’s Italian Kitchen was a remarkable experience as we were pleasingly surprised by this new Italian eatery at the Pyramids, Wafi. For all those people who are fond of Italian food, Marco’s is the right place!

As we enter the restaurant, a very unique interior welcomes us which is very cozy and casual at the same time. We were seated indoors, watching everything live, cooking in their workshop like kitchen, that has been trending a lot these days in the UAE. The whole theme of the restaurant features color, with all the ingredients displayed on the front. The most amazing thing about this restaurant is that they have their own botanic garden where they grow vegetables that they use in their food. Isn’t that incredible?

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Zaroob- Real Lebanese Food In Dubai.

Zaroob- Real Lebanese Food In Dubai.

If one word could be used to describe Zaroob, then it is definitely ‘funky’. Because of the crazy colorful theme, Zaroob comes out as fun, fresh and fashionable! The concept itself is inspired by conventional street vendors (thus named as Zaroob – Levant street eatery), serving traditional and scrumptious Lebanese food.

What makes Zaroob unique is it’s eye catching theme in which one will find every color in the world. It’s double story slots showcases a live workshop like kitchen where one can watch all the chefs working in a cheerful ambiance with cluttering sounds all around. The ornamentation of the whole restaurant houses a traditional street market of the Middle East, with catchy slogans written almost everywhere!

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Healthy With Kashmir

Healthy With Kashmir

After its last heartwarming ad on Eid, Kashmir Banaspati & Cooking Oil has come up with another exceptional TVC that touches on our everyday family values and looks relatable to the core! Starting with a child’s innocent protest against having Bhindi for lunch, it continues to share how even we, as grownups, also disregard vegetables as soon as we see them, and more often than not, make excuses so we could skip eating them. Kashmir Banaspati & Cooking Oil has picked this very sentiment and in an extremely radiant and effectively engaging manner, flipped it round on a 180! Because now with Kashmir’s oil, not only does food become exciting, but it also becomes something your heart immediately finds a craving for.

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