Filipinos love food. No questions ask as it has always been the case where food is a big chunk of our spending. From time to time, we always scout for new, good, tasty, value, hot, and trending food.
Little Manila already established a name to both the Filipino and foreign community in Dubai. Located in Muraqqabat, Deira, the food house maintained its known Filipino food brands, each one showcasing its own specialties. And more to it, they constantly innovate on food!
Rotana is known for its luxury branding, promoting comfort and value to its global guests. One of its restaurants, Channels, which is located at the ground floor of Media Rotana Hotel in Dubai is already one of the top favorites in our list. After having a splendid iftar, we would recommend you to try the specialties this 5-star food hub has to offer.
Filipinos love food, that is very certain. No wonder we see a lot of Filipino restaurants and eatery all over Dubai and other emirates. One of the hidden spots for a lovely night out with friends and family is Dagat Dagatan Restaurant.
Ramadan is considered to be a holy month in Islam in which their people are doing a 30-day prayer while fasting. Though expatriates are not required to follow such, it is expected from them that utmost respect by not to showing off eating outside is required. Moslems are only allowed to eat from 7.15 pm until 4.00 am. Thus, it is a commonly used practice that at 7.15 pm onwards, during thus month, IFTAR buffets and dinners are served.
Fridays in Dubai are officially off, a non-working weekend anticipated by many. Most of the time we do eat and sleep during this time to de-stress from the week’s heavy loads. Mixed nationalities from different parts of the world have one thing in common. That is food.
When it comes to dining, there are 3 features that we appreciate aside from the taste, that is, the atmosphere, the dishes, and the service. Fortunately, Kaleidoscope has these all.