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.
Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates where most overseas workers and expatriates reside. About an hour and a half drive from Dubai, Abu Dhabi is also known for its Filipino restaurants that are commonly visited by most Filipinos within the 7 emirates in the country.
In every place we step into, there is always this one thing that we keep on enjoying about. And it leaves imprints in our hearts that every time we come back, we simply look for it over and over again. As we all know, Singapore is very famous for its world-class culinary and authentic local recipes. Over the years that we have been travelling to this country, our forever favorite food destination is the Food Republic located in Vivo City.
For the 3rd time in the last week we found ourselves enjoying the splendor of Hot Palayok’s delectable dishes, on board Filipino cooking. We can’t just take our eyes off its unique, stylish, lively modern art Filipino setting.
It was such a very fortunate thing that once again, Francis and Anna were invited to a special guesting to a grand celebratory gathering to welcome one of the finest Filipino buffets in Dubai. It was such an honor for us to participate in this meaningful once-in-a-lifetime event.
It is interesting to know that unlike in most Arabic countries where food is limited to “non-pork”, Armenia offers one. We enjoyed our stay in the Yerevan because of its dreamy destinations, tourist attractions, cold weather, and budget friendly and affordable food.