Best Pizzas in Abu Dhabi – Taste them all

Pizza is a delicious delicacy loved by all and available almost everywhere, prepared with unique culinary twists. Known for its delicious flavours, here are some of the best places to munch on delicious and crunchy pizza when in Abu Dhabi.

 

Amici

 

This is a vibrant restaurant decorated in blue and green to give the ambience of a dining room. Burata is common in ingredients added to salads and antipasti dishes. The restaurant is open from 12.30pm to 3pm for lunch and from 7pm to 11pm for dinner.

 

Bocca

 

This is a stylish restaurant which is known to have won awards for its supreme flavours of pizza. Restaurant is open daily from 12pm to 3pm for lunch and from 7pm to 11pm for dinner. The La scura ai frutti di mare or the Dark Seafood Pizza (it has a charcoal base) is a hit here.

 

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Carluccio’s

 

With a casual and relaxed ambience, it is a wonderful weekend hangout spot for most people. This is one of the best restaurants in Eastern Mangroves district and is only a short drive away from most luxury hotels in the district such as Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara. The Frutti di mare is a lip-smacking delight you must try when in the restaurant.

 

Caramel Restaurant & Lounge Abu Dhabi

This is a cozy hangout spot serving modern American cuisine. The restaurant is open daily from 6pm to 1am.The tuna pizza with fresh tuna and shallot pickles is definitely a highlight.

 

Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.

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Food Tour in Galle Sri Lanka- Welcome to flavour town.

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Surrounded by the glorious ocean and filled with majestic colonial structures, and happy people, Galle is a place for the wanderer at heart. Exotic seafood with scrumptious flavours are a hit in Galle. Restaurants often serve freshly caught fish to add into this experience.

A food tour is the best way to explore culinary culture of Galle and Juliet Coombe is the proud organizer of the Galle food tour.

Getting there
The food tour carried out for small groups of ten or less and the tour has to be booked beforehand. Contact Coombe and get the date, time and place scheduled.

What does it include?
The tour includes a walking tour in Galle fort, an opportunity to participate in a cooking class, an interesting history lesson about the Galle fort, an opportunity to taste traditional Sri Lankan food and spice tea.

The cooking course
The cooking course aims to teach you how to prepare some Sri Lankan traditional dishes such as ‘pol sambol’, fish curry and prawn curry. These are locale favorites and are undoubtedly served in most restaurants in the area including Oak Ray Anchorage. You are allowed to sample the food throughput the class, although these are extremely spicy dishes so don’t be too greedy.

Other highlights

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You will cruise around the Galle fort, drink a freshly plucked ‘thambili’, sip some delicious spice tea at the storyteller’s spot as you learn about its medical uses, meet the local fisherman, the street vendors and bite on a ‘pol rotti’.

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Traditional Maldivian Breakfast -It’s simple and delicious

What comes to mind when you think of breakfast in the Maldives? Without any doubt, you immediately envision the commodity available in its abundance all around the Maldives. Fish! Right!

Yummy!

Although breakfast seems a simple affair, it is a yummy affair. Most preparations are a combination of Kerala and Sri Lankan cooking styles.

Mas Huni

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A traditional breakfast looks very fishy. This dish is called Mas Huni and it’s a simple combination and is essentially tuna mixed with plenty of freshly grated coconut. This is served accompanied with freshly baked Roshi or even chapatti.

Preparation
Usually, preparations begin early in the morning after their customary early morning prayers, by getting the dough ready. You will find that most Maldives island restaurants the likes of Adaaran Select Meedhupparu serve this traditional dish for breakfast.

Rihaakuru
This is a paste made out of tuna. Rihaakuru has a variety of colours from brown to jet brown. If you are in the company of a local, you will notice that they consume this paste almost daily. It tastes good, but the procedure of extracting it from tuna is not that easy.

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