A renowned location in the United Arab Emirates, celebrated for its opulent and magnificent architecture, including landmarks like the Burj Khalifa and the Burj Al Arab hotel.
Dubai is the ideal destination for tourists, and there are a number of reasons why,” Farida Ahmed, a guide and owner of Frying Pan Adventures, told Travel + Leisure. “It is safe, whether you are traveling solo or as a family.
Street food, of course, predates bao buns and vegan dirty fries by a few millennia. In Dubai, you can easily get lost among the stalls of Meena Bazaar–the city’s Little India–and feast on old-school classics such as mango lassi, aloo vada sandwiches and pani puri.
La guide, Moza Almatrooshi, de l’entreprise féminine Frying Pan Adventures, nous fait découvrir le parcours des habitants du vieux Dubaï à travers leurs spécialités culinaires.
Farida Ahmed, the food tour guide and lifelong Dubai resident, shares her top tips for uncovering hidden gems in the desert city.
An evening food tour with Frying Pan Adventures, visiting restaurants in Al Rigga, gave further insight into how residents live.
The tours tell a story of the city’s history and its food, weaving together a larger story about community, migration, and aspiration in a city that is at a global crossroads.
Frying Pan Adventure receives guests from all over the world. The tour leaders welcome world travelers, vacationers, as well as local couples seeking a fun date night.
To get an insider’s perspective, explore the area with the passionate guides at Frying Pan Adventures