What is Michelin's Bib Gourmand and which Dubai restaurants are included?
New to the Dubai food scene, Teible opened its doors in February at the Jameel Arts Centre. The brainchild of entrepreneur Peter Ahn, Teible aims to offer a vibrant menu designed around an increasingly important eat-local philosophy, which is motivated by a four-pillar value system: sustainability, seasonality, simplicity and integrity.
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Chef Sheerin Ghaffar currently leads a team of bakers and pastry chefs at Teible. Since joining the team less than a year ago, she has brought in new seasonal dessert menus and elevated the entire baked goods division. From workshops and masterclasses to her passion for sustainability, Ghaffar also uses her role as a platform to educate others on pastry and how far it can go.
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Teible was featured live on Dubai Eye this afternoon to discuss Teible’s concept and how Chef Carlos goes around the UAE to find local seasonal produce. This is an amazing one to be a part of as it showcases how adaptable and resourceful Chef Carlos and the Teible are with the produce at hand.
10 beautiful Dubai burratas
Can you imagine? It’s hard to, given for the past four years this stracciatella, cream-crammed mozzarella has cropped up on every imaginable menu, in restaurants serving cuisines ranging from Japanese to Indian. Dubai’s appetite for burrata genuinely appears to know no bounds.
Inventive cooking using local ingredients
Teible is a place you go to when you want to get some rest from the hustle and bustle of the city without compromising on exciting food.
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Celebrate International Burger Day in the UAE
Everyone loves a good burger. It just works. You’ve got a soft bun, a juicy patty and it can be topped with all your favourites! Below are handpicked suggestions of places to grab a good burger Did you know? This iconic food originated in Hamburg, Germany; before evolving to the hamburger as we know and love today, in Seymour, Wisconsin. However, to this day, there is still a debate over who actually created the universal dish.