With just under a week left in Ramadhan, some are already bringing out the binoculars searching the night sky for the new moon. Eid means food and family. But if you want to enjoy the food without doing the dishes, check out my latest Top 5 list. In this list I let you know about the 5 best Halal restaurants in Orlando to gather the family and enjoy a meal together.
Back in the day, when “ethnic” foods were considered uncool, my brother went to extreme measures to hide his lunch from his peers. Want to know how far he went? In this Guru’s Story I tell all about my brother’s misadventures with kabobs for school lunch
SeaWorld Orlando is sure to be a fun experience for young and old alike. Build up an appetite after, then check out this list of TOP 5 spots around the Theme park.
The Mexican Camel is a unique combination of Mexican and Middle-Eastern foods mixed into one. Sounds odd on paper but great in your mouth. Check out our experience as we visited for the first time.
Halal fast food is everywhere. But the only place where you can get a burger and have the owner correctly predict the gender of your unborn baby is at New York Deli in Tampa Bay. Owner has a long track record of correctly predicting, so much so, he’s got it down to a science.
I-Drive in Orlando attracts tourists and locals alike for fun and food. With many restaurants lining the street, competition is stiff yet for Muslims the options for Halal spots can be limited. This is why it’s exciting to see a new Halal restaurant open off of I-Drive. Zaman Cuisine offers Middle-Eastern dishes with a contemporary flair. Learn more about our amazing visit here.
So, I’ve picked a new focus for my story today. My Mom. She is so Old School. Only traditional indian dishes for her. But what happens when we take her to a bbq joint in Orlando? Let me tell you in this edition of Guru’s Stories. Trust me, no one saw this coming.