For the adventurous there are small ethnic food “cafeterias” tucked into every nook and cranny in the old section and for the rest of us there are the 5 star restaurants operated by some of today’s most celebrated chefs.
|Lynn & Katie|
But once a year, the most sought after reservation in Dubai is at a stylish private villa on the infamous Palm Jumeirah Island, the world’s largest man-made island.
With the backdrop of the iconic Atlantis Hotel, the coral hues of the setting sun wash over the beachside patio where our Hostess Lynn Born has set an elegantly dinner table for 26. Inside the fragrance of Thai spices waft through the villa twitching my nose with piquant, peppery, pungent, lemony smells that makes my mouth water.
With the intensity of a Top Chef competition, Roger and I are among the lucky guests frantically learning to cook Thai. This is "Thai Hands On" Dubai style, a gathering of expat friends who appreciate culinary adventures.
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