Almouj Golf Academy Restaurant (Telephone: 2200 5990 – Map) is a restaurant located at the golf club of The Wave. The Academy Restaurant is open to the public and anybody can come to dine and hangout at the place without the need to be a member of the club or play any actual golf. The Almouj Golf is part of The Wave, but it is not the same exact compound. To enter Almouj Golf you need to drive down November 18th street towards Seeb, and you will find the entrance to Almouj Golf a few kilometers before main entrance of the The Wave.
My Cupcake (Telephone: 9357 1011 – Map) is a cake bakery located in Shatti Al Qurum. It is located in Qurum Gardens building opposite the Qurum Park right next to Royal China. I have been a fan of My Cupcake for a while, but for some reason never got the chance to share my secret affair with their cupcakes until now.
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The Omani Cuisine was interviewed by the Omani tech podcast TechOneFive on Episode 26. You can listen to the podcast (in Arabic) at this link.
Pizza Express (Telephone: 2455 4777 – Map) has opened its branch in The Wave, Muscat a while ago, but I never got the chance to review it. I am a big fan of Pizza Express and I have originally reviewed it in the year 2008. The branch I am reviewing here is located in the commercial area of The Wave right next to Shang Thai.
I was invited last week to try out Fairouz (Telephone 2477 6565 – Map), the new Lebanese restaurant in the Shangri La Barr Al Jissah Resort located outside the Omani Heritage Village section of the resort.
The Omani Cuisine is of course a restaurant review website, but I do occasionally get emails from people visiting Oman and asking for advice on what to see and do, so I thought I’ll make a post for what I’d like to call the “Omani Cuisine Tour” – a sample outline on how to do a two days tour that involves watching a show at the Royal Opera House Muscat and visiting Nizwa.
This is basically just a suggestion on what to do if you are coming to Muscat to watch a show and have two days to spend, check out the Omani Cuisine Tour after the jump.
I originally reviewed Mumtaz Mahal (Telephone: 24605907 – Map) five years ago, but I was recently invited by the restaurant to check it out after their renovation in celebration of the Mumtaz Mahal’s 30th anniversary.
Mumtaz Mahal is an upscale Indian restaurant located on the top of the hill behind Qurum Natural Park near the Children Museum. If you are driving from the Royal Opera House towards the Love Lane, you will see a small a sign to the right pointing to the restaurant.
I received a sampler from the new Omani chocolate boutique Salma’s Chocolate. This business was officially launched yesterday at Sultan’s Center in Al Qurum. The unique thing about Salma’s Chocolate is that it is a 100% local business and they prepare unique Omani inspired chocolates. The box I received had eight different kinds of speciality Omani chocolate with flavours including Omani halwa, mahoo Omani sweet, cocunut, zaater, ginger, cheesecake, and coffee. I really enjoyed all the different kinds I tried especially the halwa and the coconut ones. They all seemed delicate, full of character, and delicious.
I have no idea how much such a box would cost, but I’m really excited about Salma’s Chocolate and I am already thinking of buying some for Eid!
Check out the cool promotional video (ARABIC) for Salma’s Chocolate below.
Palmeera (Telephone: 24692368 – Map) is a new continental restaurant located in Jawhart Al Shatti mall in the same spot where Pane Caldo used to.
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