Sania Mirza Loves This Japanese Boutique Restaurant In Dubai Started By An Indian Lady | Curly Tales

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Sania Mirza Loves This Japanese Boutique Restaurant In Dubai Started By An Indian Lady | Curly Tales

India’s ace tennis player, Sania Mirza invited Curly Tales Chief Editor, Kamiya Jani to her house in Dubai and the two shared a lovely Sunday Brunch. Sania Mirza, who moved to her Dubai house in July tells how she did the interiors of her house on her own. She also talks about the multi-cultural quality of the city that gravitates one to itself. Sania has been in Dubai for the past 12 years and travels frequently to India for work reasons. Read on to know more!

Sania Mirza Treats Kamiya Jani To A Scrumptious Hyderabadi Desi Cuisine

Sania Mirza prepares a desi Hyderabadi table for Kamiya Jani with food items like Biryani, Haleem, Kebabs, Pakodas and more. On being asked where Sania would love to go on weekends, she says, “Honestly, I am a big homebody. When people tell me let’s go out, I have to make effort to get ready. I have reached that stage in my life now. But if I do go out, it is usually to the newer restaurants. Like the last time, a couple of friends of mine, and me, who love eating, we went to this really cool Japanese boutique restaurant. It was started by an Indian lady, who started cooking Japanese food in her house. She started having 7-8 people in her house eat and from there she got a restaurant in Onyx Tower 2.”

Sania praises the Japanese boutique restaurant saying the food was amazing. She tells, “I am a foodie, I love food.”

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Japanese Cuisine Suits Sania Mirza Well


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Sania Mirza talks about how she follows a strict athlete diet, but at the same time, she is a foodie and loves food. Talking about her gluten-free diet, Sania tells, “I am gluten-free actually and the Japanese food suits me well. As there is no gluten, it is easy to avoid gluten with food like sushi and stuff like that. But that doesn’t mean I don’t eat carbs. Carbs is my life.”

Sania also talks to Curly Tales about how she never held any interest towards cooking or even the kitchen. Watch this episode of Sunday Brunch With Curly Tales to know more about Sania Mirza, her childhood, current ventures, love for carbs and weekly visits to India.

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