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Bell's: More Relaxing Than Dining, More Cafe Than Restaurant

Bell's: More Relaxing Than Dining, More Cafe Than Restaurant

6 Days: Simple, Effective Retelling of the 1980 Iranian Embassy Siege in London

Simplicity and tension are the two winning ingredients in Toa Fraser’s latest directorial venture, 6…

Logan Lucky: Steven Soderbergh Returns with a Bang

Interesting characters, a crafty plot and a heavy dose of humour.

Kansas Fried Chicken: A Challenger to the KFC Throne?

The Colonel better watch his back...

Favilla Lounge: Cool, Casual Hangout Spot at Sheikh Zayed's Plaza 34

But it's one mark short of ticking all the boxes.

Hellions: Unsettling, Maybe Creepy, But Never Particularly Scary

The latest film from Canadian director, Bruce McDonald, is somewhat of a mixed bag. On…

Grapes: New Downtown Mall Branch Disappoints

Sometimes, grapes really can be sour.

Ebn El Balad: Popular Alexandrian Restaurant Shaping-Up to Be a Hit in Cairo

And those Alexandrians really know their food.

It: Stephen King Horror Adaptation Exceeds All Expectations

If you didn't have a phobia of clowns, you will.

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Arkan Mall

Death Note: Acclaimed Anime Gets No-Good Netflix Adaptation

When will people learn that anime adaptation just don't work?

What Happened to Monday: Interesting Sci-Fi Concept Never Really Takes Off

What happened to Monday? More like what happened to basic storytelling.

Chicken Fil-A: New Menu & Recipes at Homegrown Fast-Food Restaurant

Where the sandwiches are ‘elegant and creamy’ and have ‘hot mixed flavours’.

Ozark: The Best Netflix Show You've Never Heard About

The likes of 13 Reasons Why and The Defenders are just a few of the…

Lebanese Diner: Not Your Typical Lebanese Restaurant

Roll your eyes back into place - this diner does Lebanese a little bit differently.