Skip to main content

Edible Emoticons at Pie Face

Everyone loves emoticons and everybody uses them in social media to express feelings and emotions.

Some people can completely write how they feel using these electronic symbols.

But what if they are edible, will you still love them?

Well yes of course!! 

That's why Pie Face is gaining popularity in Dubai! Dubai folks are already loving this Australian pie brand simply because they are original, unique and delicious!

I shared this latest discovery with my family when we headed to Al Wasl Vita in Al Wasl road to visit them and try their famous pies.

Oh dear! I got to tell you, what's on the menu was simple yet complicated...

because everything goes complicated at first bite when flavors burst in your mouth and emoticons fly by to cloud your judgement but in the end you get that happy smile on your face with the feeling of satisfaction, that both the sweet and savory Pie Face pies gives you without mimicking the emoticon on the pie you are having except if its this chicken and mushroom.

My playful daughter volunteered to be my subject against the cool emoticon graphics on the wall

We were seated in this nifty little corner here with cool graffiti on the wall

and then we ordered the Sweet Smiley combos for everyone. 

It comes with a large savory pie (there are mini savory pies too), and a sweet pie with iced drinks or coffee priced at only 35 dhs. They also have sandwiches, specialty wraps and baked goodies

I had the peppered steak pie but fell in love with the chicken and mushroom that Ferald ordered, not because it was smiling but because it was delicious. Mica's first choice was the Thai chicken but it was not available so she had the chunky steak which she liked a lot while Prince had the classic minced pie. The pie crust is rich, buttery, and crunchy. 

As for the sweet pie, the ones we tried were very nice and you should try them all too. We had apple, caramel, lemon, chocolate and raspberry. These sweet delicate pies are filled with rich and creamy filling that taste so good.

We had fresh mint lemonade, apple lemonade and berry iced tea which were all very refreshing.

My children enjoyed their meal and I'm sure yours will like it here too.

These pies are perfect for that quick lunch or breakfast even light dinner, not too heavy but very filling.

Some people are angry when hungry so why not let Pie Face make you happy?

When we emerged from the pie coma, there is only one emoticon drawn on our faces, :) the happy smiley face


Popular posts from this blog

How to Apply for Children's Residence Visa Under Mother Sponsorship in Dubai 2019

Dubai, 29/09/2019 For expatriate married women living and working in Dubai especially those earning less than 10,000 dirhams salary per month and whose job description is not allowed to apply for visas for their family, sponsoring their children has never been easy until the recent changes in Dubai immigration rules that took effect mid of 2019 this year. The rule now allows any UAE resident (those who have a valid employment visa) male or  FEMALE can now sponsor family members provided that he or she earns a monthly salary of AED 4000 or AED 3000 plus accommodation according to the Federal Authority for Identity and Citizenship. Back in the day, when I tried to sponsor my husband, my experience was completely different. You can read about it  here . Just this month, a friend of mine applied for her children's visa in Dubai. It was approved, and the visa was issued and stamped on her children's passports. We shared below the documents required and the step-by-step

Sinampalukang Isda (Tilapia/Sea Bream) Pang-alis Umay!

 After Christmas and New Year holidays, do you feel you've had enough of the leftovers? I feel the same way. I needed something to break away from it. The first craving I had was a very Pinoy fish dish.  Sinampalukang isda. Some would think of it as sinigang but it is not sinigang. It is a soup dish of fish in tamarind broth, ginger, chilis, onions, tomatoes, radish leaves or pechay, and of course fish. Okay, it is like sinigang (hahaha). It usually calls for tilapia but I opted for sea bream. It is a completely hearty meal. Of course, to be eaten with hot steaming rice and sawsawan (a mixture of fish sauce and green chili) The original dish calls for fresh raw tamarind but since it is hardly available where I am, I used powdered tamarind. The difference is that fresh raw tamarind gives this dish a thick broth distinct from sinampalukang isda my parents used to cook for us, unlike powdered tamarind. (oh well ex-pat life) So, how to cook it? Ingredients (serves 2) 1 medium-size sea

Win A Dinner for Two at The Gallery Restaurant, Burjuman Arjaan by Rotana

It's the love month and I bet you must be planning something for your better half or your girlfriend or maybe even for your boyfriend or even just for a friend you like a lot. How would you like to take him/her to dinner for free? My Yellow Bells in collaboration with Burjuman Arjaan by Rotana is giving away a dinner for two at The Gallery Restaurant just in time for the Valentine's Day. Read on and I will tell you 5 simple ways on how you can enter to win Did you know that Burjuman Arjaan by Rotana is a one stop shop destination for all? There is no doubt that Dubai is a central business hub in the region attracting thousands of business travellers from all over the world. Many travellers are constantly on the hunt for hotels that provide comfortable accommodation along with top notch service. Soaring above the city, the BurJuman Arjaan by Rotana is a preferred destination for leisure and business travellers alike. Located in the heart of the city