Highly recommended, this shop has a very good environment, tasted coffee, desserts, avocado prawn salad, the price is moderate, and it is very cost-effective in Dubai!
The cafe is very nice, the exterior is particularly attractive, the inside is even better, the decoration is high-end, quiet and elegant, the quality of the coffee is also very good, the aroma is compelling
As a good choice for breakfast, the location is very good, located below the highest building, the price is much more affordable than the surrounding five-star hotel restaurants, the choice of lunch and dinner is relatively too small, the salad tastes average, but the desserts Few surprises, especially like pistachio-flavored cakes.
A very humble place nice taste of our national food where you'll find friendly people happy to offer great light food. Straight from drinks to food to desert. If you're near by, it nice to try it out.
We were hoping to try something more local than the quintesential chain restaurants and found this on a list of local places to eat. Unfortunately when we looked it up on google maps it lead us to a different town center near the British School. Thankfully Trip Advisor was there for us with the accurate address and we didn't give up because this restaurant was both delicious and fast. The Kameer were stuffed with fresh basil and yogurt and the rose lemonade was delicious. I wish I had more time to go back and try other things on the menu.
We were looking for a cafe serving authentic Emarati food and we found it! it is a fantastic spot for breakfast or snacks, the fillings in their Khameer sandwiches are a surprise to your taste buds and oh so delicious. It is designed by a famous Emarati designer and was inspired by traditional tents and accessories. A must visit!