Category Archives: Breakfast of Champions

Spill The Bean

Spill the Bean
Those tiles. How they take me back. To the beautiful and grunge, the opportunity and excitement. Traditional, Lebanese, that adorned the floors of Hamra, a university city in my beloved Lebanon. Many a days I spent walking along those tiles, experiencing new ideas, new loves and the new found freedom of being me. By default how can I not be nostalgic, again stepping on them, more then a handful of years later, in Dubai, older, more experienced, and somewhat subdued by the ‘have to’s’ of the grown up world. My finger browsing along the colorful bookshelf. And stop. It rests on a title “The Road Less Traveled, A new phycology of Love, Traditional Values and Spiritual Growth.” A subconscious yearning for what I felt when younger? Slipping out the book I rest on a stool, sunglasses off and phone to the side.  "Pancakes and coffee, Mexican single origin please.”  I request from the waiter. Friends soon follow with their choice of literature. I close “The Road Less Traveled.” A treasure, that necessitates my undivided attention. My pancakes arrive, fluffy and honey stripped in tune with the healthy mindset of the space. I finish the cakes and mop up all traces of honey as I sip my single blend. Once you go single, you can never go back.  The complications and baggage don’t exist, shining through only something pure. As the hours pass and the chit chat flows while the literature read we order the egg. A touch under seasons, but a dish you feel an old friend has created. Eggs with fresh vegetables on toast, a classic. At the helm of Spill the Bean is the space and the coffee. I find myself returning, alone even, grabbing my corner, coffee and book, loosing myself in my thoughts and feeling at home.  
THE DETAILS
LOCATION Sunset Mall OPENING HRS. 8 to 8 CUISINE Coffee PRICE PER COUPLE AED 100 TELEPHONE # 04 3388559 WEBSITE Spill The Bean
THE FORK-O-METER
Coffee and Book Spot

Cafe Rider

Cafe Rider
Construction, sand, trucks, fumes, industrial – Al Quoz. Enter. Minimal, serene, cool, that jazz type of cool – Café Rider. The espresso. The kind of bitter that’s sweet. The kind of brown that’s rich. And the kind of aroma that makes you smile and nod. Do I have a croissant? No. I don’t want to. Keeping it just motor bikes and coffee is fine by me. The clientele, not your typical bearded and patched up jeans that you would think, but more of a sophisticated rider. The one that loves beautiful lines and curves and nothing more than the freedom of a ride. A handful of bikes, mistresses, on display down the middle of the space, posing. I know nothing about bikes, but I can always appreciate beauty in all its forms. Custom your own starting at a cool 90 grand. Will I make my own bike? No. Will I buy a helmet? No. Will I return? Always. On trend with the rise of independent concepts, Café Rider, is a creative space that aims to bring people together who share the same passion – lovely. The owner, a banker who craves to share and express his passion, how can I not relate to that. Respect.
THE DETAILS
LOCATION Al Quoz OPENING HRS. 8am - 7pm CUISINE Coffee PRICE PER COUPLE AED 50 TELEPHONE # 04 321 4411 WEBSITE Cafe Rider
THE FORK-O-METER
Craving Bikes and Coffee

Tom and Serg

Tom and Serg
There has been a tremendous outbreak of new restaurants throughout Dubai. And rightfully so, it’s ‘fall’ in the city after all, the couple of months that make the blazing summer heat all worthwhile. I use the word restaurant loosely because the majority of openings go to the multipurpose lounge/bar/restaurant/live band/ international award winner/slash/slash/slash larger then life venues. That’s lovely and hurrah to the owners for raising big money to accommodate their grandiose nature, but I’m a simple girl, who yearns for the simple yet perfect things. I just want a restaurant, tables and chairs and that’s it. My eyebrow arches when I read that Tom and Serg has opening in Al Quoz. I have to admit, a hint of jealousy ran through my heart because it was always a location at the back of my mind for a café, if I’d ever open one. I remember asking my cousin if she would go to Al Quoz if I opened something there, she responded with Really?, which made me think so contrary to the norm and hence so perfect. Chapeau bas for the choice of location. Stepping into Tom and Serg the word exposed comes to mind, exposed kitchen, exposed walls and exposed ceiling, everything is stripped bare and what lies beneath is something rare, a real space. Manning the kitchen Mr. Tom himself and managing the floor Mr. Serg him self, all hands on deck. I like that, if your name is on the door then you should be. Parking my behind on the table next to the door for the sole unashamed purpose of people watching, gazing rather, proves to be fruitful. For the people who stroll in and out of Tom & Serge are your city hipsters, my favorite type of people.  Creative, grungy and a tall drink of OJ. Sipping my flat white, coffee I have just been introduced to, may prove to be my segway into the world of coffee from one of tea. Extra milk mind you, the strength of their baristas, are made clear. My broad shouldered rye bread and butter arrives. I slather on some butter and then some more, me like butter, and have a bite. Beautiful bread but the butter is too subtle for my taste. Have my taste buds been calibrated to French butter? Perhaps… My confident poached eggs, plump and firm are placed on my table. Running my fork through the first, the yolk dribbles through and paints my plate a sunny yellow. Eggs, avocado, dressed beans and rye bread in one bite proves to be sublime. So much action in one dish I would recommend it to kick start your day. I have issues with beef bacon, is never like bacon and its more to the leathery then crispy side. The clock strikes 12 pm and I am blessed with the option of ordering lunch. But you just had the eggs you say, but the roast chicken has been on my mind since I held the menu I say, love at first sight. Roasted leg of chicken on a bed of corn infused mash, roasted fennel and slices of fresh celery. Taking a bite of the chicken, it’s uncharacteristically soft, the sweet corn and peppery celery make for beautiful compliments. And to end, dessert is a must, banana éclair and chocolate tart. I believe bananas should stay on banana trees, end of discussion. And I believe the chocolate, citrusy and caramel infused tart should continuously stay within reach of me! Walking up the stairs to the mezzanine level, I do feel that the ceiling is a touch low, which by default will always make my seat selection down stairs aka the table next to the door. To end, I love Tom and Serg, in one meal it has shot itself to my favorites list. It does everything that I have preached so how can I not. Independent, home grown, stand alone, creative, service oriented and delicious clean food. The pair have really set the bar high for all independent restaurants to come and for that I am grateful for. PS: Please stay open later then 4:00 pm. PSS: They have Wifi!
THE DETAILS
LOCATION Al Quoz Nxt to Ace OPENING HRS. 8 am to 4 pm CUISINE Australian PRICE PER COUPLE AED 85 TELEPHONE # 04 338 8934 WEBSITE www.tomandserg.com
THE FORK-O-METER
A Love At First Site Restaurant

La Serre Boulangerie

La Serre Boulangerie
Waking up, still cozied up in my beloved quilt cover, I think a reward is justified for pulling myself out of bed. And for me, a reward equates to a lovely meal in a lovely space. Walking into La Serre Boulangerie at 11 am, I worry if a table for two is available. With someone paying the check at that moment, I patiently wait, indicator turn on to the left and swiftly slide myself into the table as they pull out. In true French style, breakfast offerings include croissants, variations of eggs, fruits and more. Keeping with my reason to get out of bed, I begin with an order of truffle-topped scrambled eggs. My breakfast date arches his brow and comments, I wouldn’t feel comfortable paying AED 125 for a plate of eggs, regardless of the truffles. I respond by saying I wouldn’t feel comfortable paying X amount for Business class, regardless of the extra legroom. We all have our guilty pleasures and its no secret that food is mine. Making my way through the fluffy scrambled eggs, truffle shavings and beautiful bread, some of the best in Dubai, is a lovely experience. An extra crack of fresh pepper would do wonders. If waffles are not on the menu then I’m afraid its not breakfast. Piercing my fork into the sugar doused waffle, I feel its’ crispy crust. Immersing the bite into the berry compote and cream I prepare myself for delight. And rather unexpectedly, I get the flavor of orange zest in both the sauce and the waffle batter. A purely personal opinion, I don’t enjoy orange in ANY of my desserts because of its over powering flavor. To remedy the situation, I ask for honey, which gracefully expunges any trace of orange in my waffle, much better. And to end our breakfast on a healthy note, a can’t-go-wrong bowl of fruit salad. Apart from the bread, there is nothing that La Serre Boulangerie offers, which you wouldn’t be able to find anywhere else in Dubai. Although with the floor to ceiling windows and almost revolutionary street front positioning, stepping into its beautiful morning hustle and bustle is almost hard to match.
THE DETAILS
LOCATION Vida Hotel OPENING HRS. 6:30 am - 10:30pm CUISINE French PRICE PER COUPLE AED 220 TELEPHONE # 04 428 6969  
THE FORK-O-METER
Ur French Breakfast Spot
 

Comptoir 102

Comptoir 101
It’s a strenuous exercise trying to find a casual spot for lunch on a Friday afternoon. And per most of my friends’ requests, guilty of the food and drink consumed the evening prior, Friday lunch must be healthy. Recommended by the chef and brains behind Chez Charles, I feel I’ve checked the yes to Travel Insurance before paying a visit to Comptoir 102. Swinging open the vintage iron door, I’m welcomed by something interesting and somewhat unfamiliar - character. A space where cookie cutter and franchise strictly do not apply. Laying down my laptop and camera, I take a stroll around the beautiful retail section of the store which includes jewelry, shoes, bags, notebook, furniture and more. Running my fingers along the interesting textures of the retail space, my hands stop at some of the loveliest tableware I’ve seen in a long time. Although at a minimum price tag of AED 230 a plate, my hand lets go and a mental note is taken for a future splurge. With the sun pouring in and my Wi-Fi connected I select the set menu for my lunch. In an inspiring and chic setting, combing through my emails on a table for one becomes an enjoyable experience. The restaurant fills up with a trendy clientele leaning towards a predominantly French and European crowd. In response to a recent Juicing Documentary I had just watched or was forced to watch rather, I trade my usual tea, for a carrot infused juice prepared to boost my immune system. My starter arrives Rawcchini Plate, thinly sliced zucchini topped with Parmesan cheese, roasted pine nuts and fresh basil. One of my favorite textures and tastes in the World (yes that was dramatic, but true) is raw zucchini therefore making my way through the fresh flavors and nutty Parmesan is pure pleasure. My main arrives of black-eyed peas salad seasoned with sage, garlic and fennel seeds. Taking a bite of the beans and salad, the flavors are fresh, but I instantly get main course selection remorse. With such a big vegetarian movement underway, I feel my dish is a cop out and with an impressive starter I expect more creativity. And for dessert Matcha Mousse a mix of macadamia and green tea powered top with fresh raspberries and kiwi.  A healthy, tasty dessert (previously an oxymoron but now a reality) does exist. The nutty creamy flavors provide a lovely backdrop to the tangy raspberries. Finishing up my work and final drop of juice, immunity fully powered, I pack my things, say thank you to the staff and see you soon to Comptoir 102. Arriving home, I share my healthy experience with my brother while finding myself finishing off the story at the base of my fridge. A creative meal, yes it was, but based on my current location, (the base of the fridge) I would enjoy more quantity. I can only image how my brother, the beast, when it comes to food, (I love you BTW) would feel after that meal. Next time I’ll try the pita sandwiches. I will return, over and over again to Comptoir 102 because it represents a movement of home grown restaurants that have heart and soul. It definitely gets my Friday lunch recommendation.
THE DETAILS
LOCATION JBRoad Across Beach Center OPENING HRS. 8:30am - 6:30pm CUISINE Healthy European PRICE PER COUPLE AED 150 TELEPHONE # 04 385 4555  
THE FORK-O-METER
Ur Friday Healthy Spot
     

Leila’s

Leila's
One of my favorite attributes about being a Lebanese is laying claim to one of the world's healthiest and most socially oriented cuisines. I know everyone says that about their own food but hey, who doesn't love sharing a plate of humus?! Whenever my friends ask me where the best Lebanese food in Dubai is, I always answer with "My house" and miserably fail to recommend a casual Lebanese restaurant for them to enjoy. When Leila's opened in Mirdif City Center around a year ago, I would hear interesting rumors of its offerings. Like tales from a far away land, Leila's was always an experience that I wanted to have, but alas, 'twas quite a journey to Mirdif, so it was one I never had. So what a pleasant surprise it was to see Leila's opening in my hood, Down Town Dubai, which brought a whole new meaning to "Good things come to those who wait." And to welcome Leila's to my neighborhood, I booked a table for 14 of my FIOD Tuesday diners. Just to put it out there, Shishas and I do not get along, at all. Therefore walking into Leila's, I'm happy to see high ceilings and a clear atmosphere. Taking a seat at my 14 seat-er table, I glance through the very concise and well-selected menu. Because I know my Lebanese dishes more than I know my self, I take the liberty of ordering for everyone so they can focus on enjoying their time. And it begins, the showering of small mezza plate from over my shoulder, under my arm, the left, the right and everywhere in between. I immediately start with what I think are the two cornerstones of Lebanese mezza, humus and tabouleh. If a Lebanese restaurant can’t master those dishes, I would suggest they pack up and leave. The classic tabouleh should be juicy, have almost the same quantity of tomato to parsley and include hint of sweet pepper. Putting a spoonful of tabouleh onto my plate, I notice juice dribbling off the bottom of the spoon. Check. Forming my bite of tabouleh with my bread, I notice yes there is tomato, but I would recommend a touch more. Taking my bite I taste the freshness of ingredients and a hint of seasoning. Check. That’s a pass. Humus should not include garlic, should not be too soft and finally should include a splash of lemon. Check, check, check, but just a drop more lemon please. Leila’s has officially passed my stringent two-tiered Lebanese restaurant base test.  And now, the remainder of the dishes for the icing on the cake. My favorite aspect of Lebanese mezza is that it’s designed to share. “Can you please pass the grape leaves, fatoush, spicy potatoes, moutabal, fried haloum, cheese rolls, meat sandwiches and mixed grill” is how I spend the majority of the evening. At the top of my list are the cheese rolls generously stuffed and extra crispy, the kafta meat sandwiches that have a hint of sweetness and the spicy potatoes which are indeed spicy. When I used to hear tales of Leila’s, back when it was located a time zone away, Mirdif, the focus was on desserts. Growing up in a household where dessert meant fruit, traditional Lebanese desserts were eaten mostly on occasions and which I would only take a bite of. And so, my reaction to the rumors was a raised eyebrow and a “Hmmm…. Interesting.” Speak of the devil, our desserts arrive, layali Lubnan, ghazal Beirut, knefeh and osmalieh. Crash Course in Lebanese Desserts: Layali Lubnan: Meaning Lebanese nights, is a layer of pudding cream and bananas with flavors of rose water and mastic. Ghazal Beirut: Lebanese cotton candy stuffed with ice cream. Knefeh: A cheese base dessert with a breaded crust served with syrup. Osmalieh: Two layers of crispy thin noodles and a layer of cream in between served with syrup. A bite here and there, and my usual one-bite-is-enough rule applies, that is until I reach the belle of the ball, the osmalieh. Crunchy, crispy noodles with soft clotted cream dunked in as much syrup as you wish. It’s a dessert that I not only take more than one bite of, but also know that I would crave. Leila’s is a trendy Lebanese restaurant that offers all your favorites at prices that would make your wallet rejoice. A rare combination in Dubai. Sans, the shisha, I’m liking everything about it.
THE DETAILS
LOCATION Down Town Dubai OPENING HRS. 10 am to 12 am CUISINE Lebanese PRICE PER COUPLE AED 200 TELEPHONE # 04 448 3384  
THE FORK-O-METER
Ur Well Priced Casual Lebanese Spot
 
   

MAKE Business Hub

Make Business Hub
Walking into MAKE at 10:00 am one morning, Monty, my favorite person working at MAKE, approaches me with a bewildered look and says,  “Seeing you made me think it was already evening time, its unusual to see you here in the morning.” I laugh and think to myself, hmm that’s actually quite true. MAKE is an urban café designed with the entrepreneur in mind, beautiful workstations, an environment that fosters strategic connections and hub for everything Start Up. Pushing down on the period key for the sentence I just wrote above, I couldn’t have described MAKE any better, Dubai’s Silicone Valley in JBR. Countless businesses have already started out of MAKE’s young walls. But… and yes there is a but, that’s not My Make. #MyMAKE.

Sophie’s Cafe

Sophie's Cafe
The What’s On Awards are out! The Oscars of the Restaurant World in Dubai. Cell phone in one hand, to gossip about the results and tea in the other, to contemplate the results, I race to my computer to retrieve the list of winners. A finger dance on the keyboard, double click on the mouse and there they are, the results, I bend in closer and take it all in. Running my curser across the categories and winners, I think, that’s expected, good for them, not sure if I agree, expected, expected, until I reach the Best Café Category. I stop and highlight the winner‘s name, Sophie’s Café, and wonder why I haven’t heard of them before? Intrigued, I grab my phone and rather than gossip, I speed dial a friend to secure a date for Sophie’s café. Driving up to Shoreline Apartments on the Palm, I waive over a dashing security guard and ask where Sophie’s café is. Pointing to an underground parking, my guard replies, “It’s at the end of the parking.” Confused I respond, “No, I know where to park, where is the café?” “Straight to the end” he reaffirms. Parking my car at the end of the parking, lo and behold, I see the entrance of Sophie’s Café. Convenient… I guess… Walking into the Sophie’s the overpowering grey of the parking lot is abolished by the fresh green accents of the café interior. We approach the counter and are welcomed by a large blackboard menu – one of my favorite things! The knowledgeable and excited staff explained that a main and two sides is the deal. Roasted chicken, beetroot salad and penne pasta for me and chicken cacciat, quinoa and pumpkin salad for my date. As we make our juice selection, our sides are carefully placed on serving plates while our mains are forced into a microwave / miniature oven for reheating. I’m guessing the previous dinner guests had salmon because reheated salmon is an odor my sensitive nose can catch from a mile away. Taking our seats, the rustic and generous portion of food welcomes us. I go through my beetroot salad like a rabbit on speed. The citrus of the dressing and the earthiness of the beetroot make a beautiful combination. Alas the reheating of the microwave / miniature oven has taken its toll on my roasted chicken, dry and a tad chicken-y, I leave it to the side and continue feasting on my date’s plate. My fresh juice cocktail arrives and it’s a beautiful rhubarb red. Taking in the juice and waiting to be deeply refreshed, my lips are greeted with not room temperature but warm juice. Similar to spending a good hour on a Dubai beach, mid July mind you, and running into the water in a hopeless and laughable bid to cool down. The chicken cacciat proves to be a better chicken option as the country red sauce retains the juiciness of the chicken. As for the pumpkin feta salad, I do wish the pumpkins were roasted a touch longer to really bring out the caramelized, roasted flavors of the pumpkin. We finally end our meal with a pleasant banana cake. Approaching the counter to pay my bill, there it is, the What’s On award, Sophie’s Café for the Best Café in Dubai. Hmmm.... A homegrown concept with knowledgeable staff, which I commend, Sophie’s is a quintessential Since Your in the Area Restaurant that tailors to the Shoreline resident’s quick fix healthy needs.
THE DETAILS
LOCATION Shoreline App Palm OPENING HRS. 10 am - 8pm CUISINE International PRICE PER COUPLE AED 170 TELEPHONE # 04 430 9466  
THE FORK-O-METER
A Since Ur in the Area Restaurant
 

Al Reef Lebanese Bakery

Reef it
Its 10 am on a Saturday and my friend and I are on the way to the beach, do we Reef it? Definitely! I walk up to the counter to order my usual. “Keefic ya banadourah w labneh?” (How are you tomato and labneh?) That’s what I love about this place, they’ve got the customer service part down more than half the restaurants I know in Dubai. Wrap options include perfectly seasoned zatar, melted rich cheese, labneh, eggs, spicy sausage, meat and a combination of your choice; all under 8 dirhams. Quality under 10 dirhams in Dubai – unicorn sighting! Toppings include veggies and labneh. Other offerings include vine leaves, kibeh and Arabic sweets and bread. The cashier bell sounds off with the generation of my receipt and the relay begins! I pass the first baton (the receipt) to the baker to process the order. The wrap is baked in the back, passed to the front, handed to the right where toppings are added, handed back to the left where it’s packed, and orders are called out for pick up. “Two tomato with labneh.” I grab my order and run passed the finish line (the doors) with my hands in the air to complete the relay. And yes, I have won, in my hand two freshly baked manoushes. The fluffy, warm bread and zatar fuse together with the chilled tomato and labneh to make an impressive combination. Easy on the wallet, easy to eat and definitely easy to get addicted to – love it. Don’t want to stand and wait for your order? Call ahead of time and place your order, just pass by and pick it up. I’d say: “Fork… actually Hand It Over; signed Banadourah w labneh”
THE DETAILS
LOCATION: Jumeirah OPENING HRS: 24 Hours CUISINE: Arabic PRICE PER COUPLE: AED 16 TELEPHONE #: 04 396 1980  
THE FORK-O-METER
A Love At First Site Restaurant
     

The Best Breakfast in Dubai

Breakfast
Coined as the most important meal of the day, Breakfast, contrary to its coinage, gets as much attention as the “Terms and Conditions” on any new BB application people download. Fork It Over Dubai is taking on a new initiative to Brining Breakfast Back to Dubai! Go beyond the hum drum coffee shops that are the default Breakfast settings and into the breakfasts that make you want to sing It’s a Beautiful Day. All About the Bagel – Circle on Jumeira Beach Road One of my fondest memories of New York City is having a perfectly toasted, poppy seed, Philly cream filled bagel early in the morning while watching the city come alive. With a bit of research I discover that Circle on Jumeirah Beach Road offers Dubai’s first H&H bagels (Famous New York Bagels).
  • The Must Have:  A toasted bagel and cream cheese of your choice. You can order a more complicated bagel i.e. with salmon, but to me something as perfect as a cream cheese bagel need not be messed with.
  • The Do Not Have: Half way through my scrambled eggs, I think to myself, why am I paying for this? It is an under spiced, not worth my 27 Drihams, I can make eggs at home ten times better than this type of dish.
  • Nice Surprise: My brown/whole grain waffle is delicious and even bordering on healthy – sans the maple syrup that is.
  • Timings: All day breakfast.
Girls Moring Out – Forty Carrots in Dubai Mall I was a little standoffish about recommending a breakfast place in a mall, why? Cause there is something about malls in the morning that doesn’t sit well with me. Don’t get me wrong I am a big mall person, MOE was my second home when I lived in Barsha and DXB Mall is now my second home as I live in Old Town. But, for a girls morning out occasion I will make an exception for Forty Carrots. It’s a joyful (the pick says it all) outlet in Dubai Mall that has a light and healthy selection of offerings. And to top it all off, the tipping point for which to accept a mall in the morning, the one and only Bloomingdales is opened/part owner/ stuck to the café. Part breakfast, part retail therapy and part girls morning out.
  • The Must Have: One of the best yogurt offerings in Dubai. Yes I have tasted all the rest, trust me this is one of the leaders.
  • Nice Surprise: Interesting omelet offerings such as the Greek omelet bursting with flavors such as olives, feta cheese, mushrooms and more.
  • Timings: All day breakfast.
The Splurge – Olivio in The Royal Mirage Everyone and I mean EVERYONE deserves a splurge every once in a while. It’s actually scientifically proven to increase a person’s health – where I get my health facts is beyond the scope of this blog, but it’s all true stuff. Why would I pick The Royal Mirage out of all the hotels in Dubai? Because I don’t want to have breakfast in a lobby or a hall on the X millionth floor of a hotel – there is no added value in that. I want a place that I can escape to, something resort-like where I can sit outside and enjoy the fresh beach breeze.
  • The Must Have:  There are two breakfast halls in the Royal Mirage, you must east at Olivio because it has the open outside seating. As for the menu, pancakes, fresh fruits, tailored omelets, sausages and many more are all fair game.
  • Nice Surprise:  A peacock may stroll by your table.
  • Timings: 7:30 am t0 11:00 am.
The Business Breakfast – Florian in DIFC Need a place to impress your clients/boss/have a business meeting/ go to breakfast before work? Florian is the perfect place that offers exceptional breakfasts choices. It was the breakfast the pleasantly surprised me the most.
  • The Must Have: The oh so fluffy pancakes with straw berries on the side. Tip: ask for extra maple syrup there’s nothing more beautiful than plunging a fork full of packages into a bowl full of maple syrup. The poached eggs and turkey dish is also a must have. Though the hollandaise sauce could use some minor tweaking the eggs and sautéed turkey cold cuts put a smile on my face.
  • Nice Surprise: The Chocolate Croissant. Easily one of the best chocolate croissants I have tasted in Dubai. The menu it stated freshly made which was doubted by my mind until my mouth tasted the incredibly light, crispy feather puff pastry countered by the warm, creamy dark chocolate on the inside.
  • Timings: Sunday to Thursday 7:30 am to 11:00 am
When in the Middle East – Al Reef Lebanese Bakery on Al Wasel Road There’s nothing like a zatar manousheh on the go. Refer to my Al Reef blog post for more details about the experience.
  • The Must Have: Zatar manousheh with tomoatoes.
  • Timing: 24/7.
My Readers Suggestions “Try Eric Kayser in Dubai mall! Apart from being health-conscious, it actually tastes good. And for the bread…soooo très Bon!” Johanna