French fries for lazy Sunday mornings, quick shakes for frequent travelers and sumptuous floating feasts - we explore the best breakfast spots in Dubai
Any alarms? Who needs it when the promise of those majestic morning celebrations gets you out of bed? Breakfast spots in the city have overtaken Dubai's famous brunch, and with good reason. A win-win situation is nutritious meals that combine the variety of a buffet without causing a serious hangover. And the tantalizing aroma of a freshly brewed cup of coffee or strong chai completes the offering. We support breakfasts. Harder than a hard boiled egg. Our list of 10 great breakfasts in Dubai offers plenty of them. You'll also find Middle Eastern shakshouka, Filipino tapas, and Indian paratha sandwiches, as this list also includes 10 different cuisines that reflect Dubai's multicultural makeup. You will be happy you woke up early.
We conclude this list with the funniest of all. Not only does this restaurant make six Sunday egg dishes (think fluffy omelets, creamy scrambled eggs, and side dips), but you'll also need an entire Sunday to make all 10 different eggs Benedict. In addition to their doctorate in poached eggs, they've also mastered American classics like chicken and waffles, buttermilk pancakes, and an all-American breakfast so good you'll join the 1%. Dubai's introduction to the all-day breakfast trend has made this Montreal brunch chain a favorite. The second branch of City Walk has no beach view, but matches the long queues at the OG JBR location.
What started in 1981 with founder Sarabeth Levine's homemade orange and apricot jam has now grown into a global empire of the same name, with stands in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan and our United Arab Emirates. Dubai residents can enjoy a typical New York breakfast at Sarabeth's elegant City Walk restaurant. Live your best Gossip Girl life (the New York branch was filmed here) Blair Waldorf style with an order of fluffy French toast, lemon ricotta pancakes, and smoked salmon on a multigrain bagel. Of course, breakfast here is incomplete without the jam that started it all.
3. Arabic Tea House
The bougainvillea-filled courtyard of this enchanting Bastakiya Tea House has been a dream escape from the modern cacophony of Dubai since 1997. or the food it reflects truly an Emirates Heritage site. . On weekends, regulars (and celebrities like Martha Stewart) quickly fill the blue benches. So come visit us early in the morning and enjoy your Emirati breakfast dish with peace of mind. Classics like balaleet (noodle omelette); Khameer Bread and Chebab; Dango (cooked chickpeas), watermelon jam and cheese are served on a huge silver platter, perfect for sharing. Wash it all down with a hot cup of traditional Gahwa (Arabic coffee), then beat the food coma and snap a photo in the quaint Majlis-style photo booth.
4. Raju Omlet
There is nothing sadder in the world than a steaming cup of adrak (ginger) chai and a fluffy omelette with a touch of pepper, rolled up in paratha flakes cannot be cured. Combined with the chic Bollywood vibe with a Mumbai greasy spoon and farm fresh eggs, Raju Omlet' is the ideal place for a revitalizing breakfast. Its vast spice cellars are among the best in the city. There are no bad choices here, but plan to stay until lunchtime, then order the lamb keema and top with freshly baked bombay pavs (bread). You also can't go wrong with the Iranian Fighter Omelette or the Mumbai Anda Pav.
5. Silog Express
Ok, ok, we know that Silog Express is a Flipino fast food chain and is not part of the small group - typical breakfasts, but they are king. Simple and reasonable Pinoy breakfast. With the brilliant combination options, you can combine the trio of beef tapa, sinangag (garlic fried rice), itlog (fried egg) with sweet and sour chicken belly, lumpia (Philippine spring rolls) and fried tilapia to enjoy which tapsilog he is undefeated. Kabayan comfort food, hangover tamer and perhaps the coolest acronym ever. The theme is rice and glitter, but there's no need to get up early because breakfast is available all day.
6. Reform Grill and Social
A hearty breakfast is the weekend reward we all deserve after drinking smoothies on the go and devouring snacks and protein bars before meetings. . Combining the charm of a leafy garden with the relaxed atmosphere of a local pub, this British gastropub in the Lakes serves up a breakfast of champions. It's literally called that. Eggs of all kinds accompanied by bacon, sausage, black pudding, bread, hash browns, baked beans and more will keep you full for the rest of the day. A lighter option for those who don't have the appetite (or courage) for this meal is the full English breakfast, made up of a few short but equally tasty dishes.
7. Bab Al Mansour
Everyone loves a hearty chicken tagine. But have you ever tried an egg tagine? This opulent, mosaic-adorned city center restaurant gives the Moroccan breakfast the recognition it deserves. This place, named after the ancient gate of the Moroccan city of Meknes, is the gateway to discover soft egg tagine with meat or prawns, barkoukach, traditional breads such as baghrir (semolina cake), m'smen (focaccia) and many others. plus harda (semolina cake). ). Order them separately or find them neatly stacked in a breakfast package with balboula (za'tar barley soup), refreshing Moroccan tea, marinated olives, and amlou, a smooth almond butter with argan oil that, according to our Moroccan colleagues, surpasses Nutella.
With strong roots in the historic Bostanci neighborhood, this Istanbul butcher shop has thrived in Dubai's Souq Al Bahar as a modern, upscale restaurant with refined interiors and earned quickly followers. -following. Thanks in large part to a Kahvalti (traditional Turkish breakfast) at the table that could feed a small town. And your soul. Available only on Saturdays and Sundays, this range offers classics such as menemen (scrambled eggs), sujuk and eggs, freshly baked simit bread, flaky borek, pida (Turkish flatbread pizza) and cheese accompanied by countless cups of Turkish tea.
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9. Table Seva
It's only right that this carb-heavy list is offset by a vegan breakfast in Dubai. Trust us, Seva's menu is powerful enough to leave a good impression. Housed in a villa in Jumeirah 1, this herbal cafe is an unconventional garden retreat that nourishes your eyes. The completely organic breakfast menu strengthens your body. The stars are eggless omelets, avocado toast, big monkey pancakes, and gluten-free headaches, washed down with MCT oil and miracle superfoods like ashwaghanda, maca, and cacao nibs. You won't find trans fats (or Wi-Fi) for miles on rustic wooden tables, in the library area, and at outdoor tables. You will definitely do this during an astrology reading event or meditation session.
10. Floating Breakfast, Park Hyatt
Instagram's latest trend of lavish floating pool breakfasts is the next best thing to breakfast in bed. While we're not sure who to attribute the latter to, the former is the idea for a resort in Bali (presumably Jumana Bali Ungasan Resort). In any case, Dubai has adapted perfectly to fashion. Luckily, the Park Hyatt in Dubai serves a huge floating breakfast that you can access without having to book a hotel room. You can stroll (and pose for this photo) in the resort's Al Porto Family Lagoon with a huge wicker basket full of cheeses, pancakes, croissants, fresh fruit, smoothies and juices.