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New year, new flavours in Dubai

While everyone is battling to keep their new year’s resolutions, some things won’t ever change. We’re still excited about travel and good food.

And whilst we can't travel right at this moment, it is worth knowing that there are hundreds of coveted restaurants, cafés, bakeries and celebrity outlets across the emirate. Read this article so that when borders open you will be equipped with the knowledge to take a culinary journey.

Food in Dubai

For breakfast or lunch bites

The city has a range of home-grown concepts for healthy and hearty breakfasts and midday meals. Start your morning in the zen-inducing garden of SEVA or experience Chef Izu Ani’s healthy menu options at The Lighthouse in D3. Indulge, with zero guilt.


Breakfast in Dubai

For the best brews

Sip up to 15 single origin coffees at RAW Coffee Company or sample dairy-free bullet-proof coffee at Wild & the Moon. Fuel your day with something special.


Coffee in Dubai

Time for afternoon tea?

Sip your tea in style at Sahn Eddar, located at the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah. You can enjoy a range of fine teas and delectable sweet and savory treats at a range of luxury hotels – as well as Atmosphere at the Burj Khalifa, 122 stories high.


Dining in Dubai

Dinnertime delights

From street food to Emirati cuisine and Friday brunches to beach-side dining, Dubai has it all. Discover a range of inspiring options from, led by innovative expats and pioneering local Emiratis.


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