From healthy eats to full-gut treats, here are probably the best breakfasts in Dubai…
It’s supposed to be the main feast of the day and why should we conflict? Regardless of whether you’re wanting a full English cook or a temperate acai bowl, Dubai’s breakfast eateries and bistros get it done.
From long and comfortable to quick and painless, we’ve gathered together the best spots for breakfast in Dubai.
What better way to begin your day in Dubai than with a superb breakfast? Coppasta Breakfast menu offers a wide range of options from healthy as well as indulgent dishes. Gather your friends and family for an international breakfast at Coppasta, Souq Al Manzil, Downtown Dubai.
- ADDRESS Souq Al Manzil, Downtown, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd, Dubai
- PHONE 80026772
- EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
- OPERATING HOURS 10am – 12am
Baker & Spice
It’s hard to go past the gently spiced shakshouka, but if you do want to stray, then may we suggest you veer towards the Turkish eggs with feta, labneh, Aleppo pepper, pita bread and salad. They also do fabulous croissants, baked fresh each day. There are a few venues around the city, but we recommend the one facing the Dubai Fountain for a nice view.
Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai, Dubai, daily 8am to 11pm. Tel: (04) 425 2240.
Bistro Des Arts
Perched on the corner of Dubai Marina Mall you’ll find Bistro Des Arts, a cosy French restaurant that serves up a great value breakfast brunch on the weekends. For Dhs99, you’ll get to help yourself from the social table to start, where there’s a selection of fresh juices, pastries, cheese and cold cuts. Then, pick your main from a collection of hearty breakfasts, a made-to-order crepe and a hot beverage.
Bistro Des Arts, Address Dubai Marina, Friday and Saturday, 10am to 2pm, from Dhs99. Tel: (04) 55 11 576.
For late risers, the weekend breakfast at The Boardwalk is a winner. Overlooking the shores of the Dubai Creek Marina, the grown-up breakfast menu features four dishes to share, such as shakshouka-style poached eggs, hummus and cake. It’s only served on weekends, from 11.30 am.
Boardwalk, Park Hyatt, Dubai Creek Marina, 11.30am to 2pm, Friday and Saturday. Tel: (04) 295 6000.
This bijou bolthole in The Courtyard, Al Quoz, is a go-to for expertly pulled coffees, colourful acai bowls, bolognese-loaded toasties, and an indulgent brekkie roll packed with scrambled eggs, vintage cheddar and mozzarella.
Boston Lane Cafe, 25 4 B Street, Al Quoz, Dubai, 8am to 6pm. Tel: (058) 517 2131.