September 9, 2018 Nicola Monteath

6 Breakfast Spots for Mums in Dubai

Top coffee haunts for weekday catch-ups in your locality. Explore the city’s breakfast spots                                                                               

Bistro Des Arts, Dubai Marina

Nestled at Dubai Marina, this French restaurant and café transports you to a café on the streets of Paris. Make your way there on a weekday morning to find mums with their toddlers and babies, and a great selection of authentic French menu items. After your glass of fresh orange juice, we suggest savoury options such as the eggs benedict or Atlantic omelette with crab and hollandaise sauce. Both are perfectly cooked, and quite substantial. An extensive selection of sweet treats are available too, including chia seed pudding with mango and coconut, granola with fresh yoghurt and berries, pancakes, porridge and tartine. If you have space to try one, we highly recommend their renowned pain perdu (French toast). You won’t regret it! It’s served warm, soft on the inside, and topped with icing sugar and berries. Perfect accompaniment to a freshly brewed cup of coffee. Contact +9714 551 1576



Jones the Grocer, Emirates Golf Club

Every Monday, between 6-11:30am, mums are treated to a delish three-course breakfast for just Dhs80. The menu comprises a nutritious acai smoothie cup, salmon fishcake with yuzu hollandaise, and a fresh fruit salad with a beverage of your choice. Contact+9714 417 9999


Tania’s Teahouse, Jumeirah

This charming millennial-pink café isn’t just a pretty sight, they serve great coffee and nosh too. Head there to try their new menu featuring the smoothie bowl of the day (available in matcha, spinach, strawberry, blueberry and chocolate); scones in flavours such as butter or cranberry and lemon, served with marmalade or strawberry jam and fresh cream; and eggs with sautéed mushrooms, juicy tomatoes, spinach and toasted brioche. If you’re a tea-lover, their new range includes peach apricot, chocola-tea and Moroccan mint, so you can indulge over pots, while you wait for your children to get done with nursery/school. Contact +9714 324 0021


Kava & Chai, Al Seef

On your next visit to Dubai Creek, or after you swing by the Museum of Illusions, head to this newly-opened coffeehouse for V60 pour over, drip filter coffee, cold brews, or a cup of traditional Qahwa. You can also find detox blends, matcha lattes, tea-based smoothies, and all-time favourite, karak masala tea. Contact+9714 394 1201


Arrows and Sparrows, The Greens

During the month of September, mums can enjoy two breakfast dishes and two coffees for just Dhs99. Choose from a twisted avocado on toast, acai bowl, scrambled eggs with wild mushrooms and plenty more. Contact +9714 558 8141

Maxzi – The Good Food Shop, Al Quoz

Founded by Helene Raudaschl, this clean food grocer is an emporium-café hybrid that offers real, clean food and ingredients, so you know you’re getting great quality produce. The menu comprises chorizo scrambled egg, avocado toast with eggs benedict, seasonal fruits, and an oriental treat (with halloumi cheese). Contact +9714 395 3988



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