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7 new breakfast spots to try this long weekend in Dubai

Anticipating a delicious breakfast this weekend?

We’re here to offer you a few new breakfast experiences to try this weekend in your city, whether it’s a freshly opened establishment or the morning menu from Dubai that just launched.

These are some new breakfast foods to try in Dubai, ranging from French classics to Japanese sweet treats.

Bellini Cafe Dubai

Situated next to the Dubai Canal, Bellini is a contemporary European restaurant offering delectable classic dishes. Anticipate stacked pancakes, avocado toast, French toast, and eggs any manner. You can get acai bowls, espresso chia pudding parfaits, exotic fruit bowls and much more for lighter options. Oh, and make sure not to overlook the croissant with Pistacchio cream. This is the spot for you if you’re longing for some peace and quiet away from the bustle of the city.


The recently built French restaurant Bisou, located next to the Dubai Opera, offers a more sophisticated breakfast menu that includes the restaurant’s famous bisou breakfast, which consists of fried eggs and beef mortadella. In addition, there’s a Brioche topped with salmon, caviar, and a poached egg, as well as the croque madame with duck and truffle. Sweet delicacies like mini cottage cheese Syrniki, granola with fruits, and French toast with berries are available, as well as health-conscious selections like the Bisou green breakfast.

Cipriani Dolci

Take note, breaky-lovers. A sophisticated breakfast experience is available at Cipriani Dolci Dubai until 3pm. Pancakes, flavorful omelettes, fluffy bomboloni, buttery croissants, creamy eggs benedict on Cipriani rolls, and artisanal pastries make up the dishes available. Juices and great coffee are served for breakfast. Make sure you’re dressed properly for the Italian elegance of the atmosphere, which was modelled after Harry’s Bar in Venice.

Dhaba Lane Al Garhoud

Do you want a substantial Indian breakfast? Indian breakfast platters are available for Dhs49 per person, all-you-can-eat, at the Punjabi eatery Dhaba Lane. This breakfast plate, which is served every day from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., is ideal for anyone who want to start their day full of flavour. There are numerous dishes like as chai, poha, upma, sambhar, ragi idli, dosa, and aloo rassa.


Enjoy a breakfast at Ladurée with a Champs-Élysées theme. To begin, you’ll get a basket with three small viennoiseries and a variety of freshly made bread served with jam, honey, and butter on the side. Then a fruit-filled omelette. You can select from Ladurée’s coffee, tea, or decadent hot chocolate in addition to freshly squeezed orange or grapefruit juice. Everything for Dhs135.

Maison de la Plage

The morning menu at Maison de la Plage, a restaurant in West Palm Beach, is influenced by chef Izu Ani’s travels in France. You can sample traditional dishes like French toast, warm waffles with Chantilly cream, creamy scrambled eggs, and eggs Benedict. There’s also the inventive tartine with avocado and labneh. Enjoy this lovely location on the beach, where breakfast is offered every day starting at 10 a.m.

Nama Yoso

In the centre of Mirdif, Nama Yoso, Chef Reif Othman’s most recent venture, offers a special weekend breakfast menu from 9 am to 4 pm. Taste well-known breakfast favourites given a modern Japanese makeover. Highlights include the black croissant burger with a wagyu patty, bacon, cheddar, and sunny-side-up egg, and the avocado toast with feta cheese, shiso chimichurri sauce, and yuzu juice. Don’t miss the crème brûlée French toast, which is created with homemade shokupan and caramelised with Japanese brown sugar. It’s topped with vanilla ice cream and crème anglaise espuma.

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