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4 Hotels for Breakfast in Dubai

Sunday, November 2, 2014
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4 Hotels for Breakfast in Dubai

As an early riser and a lover for all things healthy and sweet, I tend to lean more on breakfasts than brunches or dinners. Most of the time, it’s always something either healthy or sweet but simple and tasteful. I am not your beans, scrambled eggs and sausage morning person. You will find me nibbling on the fresh fruit section with muesli, a croissant perhaps, (extra buttery yes) and gluten free pastries with an iced green juice and a hot green tea (I need both).

Everyone runs around trying to find a place where they still serve breakfast because eating breakfast, even if it’s 5 o’clock in the afternoon, is a sign that the day has just begun and good things can still happen. Having lunch is like throwing in the towel.

 

Here are few of my 4 favorites that I have tried this October. Not necessarily in the right order.

 

1. Kitchen 6 at JW Marquis Dubai – From the world’s tallest hotel to the world’s possibly largest breakfast. Kitchen 6 is perfect for you if you like to have everything for breakfast. (You can call it one meal a day) The great thing about it is the organic section and the gluten free food! If you prefer a little peace and quiet, go when it’s really early and sit by the window. You will feel very much in the city. Don’t miss out their deserts!

Open daily from 6am to 11pm

Cuisine: International
Dress code: Casual
Location: 1st Floor
Phone: +971 4 414 3000

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2. Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah – What we love most about Waldorf Astoria’s breakfast is the view, the colors and the healthy options. Walk in at 7 am and you are entering a room that is filled with light and open space facing the beach.

Open daily from 6:30 am

For more information or to book a table at Mezzerie
kindly call +971-4-818 2222

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3.  The Address Montgomerie  Personally we love Links at 8am on a crispy Friday morning. Menu is a la carte which is perfect for those who don’t eat much in the mornings but still enjoy a good cup of tea/coffee with good English cake or muffin, sitting so comfortably on the couches facing the wonderful golf course or  Monty facing the lake.

Open Daily from 6:30 am to 11:30 am

Cuisine: A la carte

Location:
Located in the lower level of the Clubhouse
The Address Montgomerie Dubai
T:+9714 3 905 600

 

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4. Four Seasons Dubai Jumeirah Beach Will officially open its doors to the public on December 1st  and we had a sneak peek at the hotel, especially the breakfast area called Suq Restaurant which also has an outside dining area facing a little bit of the beach. The international cuisine is market style kitchen and the best thing about it, is the green fresh juice and the gluten free sections! We haven’t had a taste of it yet, but has to add it to the list of ‘ The new things to try’!

Open Daily from 6:30 am

Cuisine: International

Contact : 8000 65 0561

 

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