From restaurants to cafes, these hidden gems are a sure spot to visit
Dubai is a rare gem which will keep you amazed every moment and recognized around globe . But there are some restaurants and cafes that are known as the hidden gems of the emirate.
Check out the 10 places worth your visit
This chef-founded licensed Thai restaurant offers genuine dishes from the Isan region and lively rustic vibes until late is hidden in JLT’s bustling dining scene. The restaurant is super affordable.
Sunday to Thursday 12 pm to 12 am, Friday and Saturday 12 pm to 2 am
Comptoir 102 is home to some of Dubai’s most covetable homewares, jewellery items, and clothes. A hip cafe dishing out virtuous salads, plant-based desserts, and the cult-status vegan cheese platter. The edgy concept store and cafe in Jumeirah 1.
Daily from 8 am to 10 pm
Ivy’s Secret Garden
Ivy’s Secret Garden is nestled within the industrial warehouses of Al Quoz. Part plant shop, part cafe, this instantly relaxing space is named after its owner, who combined her love of coffee and plants into one one-stop shop.
The menu is limited to all-day acai bowls and small bites, plus an array of beverages that prove very popular. They also do green-themed workshops like skincare making and plant pot painting.
Daily 9.00 am to 9.00 pm
Moby Sushi is Japanese inspired plant-based café. Created by INKED’s executive chef Hadrien Villedieu. It is hidden in a warehouse in Al Quoz industrial area, Dubai.
The vegan menu at Moby combines traditional Japanese ingredients, recipes, and cooking methods with Western flavours. Don’t forget to try their coffee and baked goods too.
Saturday to Thursday from 8.00 am to 7.00 pm
Nightjar is located in the urban district of Alserkal Avenue in Dubai. A lofthouse-style vibe featuring exposed ceilings, dark woods, and a huge wrap-around the coffee bar.
Nightjar specialises in coffee and there are taps serving every type of coffee you can imagine.
Open daily 10.00 am to 09.00 pm
Jumeirah is full of hidden cafés waiting to be found and this is one of them. The beautiful Seven Seeds is surrounded by a green garden, water features, a conservatory for when summer comes along, and a trendy indoor space.
On the menu, guests can tuck into healthy bites like sandwiches and smoothie bowls, sweet treats, burgers, and delicious coffee.
Daily 08.00 am to 11.00 pm
Visit : https://7seeds.ae/
Inside Al Barari, the botanic residential community on the outskirts of Dubai, you’ll find a healthy-eating restaurant, The Farm.
A leafy, tranquil oasis, we recommend you book ahead early on weekends, as this place quickly packs out with breakfasters. As well as serving up wholesome food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
The Farm frequently houses pop-up markets, cooking classes, and child-friendly activities.
Daily 07.30 am to 10.30 pm
With its pretty rugs, tree stumps for tables, and colourful plants, all hidden behind high walls, entering the garden of Seva Table feels a bit like Alice In Wonderland meets a zen garden.
The wellness destination has everything you need for a healthy life, from an outdoor space dedicated to fitness classes to an extensive vegan menu and regular reiki and chakra healing workshops.
Daily 08.00 am to 10.00 pm
This mother-and-daughter-owned gem in Jumeirah is a quaint coffee shop and bakery. The space is filled with plants, books, cute collectibles, and the smell of freshly baked goods.
Don’t miss their melt-in-the-mouth sourdough pastries, the turmeric country loaf, and their signature white chocolate matcha latte.
08.00 am to 08.00 pm
Recently opened in Al Quoz, La Nena is a Spanish café and concept store, with coffee, delectable snacks, and gorgeous homeware pieces to buy such as cups, plates and candles. It’s dog-friendly so bring along your four-legged friends!
Tuesday to Sunday from 07.00 am to 06.00 pm