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Best Coffee Spots in Dubai for All Your Caffeine Fixes:

Hi, This is Mehwish, Professional writer, and blogger at Dubai Leading Real Estate Agency Aeon & Trisl.

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Dubai offers a myriad of restaurants, cafes, and coffee shops. So if you want to unwind, have your coffee at a cute little coffee place, I am here for your rescue. For me, having coffee at a nice and cozy place is the best way to revive after a long workday/week. The Middle East is seemingly getting addicted to coffee which is evident from the fact that more and more coffee spots are opening up. This fact comes as a blessing for coffee lovers. So, brace yourselves and get ready to try out these amazing coffee shops in Dubai:

1. Roseleaf Café:

Regarded as the best coffee shop in Dubai, this café serves coffee as well as homemade snacks like sandwiches, cakes, and salads. Located in the Garden Centre Dubai, this place offers traditional homemade food with a hint of creativity and love which is not all that heavy on the pocket either. The coffee is sourced locally and is roasted with perfection. Other beverages offered at the Roseleaf are sodas, smoothies, and teas. The café is surrounded by the serene greenery of the Garden Centre which makes it the perfect place to hang out.

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2. Mokha 1450:

If you are very choosy about your coffee and want it a certain way, Mokha 1450 is reporting to serve you. With the coffee sourced from Ethiopia and Yemen, Mokha 1450 lets you customize your order and serves it just the way you want it. Mokha 1450 ensures that the suppliers are not exploited and pays them what is best deserved by them. Immerse in a different kind of coffee experience while munching on delicious eatables offered by this café. The baristas here are well trained and the customer service is paid close attention to. This little coffee spot can be found at Palm Jumeirah and Al Wasl Road

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3. Stomping Grounds

Stomping grounds is the perfect place to start your day with a delicious breakfast and of course, a coffee. You can choose what kind of coffee beans would you like, how to extract it, and what kind of milk would go with it. Tucked in a villa in Jumeirah 1, the Stomping Grounds offers numerous kinds of coffee brews, other beverages, and munchies. The café is also open for lunch and dinner, but its specialty is authentic Australian breakfast and as you may have guessed, coffee! The restaurant won Timeout Dubai’s awards for ‘best brekkie’, and ‘best independent coffee shop in UAE’

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4. The Espresso Lab:

In the fast-pacing life of Dubai, one just wants to peacefully hang out and enjoy homemade food. The Espresso Lab is your one-stop shop for your homemade food and coffee cravings. Everything offered here is made with expert hands and the coffee is sourced from 10 different countries. Gibraltar (a kind of espresso) is its specialty that is enjoyed by people from all over Dubai. Recently, the café won the UAE Brewers Cup Championship.

5. Boston Lane:

This café is really underrated and is kind of a hidden gem in the myriad of coffee shops in Dubai. Boston Lane is owned by an Australian family and serves authentic coffee in an ambiance of baby pink hues and vintage stone walls. Situated in Al Quoz, Boston Lane is inspired by the coffee culture of Australia and offers amazing breakfast options as well. Also, do not forget to take a picture here as the interior of this spot is pretty cute and very Instagram-worthy.

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© 2021 Mehwish Sardar

Comments

Liza from USA on September 24, 2021:

We have The Espresso Lab in Malaysia. I wonder if it's the same as in Dubai. My husband and I went there many times. It's our favorite coffee stop whenever we were in Malaysia. However, I hope one day, we have a chance to try coffee spots you've shared here in Dubai.

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