Ultimate List of Breakfast in Dubai and Best Places to Have

Breakfast is considered to be the most significant meal of the day, but we think it’s much more than that. We all get out of bed for the first bite of a huge morning fry-up or even a simple piece of toast because it sets the standard for the rest of the day.

And luckily for us, Dubai is teeming with fantastic breakfast establishments ready to assist us in getting the day started right. And with so many options, we’re all curious about where to find Dubai’s best breakfasts.

If you’re in the mood for a healthy açai bowl or even a full English cook, Dubai’s breakfast restaurants and eateries satisfy your cravings.

The top places for breakfasts in Dubai have been picked together, ranging from lengthy and unhurried to brief and sweet.

Lana Lusa

Lana Lusa, a chic neighborhood restaurant from the La Cantine group, is tucked away in Wasl 51 mall and serves traditional Portuguese cuisine to Dubai. While enjoying fresh-made pastel de nata, flavorful dishes such as Tosta Mista, or the fried English breakfast, a generosity spread of buttered bread, roasted tomatoes, avocado, mushroom, pan-fried eggs, and crunchy veal bacon, restaurants can enjoy the sunshine on the roof patio, which is surrounded by greenery. Like all La Cantine locations, this one has a distinctive and fashionable style with many components made by Portuguese artists, such as vibrant pottery plates from Barcelos, bronze chandeliers, and a cork menu from Porto.


The mildly seasoned shakshouka is impossible to stop, but if you must stray, we recommend that you try the Turkish eggs with feta, Aleppo pepper, labneh, salad, and pita bread. They even bake delicious croissants from scratch every day. There are a few locations throughout the town, but for a beautiful view, we suggest the one in Souk Al Bahar that faces the Dubai Fountain.

Bombay Bungalow

Breakfast items with an Indian flair are available at Bombay Bungalow, which is open every day at 8:30 am. Examples include the butter-chicken omelet and the tomato, chili, and onion breakfast pancake.


Nette, another of the latest additions to Dubai’s chic array of breakfast restaurants, is the creation of the Cassette team and serves all-day French-Japanese restaurants in a light, modern environment with plenty of greenery. The brand-new café, which is situated in Al Quoz, offers mouthwatering and creative breakfast options like egg-sando sandwiches, honey matcha bowls, Japanese souffle crème-brûlée waffles, and French toast topped with matcha creme fraiche, yuzu macerated seasonal berries, yuzu curd, and toasted pecans. These dishes are all accompanied by coffee from the neighborhood Three Roasters Latte as well as smoothies, fresh juices, and rich milkshakes.


All hours of the day and night, people flock to this hip place in Umm Suqeim. However, it serves one of Dubai’s finest breakfasts, therefore we strongly advise visiting Umm Suqeim for just that meal. There is an extensive breakfast selection with every option imaginable. For a decadent beginning to your day, don’t skip the bee honeycomb topped with thick Turkish yogurt. Though we didn’t mention it was healthful, you’ll still like it.


The local company Mirzam is well-known for its delectable chocolate creations, including ornate menu options, eggs, luscious hot chocolates, and truffles,  but it also serves up a perfect breakfast in its shop and factory. In its manufacturing warehouse in Al Quoz, customers can eat breakfast, baked products, and small savory snacks. The menu features inventive, delectable dishes such as breakfast tajine of Mirzam dukkah and flavored labneh, warm tartine with caramelized onion, egg, and wilted spinach, and labneh, and farmer’s garden baked muffins crafted with a variety of cheeses and vegetables. Coffees have functioned with a test of the caramel of the day. Take a stroll through the store or participate in a chocolate-making lesson after breakfast.

Clinton St. Bakers

To top the waffles with fried chicken at Clinton St Baking Co., you’ll have to travel quite afar. The New South meal is one of the most popular breakfast options at this Downtown restaurant, so if you’re looking for something light, there are also avo bread, soft shell crab omelet, and Huevos rancheros available.


Seva Table, which replaced Life One Cafe, debuted in 2020 in the laid-back Jumeirah 1 neighborhood on Jumeirah Beach Road. The organic, plant-based restaurant provides meals for breakfast, brunch, and dinners in its zen garden as well as a rustic interior dining area. But there is plenty of beautiful flora and secluded seating outside, guests will find bookcases and rustic wooden tables within. All of the meals are made with only plants and are devoid of gluten, cane sugar, GMOs, and filled toasts, French toast. acai bowls, nutritious sweet bakes.


The edgy Antipodean restaurant in the Koa Canvas center serves up outstanding modern dishes that are produce-driven. It’s best to make reservations in advance for their relaxed Sunday brunch (not the drunken, dance-on-tables variety), in which standout meals involve wrecked avo with prawns as well as yuzu koshu and indeed the Lowe breakfast, which involves boiled egg, halloumi, cucumbers, tomatoes, chickpeas, flatbread, avocado, and olives.


Vibe Café is undoubtedly one of the city’s finest “Instagrammable” breakfast venues because of its eye-catching pink décor and neon lighting. From the beautiful pink Issa Florence Ting (English muffin, sautéed spinach, poached eggs, mushroom, VIBE special sauce) to the I Really How You Turk (flavourful lamb sausage, poached eggs, smoked paprika, saffron labneh, zaatar butter, coriander, feta, sesame brioche bagel) and soft peanut-butter pancakes, the food is based on a playful concept. There are teas, fresh juices, coffees, and smoothies available, but the standout beverage is Drake’s VIBE, his creation of coffee, peanut butter, oat milk, and banana. Give it a cold mimosa for individuals who are attending the DIFC store.


SĀN at Palm West Beach’s newest world of high, The Club, is the spot to be for breakfasts served in a setting by the sea that will revitalize your soul. SĀN is serious about building the day with a substantial breakfast. It is a contemporary refuge influenced by old nature-focused philosophy. Enjoy fresh loaves of bread, fruit buffets from around the world, and eggs prepared however you like—for example, scramble with cheese, poached with greens & cheese, or cooked with baked beans.

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