Best Afternoon Tea Cafes In Dubai
Dubai is a paradise for foodies, may it be a romantic dinner, a relaxing takeout, or trying something crazy. Who wouldn’t love to have a steaming cup of tea and some cookies and sandwiches while enjoying the Dubai skyline?
If you are a tea lover and in Dubai. then you should definitely go to the exotic afternoon tea sessions held at many different places in the gulf city. Spend an afternoon with endless gallons of tea, tasty scones, some healthy muffins, and creamy sandwiches and it’ll be the best afternoon of you life.
Here are five best places to get afternoon tea in Dubai:
Visit this place for two reasons – it is located in the desert oasis and you will get to eat some really tasty and cute-looking tiny open sandwiches. Afternoon tea is served all throughout the year from 3.45pm to 6pm and costs Dh125 per person, which is a good deal. Enjoy freshly baked scones with jam and butter as you enjoy the soft bird music playing in the background.
The Surf Cafe
Overlooking the beach, The Surf Cafe is one spot for those looking for a chilled out and laid back afternoon tea. This restaurant is one of the cheapest places to offer afternoon tea, costing just Dh128 for two people. Apart from the delicious tea, The Surf Cafe also serves some tasty and healthy acai shots and chicken and mayo spread on toasted bread. It is open only on weekdays from 3pm to 7pm.
With lime green comfy couches and beautiful interiors, La Farine is a beautiful restaurant to enjoy afternoon tea. The session starts with assorted berries and goes on to fresh sandwiches. Tea served is unlimited and very tasty. Afternoon tea at La Farine costs Dh250 for two people and is open daily.
At.mosphere Lounge is definitely foodie goals! After all who would mind sitting on the 122nd floor of Burj Khalifa, world’s tallest building and enjoying freshly made tea? Bright and royal with red interior and golden accent lighting, At.moshpere Lounge hosts afternoon tea daily from 2.30pm to 5pm. The session starts with a traditional quiche followed by smoked salmon and turkey sandwich accompanied by perfectly baked cakes and scones. Prices start at Dh320 per person.
Fortnum and Mason
If you truly wanted to enjoy a true blue English high tea then a visit to Fortnum and Mason is must. The restaurant is sure to whisk you away with its beautiful pink and blue pastel interiors and candy jars on the counters. Fortnum and Mason is best known for its scones, both plain and fruit. Afternoon tea at Fortnum and Mason costs Dh215 per person and is available daily from 12pm to 11.30pm. It is best for those who love to drink later in the evening.
It’s time to indulge in some tea and fulfill your sweet cravings. Go with your friends or a just a good book and pamper yourself with some tasty sandwiches and don’t care about the calories.
If you want something else than tea, then you should check out our selection of top rooftop lounges in Dubai
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