Dubai’s Best Friendly Cafés

Do you need an office on – the-go? As stand-in work space, these tried and tested cafes and coffee shops are perfectly suited.

 

Ultra Brasserie

Tasty low calorie eating

Join Marina Plaza to spend a productive afternoon working out of this’ New Dubai’ gem next to Marina Mall. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide natural sunlight excess, plus views across Dubai Marina. Here the coffees are perfectly brewed with Boon organic beans, and for every dietary preference the breakfast and lunch menu reveals a dish. Through its delicious gluten-free chicken schnitzel and zucchini noodles with avocado puree, the owner’s philosophy of spotlighting healthy, lower calorie eating without skimping on taste is best seen.

Circle Café

Simple good food

Here, the huge all-day dining menu ranges from hearty and belly-filling (the asparagus and mushroom risotto, AED68/US$18.50), to healthy and calorie-conscious (the Hawaiian poke bowl, AED68/US$18.50), with plenty of fast snacks and smoothies. The location couldn’t be better –you’ll find Circle Café right between the Dubai World Trade Centre Metro and the Convention Centre and Halls entrances, With the option of seating both indoor and outdoor.

The Daily

Designed for ‘coffice’ workers

Housed in one of the most vibrant new hotel developments in downtown Dubai, The Daily was designed with co-workersin mind, with the wide open space providing a variety of seating and menu options. The wifi is super-fast, with conveniently placed wall-side tables near loading points. In addition to the thematic buffets, the all-day menu includes a selection of a la carte. Employees are happy to linger for guests, with minimal interruption for those who want to spend the better part of a day working in a corner booth.

1762

Great coffee and wifi

Within Media City’s range of hotel restaurants and sushi joints, this table service and takeaway cafe is a welcome oasis. They have a reliable menu of wraps and salad, plus a few hot meals of the day (written next to the blackboard’s wifi password) to keep media types tables happy, plus Sheik Zayed Road’s best coffee on this side. The conversations and chatters never rise above a pleasant hum while popular at lunch. The cushy wall booths are great for working over a few hours, or try the larger tables on the semi-open terrace, with individual well-kept bathrooms at the back of the venue.

Wild and the Moon

A taste of innovative favourites

In the heart of Al-Quoz’s arty hub, this healthy cafe ticks all the boxes for those who keep their diet vegan, raw, or gluten-free. The curated menu offers innovative assumptions of ethnic favourites such as African curries or Japanese miso bowls, and a unique range of fresh juice and vegan smoothies. Particularly their ‘ Bulletproof ‘ coffee will help you stay focused. To avoid the lunch-rush hubbub and for easy access to power points, choose a table in the upstairs alcove. The precinct is also surrounded by plenty of unmetered and unlimited parking.

Arrows and Sparrows

Casual and relaxed dining

Arrows and Sparrows is a relaxed alternative to the crowded business hub located in the central Emaar Business Park, around the corner from Dubai Gold and Diamond Park. While the cafe buzzes during the peak hour of lunch, the afternoons are calm, so you can take over a spacious wall booth without interruption. Get there in time for your business lunch special (12pm-3pm) and order any AED45/US$12.25 sandwiches, half-serve salads, and home-made drinks (including coffee). The free wifi keeps a powerful signal inside or outside.
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