Best Spots For Having A Good Tea & Time In Dubai

From buzzing brunches to romantic cafés, cozy restaurants to lavish lunch spots, Dubai is a world of food-lovers where every likely meal wish and need can be satisfied 24/7


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Sahn Eddar is only seven-star hotel in Dubai where offering afternoon tea in a world class luxury manner is an exercise in indulgence and elegance. It provides three times of serving per day (1pm, 3pm and 5pm), the service during afternoon tea is always precise, as is the choice of dainty sandwiches, cakes and pastries.


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At, At.mosphere you’ll enjoy ‘high tea’ literally from the 122nd floor of Burj Khalifa. It provides beautiful setting with an incredible view to match. It is a very classy place and provides most spectacular views. It’s a must go if u want to experience a look at the Dubai from 122 floor, prefer window seat and reservations are recommended. Some places are expensive but worth enjoying the view and ambience.


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Stepping in al bayt is like walking into an Arabian palace which is located at a very stunning place. In al bayat a classic British afternoon tea is available with finger sandwiches and freshly baked scones clotted with cream and jam. We suggest that the Arabian afternoon tea experience features aN indulgent plates like camel milk pistachio crème brulee.


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Al Fayrooz Lounge is located within the expensive Al Qasr resort in the reclining beachside Madinat Jumeirah complex. In Al Fayrooz Lounge, the traditional English afternoon tea is treated as an art form. The relish snacks like sandwiches, scones and English fruit cake with the sensational backdrop of the iconic Burj Al Arab.


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Kambaa is the go-to venue for a spot of tea and people watching along the Dubai marina with light, airy interiors gleaming marble floors and modern furniture. Kambaa entertain with live piano, delicious snacks sweet treats and a vast tea selection which ensures there is something for everyone.


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‘Peacock Alley’ was coined to describe the colonnade connecting The Waldorf and The Astoria inns in New York, which was frequented by day by day promenade of high-society figures. The Palm Jumeirah branch serves a ravishing evening tea that more than lives up to its rich heritage while overlooking the hotel’s beautiful central gardens. You can test the property’s mark tea mix or indeed, even make your own.


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Arguably the most elegant evening tea in the emirates, Raffles Salon’s Fashion Afternoon Tea offers charming culinary creations with the latest trends in mind. Wear your best while snacking on stylishly motivated dishes like a tote made of chocolate or white chocolate ganache stilettos.

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