19 of the chicest places to enjoy breakfast on Palm Jumeirah
From pet-friendly spots to bottomless breakfasts…
If you’re like us at What’s On and you love breakfast, then you need to check out some of the Palm’s best spots for breakfast. From pastries, pancakes and sweet treats, to savoury delights such as shakshouka and eggs on toast, you can enjoy the most important meal of the day from the golden shores of West Beach, Golden Mile, or up high in the Palm Tower.
Here are the best places to enjoy breakfast on the shores of the Palm:
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The 210-metre-high attraction features a pool in which you can swim around the entire venue, without any obstructions and more importantly…they have breakfast. Indulge in western style classics with an Asian twist, such as an Asian brunch bowl, miso eggs benedict, wasabi salmon bagel, Japanese pancakes, and much more from 10am to 11:30am. The morning experience pass runs from 10am to 2pm, starting from Dhs250. For an afternoon slot, the timings run between 3pm and sunset, priced from Dhs275. You can also get an evening pass for Dhs225 from 8pm to 11pm, while full-day passes from 10am to 7pm start from Dhs525.
Aura Skypool Lounge, 50th Floor, Palm Tower, Palm Jumeirah, daily 6am to sunset, from Dhs200. auraskypool.com
Brunch & Cake
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Brunch & Cake is the cult Insta-worthy cafe that originated in Barcelona (where there are queues of people trying to bag a seat every day). Fortunately for us Dubai residents, there are now three branches of Brunch & Cake in Dubai: the original in Al Wasl; Brunch & Cake by the Sea at The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah; and Brunch & Cake by the Lake at Jumeirah Islands. From boho-chic interiors to pretty outdoor terraces and brightly coloured acai bowls to a signature brekkie board served on a garden shovel, you’ll be getting snap-happy the whole time you’re at any of the branches.
Brunch & Cake, The Pointe, The Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, 9am to 11pm daily, Tel: (0)4 580 0437, brunchandcake.com
The Beach House (Saturday and Sunday)
A perennial favourite on the alfresco dining scene, The Beach House at Anantara The Palm now invites diners to start their day the right way with a weekend breakfast. Every Saturday and Sunday, Dhs200 gets you a choice of breakfast dish with two hours of unlimited fizz. Snag a table on the terrace and toast to a morning spent with your toes in the sand.
The Beach House, Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort, East Crescent, 10am to 12pm, Sat and Sun, Dhs200. Tel: (0)4 567 8316, anantara.com
CMP Bar & Grill (Saturday and Sunday)
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Perch on CMP’s expansive terrace next weekend for a laid-back and casual brunch that runs from 11am to 3pm with idyllic views of the Atlantis hotel. Here you can indulge in a big American breakfast complete with cheddar biscuits and crispy potatoes, alongside a breakfast hash, short-rib benedict, crunchy creme brulee french toast, chicken and waffles and much more. Options to pair it with soft drinks for Dhs195, bottomless mimosas and bloody Mary’s for Dhs265 and a full open bar for Dhs365 are all available.
CMP Bar & Grill, The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah, bottomless breakfast Dhs195, bottlomless mimosa and bloody mary’s Dhs265, open bar Dhs365.Tel: (0)4 580 7983, cmprestaurants.com
Gaze out across endless yachts as you tuck into six breakfast dishes at Ella’s Eatery. Starting from Dhs85, enjoy an array of dishes as well as a hot and cold beverage. Breakfast favourites on the extensive menu include beetroot avocado toast, eggs Benedict, shakshouka, and waffles.
Ella’s Eatery, Palm View East, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, available daily from 8am to 12pm from Dhs85. Tel: (04) 557 0984. facebook.com/ellaseateryDXB
Fixie Café needs to be your next stop on The Palm. This establishment is a bicycle-themed café with a variety of healthy food options. For breakfast, you can enjoy a cooked breakfast, heartwarming oatmeal, smoothie bowls, and crispy pastries. Fixie is a unique place, which offers workshops that unleash your creativity as well as weekend markets. Candle making, water-colouring, and painting, are only some of the workshops Fixie has held. It’s a great spot to catch up with family or friends.
West Beach, The Palm Jumeirah, Mon to Sun 7am to 11pm, Tel: (0)4 281 3813, @fixiecafedxb
Ibn Al Bahr
A venue proudly owned by fishermen, Ibn Al Bahr is a treasured Dubai restaurant for its affordable menus and fresh seafood, that is now home to a daily breakfast – perfect for waking up by the seaside. Loved for authentic Lebanese flavours, Ibn Al Bahr has aptly called its new breakfast deal Fisherman’s Breakfast by the Sea. Available from 8.30am to 11.30am daily, it’s priced at Dhs150 for two and includes foul moudammas, tangy balila, labneh, fresh halloumi, zaatar manakish, vegetables, and olives. There’s also your choice of three eggs your way, and beverage choices including tea, coffee and orange juice. Prefer to go a la carte? Priced at Dhs35 each, the à la carte options on the breakfast menu include egg awarma, fatteh awarma, and shanklish.
Ibn Al Bahr, Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah, daily 8.30am to 11.30am. Tel: (0)4 553 9575, ibnalbahr.me
Bag a seat on the outdoor terrace at Il Passaggio and gaze out across the calm waters around the man-made island. The breakfast menu boasts What’s On-approved dishes such as French toast and a truffle croissant with perfectly scrambled egg.
Il Passaggio, The Pointe, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, breakfast served daily. Tel: (0)4 587 3111. @ilpassaggio_dxb
Jones the Grocer
A cult classic, this Dubai staple always remains high up on our list of places to grab breakfast. Diners can dig into classic eggs Benedict, poached eggs with avocado and basil pesto topped onto sourdough, as well as a Persian feta omelette, acai bowls, filled croissants and more.
Jones the Grocer, West Beach, Dubai, 8am to 11.30am daily, Tel: (0)4 385 1033, jonesthegrocer.com
Popular West Beach hotspot Koko Bay is usually synonymous with sundowners but it also has a great beachside breakfast offering. Enjoy Koko Bay-inspired breakfast dishes such as Asian omelette with kai pad krawpow served with custard baos, the Koko Bay full English, brioche French toast, Koko nut pancakes infused with lemongrass infused maple syrup, and the Amazonica acai bowl. Bag a seat outside for those epic Dubai Marina skyline views.
Koko Bay, West Beach, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, Mon to Fri 10am to midnight, Sat and Sun 8am to midnight. Tel: (04) 5723444. @kokobayuae
Lime Tree Cafe & Kitchen
Lime Tree Cafe has remained constant in Dubai’s rapid growth and in many aspects embodies Dubai’s expat community. You may be familiar with this establishment purely due to its iconic carrot cake, a treat that is locally renowned. Located at the front of Depachika food hall, this iconic spot has got everything you need for a breakfast made for champions. From a cooked breakfast to pastries and of course, their delicious carrot cake can be eaten any time of the day, this is an ideal spot that will leave you truly satisfied.
Lime Tree Cafe, Depachika Food Hall, Nakheel Mall, Sun to Thur 8am to 10pm, Fri an Sat 8am to 12am. Tel: (0)4 325 6325. thelimetreecafe.com
Little Neighborhood Restaurant
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This local hangout is the perfect place to perch for a coffee, brunch, lunch, or dinner. Serving an array of classics with a twist, you will be able to secure your next acai bowl or cooked breakfast whilst admiring the Golden Mile park. Your pups are welcome to join you if you opt to sit outside on their terrace.
Little Neighborhood Restaurant, Golden Mile, The Palm Jumeirah, 7am to 10pm daily, Tel: (0)52 823 3295, littleneighborhooddxb.com
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The shores of Palm’s West Beach recently welcomed Maison Mathis, from its original location in Arabian Ranches. This relaxing family restaurant is on the ground floor of the recently opened Voco Hotel, with a terrace and french doors that can open up the restaurant completely. Expect breakfast favourites with pastries, waffles, delicious homemade breads, cooked breakfast, avocado on toast and much more. With the view of the glittering ocean on west beach, we can’t think of many other spots that are more dreamy than this one.
Maison Mathis, voco Dubai The Palm, Palm West Beach, open daily Mon to Thur 6.30am to 11pm, Fri 6.30am to midnight, Sat 7am to midnight, Sun 7am to 11pm. @maisonmathisvocopalm
Peaches and Cream (Sundays)
Sundays are for family and good food, and no place knows this better than Peaches and Cream. With ocean breeze in your hair, family and friends can indulge in a buffet-style selection of goodies ranging from oysters, fresh salads, and Paella de marisco. There is also an abundance of beachy activities that munchkins and parents can get involved in, keeping the whole family happy. Prices start from Dhs235 for soft drinks, Dhs335 for house drinks and Dhs395 for prosecco.
Peaches and Cream, Shoreline Apartments, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, Sun 1pm to 4pm, Dhs235 soft, Dhs335 house, Dhs359 prosecco. Tel: (0)52 947 4552, peachesandcream.ae
Revo Cafe is a great weekend breakfast spot, with a view that captures the Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah Beach Hotel, and Downtown Dubai skyline. Whether you’re keeping healthy with their health-focused super bowls or a light granola, or treating yourself to a slab of caramelised bread covered in mascarpone, Revo Cafe at Anantara The Palm has you covered. There’s an outdoor seating area for leisurely breakfasting.
Anantara, The Palm, Dubai, open daily 8am to 10.30pm. Tel: (04) 5678304. dubai-palm.anantara.com
Riva Beach Club
This longtime beach club is super popular with families and those who enjoy the more relaxing side of life. Breakfast is served up daily from 10am to 1pm, with dishes such as açaí and granola, poached eggs with avocado toast, truffle scrambled eggs and a croissant sandwich on the menu. Stick around for a pool day and there’s paddle boarding on the beach.
Riva Beach Club, Shoreline Building 8, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, open 7.30am to 12am. Tel: (0)4 430 9466. riva-beach.com
One of the prettiest spots at The Club on Palm West Beach, SAN has quickly become one of the city’s favourite beach clubs. If you’re looking for a spot to kickstart your day in style, they now serve up a daily breakfast, where you can tuck into the likes of light fluffy pancakes or runny eggs benedict to the sound of the gently lapping ocean. There’s a breakfast package for groups priced at Dhs300 per person, which includes a breakfast main dish, basket of pastries and two non-alcoholic breakfast beverages, or just order from the a la carte menu. . Whether you wish to delight your taste buds with freshly baked and warm pastries, refreshing smoothies, or numerous egg delicacies cooked to perfection, SĀN has something for everyone.
SAN, The Club, Palm West Beach, daily 9am to midday. Tel: (0)4 458 0499, sanbeachdubai.com
Located in the Andaz on the Palm, this peaceful restaurant will make you feel like you’re on holiday. With both indoor and outdoor seating, the Locale is light and bright with large windows wrapped around the venue, offering a gorgeous breakfast selection that can be enjoyed every day of the week.
The Locale, Andaz Dubai the Palm, a concept by Hyatt. 7.30am to 11pm daily, Tel: (0)4 581 4038, hyattrestaurants.com
Located on the golden sands of Palm Jumeirah, Ula serves up breakfast from 10am through the week and 9am on weekends. This pretty spot’s weekend bottomless breakfast is as good as it gets and the perfect spot to catch up with loved ones. For Dhs200 per person, guests can choose from a range of dishes including smoked salmon pita, lobster benedict, and shakshuka, alongside unlimited mimosas and prosecco.
Ula, Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel Palm Jumeirah, Dubai. 10am to 1am Mon to Thurs, 9am to 1am Fri to Sun. Tel:(0)45663041. @uladxb