Time Out Says
The jumbled decor of this villa café is utterly charming. Creamy cakes are piled up seemingly at random, pop art hangs from the wall, lanterns swing from the ceiling and books line the walls. We recommend taking the time to search out the local dishes on the menu, all of which are made with love and care. Some of the most delicious options include ‘Auntie Jamila’s’ rice chicken fatteh, the ‘Sultan’ burgers, and the meaty quesadilla-esque grilled arayes. We like the personal touch given to the menu, such as ‘my mum’s cake – please see what she baked today’, and the range of yummy desserts. Café Arabia can do no wrong. It caters for all whims and fancies, and its family recipes and welcoming staff complete a wonderful experience.
By Time Out Abu Dhabi staff | 17 Aug 2016
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