Cabin Dubai is a cozy cafe in Dubai tucked away in Barsha 2.
We recently heard about a café in Barsha 2 and immediately made plans to head out there. Although we aren’t very familiar with the area, Google Maps made it quite easy for us to get there.
Don’t be deceived by the dusty parking lot, because behind the wooden door lies a lush green patio. The quaint setting is quite casual with different designs of table and chair settings. Although determined to sit outdoors we also took a quick peek inside and adored the eclectic decor. They also have a small retail corner with art and design notebooks and even a few clothes and candles.
The seasonal menu boasts an all-day breakfast section that we were very eager to try. Our order was their take on the full English breakfast and consisted of fried egg, hash brown, mushroom, tomato, merguez sausage and beans was fairly priced at 55 AED. It was fresh, filling and hit the right spot.
We also tried the poached eggs with hollandaise, spinach, bresaola, avocado and sourdough (45 AED). The hollandaise was light and airy and the avocado was in puree form-making the usual egg dish more interesting.
The coffee is sourced from a local roastery and we quite enjoyed our cappuccino. We also ordered a fresh beetroot, apple and ginger juice.
Oh, and it also opens bright and early at 7:30 am every day including weekends. An added bonus for those who wake up early.