Articles related to "Jumeirah / Al Quoz"...

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Wild & The Moon

Using plant-based, local, seasonal and ethically sourced ingredients, this is a no additive, no GMO, no gluten, dairy or refined sugar, no messin’ joint; with two recently opened branches in Paris and more set to roll-out...
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Flamingo Room by Tasha's

Situated next to Jumeriah Al Naseem's Turtle Lagoon, this salmon pink paradise is one of the city's most beautifully designed restaurants...
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Salt

One of Dubai's first popup food concepts, with somewhat of a cult status, Salt serves up some of the best damn burgers in the city...
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The Doll House

Brainchild of Mona Kattan, sister of world-renowned make-up artist and beauty blogger, Huda Kattan, The Doll House salon offers just about every beauty treatment imaginable.
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Life ‘n’ One

A life centre and café tucked behind the old Magrudy bookshop. With a focus on balancing body, mind and soul, this urban retreat is a haven that allows you to relax and reflect;
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SoH

Nestled in the Galleria Mall, SoH 'concept' salon is much more than just a place to get a mani-pedi. Decorated in pop art by local artist Melanie Pickup (which can also be bought),
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Snob Salon

Bloggers have been raving about Snob Salon on social media for a reason. While the vintage décor (pretty mint floral wallpaper lines the walls) is Instagram-worthy ..
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Comptoir 102

Acquainting Jumeirah with Parisian bohemian chic, this peaceful environment and 'Yummy Mummy' hangout focuses on interior design, fashion accessories and food...
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The Odd Piece

Eclectic home owners need know about The Odd Piece at Al Wasl square. Housing a combination of original, mid-century modern furniture designed by founder, Arwa Hafiz and vintage-then-updated finds...
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Folly by Nick & Scott

Tucked among the heaving stalls of Souk Madinat is a magical location, a restaurant that has most angles covered; spot an area you like and inevitably stumble across another.
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Nusr-Et

Some of the best steak you'll taste, with some of the worst service. This renowned restaurant, bar and grill concept is a result of the charismatic Nusret Gökçe (a.k.a. Salt Bae), a butcher and meat specialist by trade...
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Toro & Ko

This upmarket tapas restaurant serves an outstanding menu of hot and cold dishes created by Ken Oringer and Jamie Bissonnette, bringing a taste of Barcelona to City Walk...
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Calicut Paragon

Is it Calicut Paragon, or just simply the later, we're really not sure… Either way this staple South Indian restaurant produces good, inexpensive food and is held dear by many.
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Pierchic

Walk down the promenade and enjoy exceptional views of Dubai's most iconic building, Burj Al Arab and the surrounding Gulf...
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Pai Thai

Pull up to the enchanting entrance of golden horses and giant palatial fountains. Make your way through the hotel and down to the restaurant via boat, buggy or foot...
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Kaftan

This unassuming Turkish restaurant neighbours the bombastic Burj Al Arab (the sail watches over you while you dine on a juxtaposed terrace, decorated in white-washed furniture and trees adorned with colourful lanterns)…
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Yamanote Atelier

Dubai's first Japanese bakery, perfect for a tea/coffee catch-up over outstanding pastries...
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Boston Lane

Housed within The Collective by Ripe, this busy café hosts Mum’s and Dad’s with their mini-mes, Arab hipsters and studious entrepreneurs, all heading for a cup of coffee and a signature 'Toasty' (aged cheddar and garlic, cheese and Marmite and Bolognaise are the options available).
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The Brass

This beautifully designed cafe is a relaxed spot where you can pull up a pew and indulge in a choice brew...
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Demoiselle by Galvin

The words chocolate-box spring to mind when you enter this pretty café/bistro; a mix of Wes Anderson allure, French culinary flare and old British empire...
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Home Bakery

This Dubai born and raised café serves undoubtedly some of the best cronuts and cookies in town...
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Tasha's

This café hailing from South Africa has an energetic and warm atmosphere, with an extensive international menu...
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Dhow & Anchor

A relaxed spot for lunch or dinner with a large terrace, this modern gastropub serves up British comfort food that will put a smile on your face and an extra notch on your belt...
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Slider Station

Base beats, tall warehouse-style ceilings, exposed black piping, dim lighting and copper grating, all compliment the atmosphere of the region's first fresh, conveyer belt burger bar...
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La Mer

La Mer is a beachside destination full of family fun, allowing visitors to Dine, Shop and Do...
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Madinat Jumeirah Talise Spa

Jumeirah Hotels' Talise spa, hidden beside Al Qasr hotel, houses gym, yoga, swimming pool, hot and cool plunge pool, sauna, steam and relaxation facilities with mixed and separate male and female areas.
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Kite Beach

This white sandy beach with shower facilities, volleyball nets, shelter spots, canoe and kite surfing rentals,
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Hapi

A three-in-one warehouse in the city’s urban art district, catering to health and yep…happiness; alongside an impressive parkour space with a treatment room and upstairs Urban Yoga studio, Hapi is the brainchild of local TV Chef Paul Frangie (who you’ll catch rustling up dishes in the open kitchen)
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Round 10 Boxing

Round 10 Boxing picks up the traditional boxing gym feel and we love this. If you want to embrace your inner Ali, then this is your spot, situated in Al Quoz
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Team Nogueira Dubai

Team Nogueira was setup in 2009 by the famous UFC Champion brothers Rodrigo and Rogerio Noguiera.
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Urban Yoga

Anatomy-focused yoga instruction, placing the emphasis on your body and how to move it in ways that will benefit you both physically and mentally.
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The Warehouse Gym

This raw and dark, graffitied space in Al Quoz is a gym head's sweet shop.
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Inked

Creating conceptual dinners, cooking workshops, brand activations, guest-chef pop-ups and private events, in a large open warehouse.
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Alserkal Avenue

Meander around Al Quoz district's Alserkal Avenue, the city's industrial art hub...
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Ayyam Gallery

Hailing from Damascus, Syria and now present in Beirut, Dubai, London and Jeddah, Ayyam Gallery has had a prolific impact on the Middle East's art scene.