Heaf brings Emirati coffee culture to Marsa Al Arab

Heaf brings Emirati coffee culture to Marsa Al Arab

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This will be the cafe's second outpost in Dubai.

Coffee culture in the UAE is a way of life. From bustling cafes to quaint corners, the love for coffee across the emirates knows no bounds and soon a new addition to the coffee scene is making its way to Dubai. Get ready to welcome Heaf.

Nestled within the upcoming Jumeirah Marsa Al Arab development, Heaf draws inspiration from Emirati traditions. In Arabic hospitality, the host tests the coffee brew before serving it to guests. This ritual is known as heaf, which is where this cafe gets its name from.

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Heaf offers a one-of-a-kind experience and invites you to picture yourself in a tent. Wooden tables, stone-like chairs, lots of natural elements and a palette of warm neutrals will make you want to unwind in this cosy, clutter-free environment.

Heaf follows the concept of less is more. Not only is this evident in their design, but also the menu. It boasts a wide selection of coffees and iced beverages, alongside breakfast staples like Eggs Benedict and Creamy Scrambled Eggs. For those on the go, expect an array of grab-and-go items.

Heaf is no stranger to the city's coffee connoisseurs. With its current outpost in Muhaisnah, Heaf has already carved out a cosy niche, so expect the Marsa Al Arab venue to exude the same simplicity and elegance.

While the exact opening date remains a mystery, the venue joins a lineup of other eateries set to open at Marsa Al Arab Hotel, including CutFish, Meat The Fish and Salt.

GO: Visit www.theheaf.com for more information.