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5 places in Dubai that nail latte art
Updated on 15 May 2017

If you’re not one for coffee-on-the-go…high five. There’s no better way to get your caffeine kick than sitting at a cafe, sipping a cup that’s been beautifully decorated with latte art. The art’s not an easy one to master, so show some love to these guys who’ve got it spot on.

Bring out the cameras when you're at:

1. Molecule DXB, Dubai Design District

 

2. Tub of Butter, Sheikh Zayed Road

 

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3. Baker & Spice, Jumeirah

 

4. Friends’ Avenue Café, Jumeirah Lakes Towers

 

5. Cremolata, The Souq at Fishing Harbour 

 

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