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Flow serves breakfast until 4pm
Updated on 07 June 2017

Your search for a breakfast spot ends here. While most restaurants are shut until sunset during the holy month of Ramadan, Flow at Jumeirah Emirates Towers is open from 7am daily. Referred to as the city’s newest creative hub, Flow will serve its healthy breakfast options until 4pm. We’re talking dishes like spring vegetable egg white omelette, granary French toast with poached pear and egg Arlington, whole wheat blueberry waffle and Middle Eastern favourite shakshouka. The venue’s ‘milk taps’ allow diners to choose from low fat, almond or cow’s milk when they order oats and granola. For those who need their dose of caffeine, expect highest quality beans from around the world courtesy The Espresso Lab. Call 04-3198767.

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