There is nothing as refreshing as catching up with a friend over a delicious meal. City Walk is one of my favorite foodie destinations in Dubai as it offers good food and coffee. So I planned my lunch catchup at Cafe Bazza and it was our first time at the venue.
Cafe Bazza is a traditional Kuwaiti restaurant with a contemporary twist. First opened in Kuwait in 2011, it now has an outlet in City Walk Dubai.
This is their story according to their website:
It has the midpoint of past and present concept that came after the ever-changing restaurant fads happening in Kuwait. There has to be a place with affable service that welcomes everyone from young to old and Cafe Bazza is a place for everyone to spend quality time.
The Kuwaiti-inspired interiors of Cafe Bazza is lovely. We were seated at the window table where we could watch the beautiful streets of City Walk. It was raining or else we would have dined in their al fresco area.
Their menu features breakfast, lunch/dinner and offers a range of salads, sides, starters, crispy bites, wraps, grills, mains and desserts. There is also a small selection of international dishes along with hot and cold beverages. The vegetarian options are limited but nevertheless the choices were good.
We started off with a refreshing glass of Mint Lemonade. As our starter we had the Crispy Combo that consisted of Sambosa, Kibbeh, Pakora and Fried potatoes. It was delicious comfort food which was perfect for a rainy day.
Our absolute favorite was the Mini Club and it had two mini pita bread stuffed with fried eggplant marinated in Italian dressing, lettuce, tomato and mozzarella cheese. A must-try.
The crispy and tasty Falafel was served with a creamy tahina dip. For our salad we ordered the Greek Salad and it was pretty basic.
We also had a Combo of Mezze that consisted of Hummus, Mutabal, Foul and Stuffed grape leaves. It was served with freshly baked Bread. We enjoyed the mezze as everything was well-made and packed a flavorful punch.
To indulge in our sweet cravings, we ordered their popular dessert Kunafa. The Kunafa was rich and oh-so-yummy. Ended our lunch with a small pot of Black Tea.
We enjoyed our lunch at Cafe Bazza. The food, the drinks, the service and atmosphere was good.