Restaurant Review – Hamptons Café

What’s the perfect way to begin your weekend? If you ask us, there’s nothing better than savoring breakfast at one of the most well known cafes in Dubai – The Hamptons Cafe.
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Fondly known for presenting some of the most delectable breakfast and bakery items, a meal at The Hamptons will never leave you dissatisfied. If the food isn’t appetizing enough to entice you, then we’re pretty sure the interiors and decor are bound to set the deal. With a theme that revolves around anchors, subtle hues, coastal vibes and seashells; the Hamptons Cafe is sophistication and refinement at its finest.
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During our visit to The Hamptons, which was obviously for breakfast, we were seated at the third floor that was set up to look like a European veranda and overlooked the beautiful Jumeirah road.
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We started off with hot beverages of Cappuccino and Rose Latte that were beautifully presented in individual cane baskets with a macaroon each. The Rose Latte in particular stood out for us, with a delicate essence of rose enhancing the flavor of the coffee but not over powering it. We highly recommend the Rose Latte for those who like their coffee on the milder and sweeter side.
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We then moved on to trying a signature at The Hamptons which is the Raspberry and Rose Croissant. Its definitely worth the hype since the croissant was absolutely buttery and soft and the rose glaze generously lathered on the croissant making it pleasantly sweet. The dried raspberry bits sprinkled on top cut through the sweetness and adds a tart tinge that is just perfect.
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We then ordered a WhereMyFoodAt favorite at any breakfast menu – The Eggs Benedict which is two poached runny eggs served with turkey ham on homemade brioche toast topped with hollandaise. A rich and delightful dish that ticked all the boxes for us. We loved the consistency of the hollandaise and the moist texture of the bread. Perfect!
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Finally, we indulged in a very flavorful dish called “Fiery Eggs and Turkey Chorizo in Arrabbiata Sauce”. We loved how rustic this dish looked, and how perfectly the eggs were baked with a runny yolk. The spicy tomato sauce along with the premium Spanish turkey chorizo went perfectly with the eggs. A great dish if you love spice.
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The Bill:
Rose Latte – Dhs35
Raspberry and Rose Croissant – Dhs20
Eggs Benedict – Dhs59
Fiery Eggs and Turkey Chorizo in Arrabbiata Sauce – Dhs75

Ratings:
Food – 4/5
Service – 3.5/5
Ambience – 4/5
Value – 3/5

Overall:
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