Cafe Bateel reopens at The Dubai Mall

Cafe Bateel to relaunch with new look created by Kinnersley Kent Design from the UK

The newly refurbished outlet will be the second Cafe Bateel store to feature the new design concept
The newly refurbished outlet will be the second Cafe Bateel store to feature the new design concept

Bateel will re-open its Café Bateel outlet in The Dubai Mall, following its new design concept.

Following the contemporary interiors set by Bateel’s recently debuted flagship store at The Walk at JBR, The Dubai Mall Café Bateel is the second to launch with the brand's new design.

Set besides the mall's water fountain, the café also features a terrace with views of the Burj Khalifa.

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The new design has been carried out by Kinnersley Kent Design from the UK. The elements have been chosen keeping several design cues in mind that include custom-made Italian furniture, Spanish marble and designer lamps.

Café Bateel’s menu features an offering ranging from light breakfasts to healthy lunches and dinners.

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