The Coffee Club serves up 24 carat cappuccinos

Based in the Golden Mile Mall, Palm Jumeirah, the cafe offers all-day breakfasts, mains dishes and pastries

Guests at the launch drank 24 carat gold cappuccinos created solely for the launch.
Guests at the launch drank 24 carat gold cappuccinos created solely for the launch.

Australian café chain The Coffee Club has launched its fifth branch in the UAE and third in Dubai.

Based in the Golden Mile Mall, Palm Jumeirah, the café offers all-day breakfasts, mains dishes and pastries.

Guests at the launch drank 24 carat gold cappuccinos created solely for the launch.

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The normal beverage menu features a variety of coffees all made with UTZ certified beans, part of The Coffee Club’s commitment to sustainable farming.

“Community malls such as the Golden Mile are mushrooming around the UAE and these are redefining the shopping and dining scene as they offer residents the luxury of quickly grabbing a meal or an hour of shopping between chores.

"This is one of the primary reasons we chose to open at the Golden Mile.

“The Coffee Club hopes to serve as a meeting place for mothers looking to catch up over coffee and cake in the morning or for friends that meet for a wholesome meal and a chat after work or families looking to enjoy some quality time on the weekends over brunch," said Michael Chick, general manager, Liwa Minor Food and Beverages LLC.

 

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