South Africa's Walnut Grove arrives in Dubai

Walnut Grove's menu includes its signature 'cannonut' - a cannoli and doughnut hybrid

Known for its rustic recipes, Walnut Grove launched in 1975 in South Africa.
Known for its rustic recipes, Walnut Grove launched in 1975 in South Africa.

A month after HotelierMiddleEast.com first reported that Walnut Grove was coming to Dubai, the South African concept has opened in the city, located within City Walk on Al Safa Street.

Known for being a family-oriented restaurant, Walnut Grove's menu includes its 'cannonut' - a cannoli and doughnut hybrid - and its signature rainbow cake, as well as sweet and savoury sharing platters, burgers, pastas and salads.

Among its beverage offering is Walnut Grove's own in-house coffee blend, served from a vintage copper coffee machine.

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Design-wise, there is a tree structure at the core of the restaurant, signifying the importance of family roots, the restaurant said in a statement.

Children are catered to with a kid’s menu and entertainment, including interactive baking sessions and an open bakery experience, where children can watch the bakers at work.

 

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