Rixos Premium Dubai opens emirate’s first in-hotel Godiva Café

The café offers a view of the Dubai Eye

 Dubai’s first in-hotel Godiva Café offers guests a view of the Dubai Eye
Dubai’s first in-hotel Godiva Café offers guests a view of the Dubai Eye

Rixos Premium Dubai  has collaborated with Belgian chocolate brand Godiva to launch the emirate's first in-hotel Godiva cafe.

Featuring a design overlooking the Dubai Eye, the café features an array of innovative new menu items with cocoa based menu including crepes filled with signature Godiva chocolate and afternoon tea.

Tying back to the hotel's Turkish roots, the menu rounds up the experience with Turkish coffee, creating a union between the two brands. 

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Catering to those on the savory side, the café offers dishes from egg benedict for breakfast to traditional Turkish soup for lunch.

The café also features beverages such as the ‘Chilled Chocolixer’, Godiva’s premium Belgian chocolate beverage with choices of white, white raspberry, milk and dark chocolate.

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