Where Do Middle Eastern Insta-Girls Dine in Dubai?

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We love a good #OOTD post as much as the next girl, but what really makes our hearts skip a beat is a mouthwatering food-of-the-day post. Thankfully, Dubai’s most prominent fashion personalities have shared some delicious shots of where they’ve been dining lately, and we’ve taken note. Read on as Savoir Flair uncovers where some of our favorite Insta-girls go to refuel in style.

Fümé

Dana Hourani and Hannah Rasekh are fans of these jars packed full of heavenly goodness – also known as the ‘Monster Shakes’ at Fümé. Indulge in one of these thick milkshake desserts topped with mixed berries, ice cream, a slice of cheesecake, a brownie, or even cereal during a warm Dubai day. You won’t be sorry.

Average price for two: AED 110/SAR 112
Manzil Downtown Dubai
(+971) 4 456 8784
www.fume-eatery.com

Dessert to share? Nope! @fumedubai

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Brasserie Quartier

Brasserie Quartier in The St. Regis Dubai is perfect for a lavish Friday brunch or dessert rendezvous thanks to its tempting French flavors that include gourmet canapés, seafood, cheese, foie gras, and a selection of freshly baked pastries. Just ask Dubai-based food blogger Karen McLean.

Average price for two: AED 650/SAR 664
The St. Regis Dubai
(+971) 4 455 1614
www.bqdubai.com

Pinkberry

Where does blogger and mom Karen Wazen get her fro-yo fix in Dubai? Pinkberry. With tarty flavors such as strawberry, pomegranate, and passion fruit, the frozen yogurt here makes for a refreshing on-the-go snack.

Average price for two: AED 76/SAR 78
Multiple locations across Dubai
www.pinkberry.com

Sisters in our @andreawazen s ❤️❤️ #summertreats

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La Serre

This two-story bistro and boulangerie combines Parisian sophistication with Dubai’s modernity for a one-of-a-kind dining experience. With an imaginative menu that features fusion dishes alongside classic French delights like whole-roasted chicken with foie gras and truffle sauce, it’s no wonder that Natalya KanjOla Farahat, and Mahmoud Sidani are fans of La Serre.

Average price for two: AED 500/SAR 508
Vida Downtown Dubai
(+971) 4 428 6969
www.laserre.ae

Fave lunch spot obviously at @laserredubai ✔️🍴That burrata though..

A photo posted by Natalya Kanj (@natalyakanj) on

and I never started nothing, I just finish thangs. #noshopping

A photo posted by Mahmoud Sidani (@mrmoudz) on

The Hide Dubai

Inspired by the modern “meateries” of New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles, The Hide is a hipster’s dream dining spot. Oversized portions are the norm for dishes such as ‘The Hide Manwich’, whereas the ‘B&B Lobster Roll’ is the polar opposite – sweet, petite, and perfect.

Average price for two: AED 250/SAR 255
Jumeirah Al Qasr
(+971) 4 432 3232
www.jumeirah.com/thehide

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