5 Sustainable Cafes In Dubai You Need To Visit

sustainable cafes in dubai
by Ishita Agarwal
by Ishita Agarwal 222

Whether you’re picking a restaurant, ordering a burger, or planning a weekend getaway, consider the environmental impact of your choice and show your support for these Dubai companies who are going above and beyond to make the Emirate more environmentally friendly. In addition to using fresh, locally sourced ingredients, it is also important to recycle food waste and other items sustainably. So, here are our top 5 picks of Sustainable Cafes in Dubai that you need to visit right now! 

1. Bounty Beets 

Organic, gluten-free, and vegan alternatives are available at Bounty Beets, which may be enjoyed during breakfast, lunch, or supper. Healthy eating, being green, and fostering a great community are all goals of this ultra-chic diner, which has pink colours and plant accents. 

Where To Find: Le Meridien Mina Seyahi / Le Meridien Conference Hotel & Conference Centre

 

 

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2. Cassette

Cassette takes a unique eating approach by conserving energy, reducing trash, and repurposing materials wherever possible. It all starts with the décor, which is welcoming and produced with sustainable materials wherever feasible. Then it moves on to the food, prepared using 80 per cent Bagasse containers and straws and cups made from cassava, which are completely biodegradable. When it comes to the best ingredients, Cassette turns to small, family-run businesses in the area like New Leaf Herbs and Urban Fresh Local Produce. All the amazing steps towards environment makes this one of the best Sustainable Cafes In Dubai. 

Where to Find: The Courtyard – 4th St – Al Quoz

 

 

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3. Hapi 

Food packaging at Hapi is created from cornstarch cutlery and recycled paper cups and tubs for cold foods. Biodegradable and compostable packaging is also used by Hapi, thanks to Vegware, a UK-based ecologically friendly firm.

To reduce food waste, the café has created a Zero Waste Menu, in which all meals are made from food scraps making it one of the best Sustainable Cafes In Dubai. Deena Organic Dairy and Dibba Bay Oysters are only two of the local businesses that provide the café with its ingredients.

Where To Find: Al Khazzan Park – Al Safa St – Al Satwa

 

 

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4. Nikki Beach 

For the Nikki Beach global project, this premium seaside attraction has replaced the 750,000 plastic straws it uses every year with cornstarch and biodegradable polylactic acid. The Beach Club, Café Nikki, Key West, Soul Lounge, and the pool and beach areas are just a few of the establishments where the programme has been implemented. 

Where To Find: Nikki Beach Resort & Spa Dubai, Pearl Jumeirah, Dubai 

 

 

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5. Pierchic

Pierchic is not just one of Dubai’s most visually appealing restaurants. Still, it also adheres to a strict sustainable sourcing policy, relying only on local fishers who specialise in wild line-caught seafood. Even in the United Arab Emirates, the restaurant is a pioneer making it one of the best Sustainable Cafes In Dubai. For the last year, they have prohibited using straws, swizzle sticks, cocktail sticks, and stirrers at their establishments. 

Where To Find: Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai

 

 

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