Yes! It is one of the 97 restaurants/cafes in Souq Waqif. As You must have realized, I love spending most of my winters in the Souq. The weather has been great for sitting outside basking in the sun. The cafe only has outdoor sitting. They are open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. With opening timings from 8 am to 12 am, closing for afternoon prayers on Fridays. They serve a whole Arabic breakfast and international favorites such as pasta, pizza, shawarma, and burgers for lunch and dinner. The staff is efficient and prompt.
I was there after clocking in 9kms of walking! We were hungry so decided to go for a whole Arabic Breakfast Platter. Foul, cheese, olives, salad, omelette, Hummus, Shakshuka, Labneh, Grilled Halloumi, Falafel, and Mutabal. It is something we would call a Bahubali Thali in India. We were 3 and we were not able to finish it all . I got greedy and took some of it home, especially the Zatar.
But I must say ….. The Falafel at Tikka and Kabab Ameen Restaurant is much better. Oh before I forget they do Shisha at amazing prices.