LET'S EAT: THE BRASS

Early last month, I got a chance to dine at The Brass Coffee & Community located at City Walk, Dubai. I fell in love with their interiors. The ambiance makes you wanna stay there for hours hence the cozy chairs and chill-axing areas. I was blown-away because there was a tree planted in the middle of the table just on the right side of the cafe. So "naturesque" (pretty sure that's not a word). There was a barista brewing coffee after the pastry window who happened to be really friendly. Oh, and did I mention that there's a massive MARHABA sign when you look up the ceiling. C'mon guys! So cheeky and classy that even the floors were shaped as brass - Ha! See what they did there?

Let's talk about food. I ordered The Meditteranean Salad and The Brass Croque Monsieur Sandwich. Okay, no bias here but that was the best sandwich I've ever had in my life. The bread was super soft paired with thinly sliced beef, cheese, and pistachio brioche. Words won't be able to describe it so you should definitely try it yourself. Here's the interesting part because I was torn of getting coffee or fresh juice, I ordered both.

Just a little set-back, it took a little while for them to serve the food. It's because they make everything fresh and not frozen. I'm not gonna rate it low just because I'm impatient when it comes to waiting for food, because the quality justified it well.

Where: Citywalk, Dubai

Instagram: @thebrassdubai

I hope you guys enjoy the pictures and at least make you wanna eat there. If you decide on visiting, please bring me with you! Hehe.

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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by The Brass and all opinions are solely my own. Photos taken using Fujifilm x70 and Fujifilm XE1 / 35mm lens.