Located in an enclosed courtyard with the sound of water splashing from an ornate fountain, the menu here caters to Western expats looking for something familiar. Bistro tables are scattered around the center of the space, and long tables with sofas line the walls—but be sure to check your seat for occasional bird droppings, as this spot is a favorite of the local birds. A small, interior, air-conditioned space is available if the shady trees don't provide enough coolness.
Juices here are delicious and come in a range of uncommon flavors, though they are pricier than the ones from casual juice bars around town. The lunch menu has crisp salads, soups and sandwiches, and jacket potatoes with a range of fillings. As the name suggests, the café also sells the art that decorates the walls and hosts occasional exhibitions.
Bastakia Quarter, Bur Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates