Top 5

The Top 5 Bakeries in Dubai


It’s always a special moment when you treat yourself to an authentically prepared pastry or brownie. With Dubai’s vast selection of international eateries you can be sure to find your favorite dessert. From Carrie Bradshaw’s favorite cupcakes to divine Arabic sweets from the Levant, here are the Top 5 bakeries in Dubai.

Bloomingdales, Dubai Mall +971 43505333

Magnolia Bakery

Big Apple treats have arrived in Dubai and they are in the form of Magnolia bakery's divine cupcakes. Yes, this is the same Magnolia cafe that is featured in Sex and the City. Since its opening this past February, Magnolia has been a big hit with the Dubai crowd.

Souk Al Bahar +971 44252240

Baker & Spice

For delicious homemade baked goods made from organic and local ingredients, head to Baker & Spice. This wholesome eatery boasts a range of fresh breads, cakes, cookies and also delicious salads. The venue's Souk Al Bahar location boasts a beautiful view of the Burk Khalifa and the Dubai Fountains.
Karama +971 43961980

Al Reef Lebanese Bakery

Specializing in baked goods and breads from Lebanon, at Al Reef experience some of the region's finest breads and pastries.  Treat yourself to warm manakish a specialty from the Levantine region consisting of baked dough rolled thin and topped with spices, cheese or ground meat. Also from a vast array of delicious Arabic sweets.

Village Mall Jumeirah Beach Road +971 43448204

Sugar Daddy's Bakery

Fadi Jabar prepares American specialty sweets at his boutique bakery on Jumeirah Beach Road.  Trained in New York, Mr. Jabar serves cupcakes, cheesecake, caramel apple pecan cheesecake and many more delicious American-inspired treats.

The Dubai Mall +971 43505440

Hummingbird Bakery

Constituting the brand's first branch outside of London, the Hummingbird Bakery specializes in homemade American desserts. The brand is renowned for its creative cupcakes which come in a range of themes and flavors.
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