Did you know there’s a café society in the capital?

These distinct themed dining areas and cafes at The Galleria Al Maryah Island are getting people talking

The Galleria Al Maryah Island

The distinctive The Galleria Al Maryah Island has quickly become the centre for café society.

All the international café chains are there – think Caffé Nero, Starbucks – there are five of the latter including the high-end Starbuck’s Reserve, not to mention a ‘hidden gem’ inside Debenham’s, located on Level 1.

There’s also Paul Café, La Brioche, the Instagrammable favourite, Forever Rose, Bouchen Bakery and more, with even more on the way, reflecting Abu Dhabi and the region’s strong café culture.

Building on this are the first-to-the-region dining concept, ‘Central Kitchens’. Combining three distinct dining districts, with a library, the ‘Central Kitchens’ celebrate food as an important part of local culture that brings people together, creating an atmosphere where friends and family actually want to gather to make lasting memories.

The concept, designed by architect and theatre designer David Rockwell, offer a variety of design environments, seating styles and types of food that provide a vibrant space for everyone.

Download the Dining Guide from thegalleria.ae

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