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Time Out Says
There’s often a wait for seats at this tiny little café which is decorated in an eclectic variety of egg-themed, humorous signs, actual eggs painted with funny faces and hipster touches like black and white photos of Mumbai and vintage tea tins. As you’d guess, it serves eggs done every which way and flavoured with all sorts of Indian spices and ingredients from garlic, ginger, masala and chili to coconut. There are plenty of curries like paneer tikka masala and Patiala chicken on the menu, too – usually with eggs thrown in – but it’s the breakfast dishes that you really want to visit for. It’s cheap as chips so you can order several different dishes to try and the bill still won’t set you back more than Dhs100 (with multiple rounds of some of the best strong, sweet masala chai we’ve had, too). Everything on the menu is worth trying, though the scrambled egg dishes and egg sandwiches served on extra soft bread buns are particularly standout. Order them with a few flaky, butter parathas on the side and you’re in for a real treat.
By Time Out Dubai Staff | 02 May 2017
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