Last week, we spent a whimsical afternoon at newly opened Kulture House Dubai. Part café, part art house, part florist and fashion haven, this lifestyle hub is a unique homegrown concept that got us click-happy as soon as we set foot inside.
Taking inspiration from an amalgamation of world cultures including Russia, South America, Morocco, Africa and the Middle East, the interiors here are absolutely magical.
If you love quirky fashion finds, Kulture House Dubai is the place for you. They stock unique pieces by local designers, and I came home with this Arabesque jacket by Ragmatazz.
If you are a collector of art, you will love browsing through the mini gallery featuring Middle Eastern artists managed by Pro Art Gallery.
Homegrown florist takes up a corner and puts together personalized bouquets as per your requirements.
And they also stock an impressive range of home décor, kitchen gadgets, toiletries and more from all over the world.
Dining areas are set up across the area. From cozy corners to a large majlis-style table complete with Bedouin cushions, Kulture House Dubai can cater to both small and large groups.
The menu is simple yet healthful. They have an all-day breakfast section from which we tried a number of items including the Avocado on Toast with Pomegranate Hummus, and a very photogenic Acai Bowl.
My daughter loves fish fingers and enjoyed her plate of salmon fish fingers served on a bed of mashed potato and peas.
I loved the earthy, grainy hummus served at Kulture Klub Dubai. We had the version that is topped with fried cauliflower, and the highlight of this dish was the contrasting sourness of the pomegranate syrup that was drizzled into the middle.
I washed it all down with a beautifully scented Coconut & Lavender Mocktail. My daughter had a Lychee & Rose Mocktail. Both drinks were so dainty and full of aromatic flavor.
Coffee at Kulture House Dubai is sourced from Dubai-based Encounter Coffee, and their range of organic teas are from Avantcha.
Looks like I’ve found my favorite corner in the heart of Jumeriah! Kulture House Dubai has this artsy vibe that is so welcomingly different. It appeals to both the foodie and shopaholic in me, and I am surely coming back very soon.
Kulture House Dubai also hosts a number of workshops, keep tabs on the Kulture House Instagram account for updates. Kulture House Dubai is open on weekdays from 9am until 7pm and weekends from 9am until 9pm.