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Thank you Anna and her beautiful team, I stepped into a family,it felt like as if I have known them all for a very long time although we just met . There you get revitalized, eat good food, facilities are very clean and peaceful... it...More
it is a small place, and adults should pay 10 dirhams to enter, you will get 2 cupons that can used to two drink two coffee cups inside the museum.
no one is there to explain the items and also the items are not organized...More
A place with rich historical significance in Dubai . A true art in coffee brewing.Abdul Hamid is the person you should ask for when visiting this Museum. Abdul is a national competitor in the Cezve Ibrik Championship and will happily share with you his knowledge...More
The Coffee Museum is located in one of the lanes of Bastakiya district in Bur Dubai and is a different sort of place; not every time does one come across a building dedicated to coffee!! The building is small, but worth spending some time.
This is not the best coffee museum I have ever been to, in fact it is very tired. You can get a free coffee there, but we went upstairs and had one of the best cups of coffee I have ever had. The barista was...More
One of the attractions at the Al Bastakiya, the Coffee Museum is not only for the denizens of coffeeholics, but for anyone interested in the history of one of the world’s largest cash crops and best-selling beverages. The coffee museum showcases various implements, artifacts, ceramics...More
The museum is essentially a junk yard of coffee equipment. You may find treasure if you know what you are looking for, but you could end up like me, feeling a bit lost after wandering though rooms of equipment with no explanation about their history...More
I love this little museum and bring all my visitors to see it and enjoy a coffee in the coffee shop upstairs. I consider it one of the best coffee shops in Dubai. So, yesterday, I found to my horror, they have introduced an entrance...More
A lot of the history of coffee making is in here. An amazing collection of grinders and roasters. I loved the timeline showing the history of coffee drinking. I did see, on one of their old signs, a “mugaccino”; please take note all those places...More
We were walking down the alleyways of the old town and came across this museum. There is no fee so you just walk in and wander around. Those who appeared to be working did not care who walked in. A woman was preparing some coffee...More
Its free, make sure to be there in the working hours times, the area somehow crowded. if you are usuing a car you will pay a parkig fee. i recmmend to use a taxi going to that area, as it is crowded with narrow roads