An Absolutely Beautiful Emirati-Fusion Restaurant Is Open At La Mer And You Need To Try It

There are few places in this city, that serve up honest-to-goodness Emirati food, but there's one place that really, really does - and it's well-loved by Emiratis and residents alike.

SIKKA Café has become a hot favourite at City Walk, and now has opened up in La Mer, with some absolutely spectacular views... and of course, delicious food.

It's beautiful and stylish and you deffo need to check this one out!

The location is the ultimate in Insta-goals

With beach views, sea breezes, and fairy-lights lining the walkways, La Mer is absolutely stunning, and SIKKA Café's terrace offers sweeping views of all of it.

Enjoy the views with delish food, and just chill - enjoying the laid-back vibes of La Mer.

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The fusion-food is DE-LISH

There's something for everyone with SIKKA Café's menu. It's an extensive menu that fuses Emirati cuisine, with Indian and Persian dishes too, and there's plenty of mouthwatering dishes to try.

Because there are so many amazing hot and cold mezze dishes, it's best to opt for the SIKKA Experience which serves 11 signature dishes in sample-sized portions and temptingly combines Emirati, Persian and Indian flavours in one complete meal so you can get a taste for everything at just AED 129 per person.

From hummus to Persian kebabs and butter chicken you're sorted for amazing food.


Sikka Experience

Make sure you leave room for dessert too

With the specialty dessert - baked labneh cheesecake, your mind will be BLOWN. It's creamy, soft but also not too sweet.


There are plenty of awesome desserts, but this one is a stand-out.

And you MUST try the legaimat with the famous karak


Or brekky for a lazy morning in paradise

For an easy morning wake-up, head to SIKKA Café for the SIKKA breakfast - which is an absolute steal.

For AED124 for two people, you will get a choice of laban, fresh juices, local tea or traditional coffee, along with Arabic cheeses, falafel, chebab pancakes with date syrup and fresh veggies PLUS a choice of Baith tamat (slow-cooked eggs with tomato, cumin and herbs), shakshuka or two eggs any style.


If that doesn't tickle your fancy, there's also plenty of other sharing plates to choose from, including foul, paratha, balaleet (sweet noodles with saffron omlette and local honey) and LOADS more.

And you can enjoy shisha out on the terrace

With the gentle tunes of acoustic music, and sea views - with breezes in your hair, you'll feel all kinds of relaxed.

The dream.

Check it out at La Mer now!

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And stay tuned because Lovin Dubai is giving away vouchers for YOU to try it out

So check soon for your chance to WIN.

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Caitlyn Davey

Caitlyn is an Aussie journalist looking to change the world. In her spare time she loves playing sport, travelling and basically doing anything that means she doesn't have to sit still.