This museum has high historical value in Dubai. The coffee brewing process is a real art. Abdul Hamid (Abdul Hamid) is the person you should ask him when visiting this museum. Abdul is a national player in the Cezve Ibrik Championship. He is happy to share his knowledge and expertise with you on all coffee related matters. Overall it was a good experience.
Dubai must visit the coffee museum, the UAE literary landmark! The vintage style is full in Dubai old town, all the streets, anytime and anywhere have small luck and big surprises. Like the occasional coffee museum, it is hidden in the historical district of Afadi at the corner, quaint and low-key, full of literature and art. About the environment: The original Arab traditional villa, two stories high, has a central courtyard and six or seven small rooms on the first floor, and a cafe and art gallery on the second floor. It is full of color tapestries and retro wall paintings, full of exotic flavours. It is also the first coffee museum in the UAE and the Middle East. On coffee: here, you can uncover the mystery of the evolution of coffee from ancient times to the present, and experience the whole process of baking, grinding and brewing, from selection to cooking, it is dazzling; Of course, you can touch and smell the best coffee beans from all over the world. There is also an open-air restaurant upstairs, with music playing and a great atmosphere. The ticket just contains hand-made coffee + honey pods. You can enjoy an afternoon by looking for a good location anywhere. About the address: Ali Bin Abi Taleb St,Al Fahidi,Dubai. Open hours: 10 am to 5 pm, fast month is not open during the day. If you are sure to arrive, remember to confirm whether it is open in advance.