Named after the hinterlands of Byron Bay, Australia where co-founders Khalid bin Hadher and Pascal Moser met. After Pascal moved to Dubai to work and seek new opportunities alongside two of his childhood friends Boelie and Inti, they started to miss home in this transient but great city. Many nights and countless days have been spent envisioning this culinary home away from home.
The essence of Myocum is fresh food, the feeling of community and a love of coffee. The food joints at Dar Wasl Mall are exceptional, right from Reif Othman’s Japanese Kushiyake to fancy coffee shop Drop and Afhani spot Kishmish, There are a bunch of independent outlets that offer great deals better than malls of Dubai.
Myocum Dubai is an Aussie coffee shop and casual eatery that is worthy of checking out. The team serves good coffee the Australian way, and the menu is filled with interesting breakfast dishes, salad bowls, sandwiches and bigger main courses has influences from all over the world.
Diners can have the Thai benedict at breakfast that is served until 15:00 here. The hollandaise is flavoured with a green curry and the poached eggs are placed on top of a papaya salad, as well as avocado and sourdough. Tempura asparagus and crispy basil are a winner. Other delights are the Bay Beef Burger, with a delicious homemade patty sandwiched between a Portuguese bun packed with fresh salad, pickles, chilli butter, aioli and cheese sauce. The mound of sweet potato fries it comes with is impressive. Everything is made in-house and comes highly recommended.
07:00 – 23:00
Photo courtesy: www.myocumdubai.com
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