The secret spot the fash pack want to keep on the Lowe

Introducing the creative community's new cult cafe. Just don't tell anyone, OK?
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The secret spot the fash pack want to keep on the Lowe

Not content with the recent launch of its Wellness membership, freelance workspace and creative community Nasab Dubai is making sure we never leave thanks to a thoughtfully curated new menu at in-house It-eatery Lowe. 

Warm wood interiors immediately create a sense of calm while a charcoal grill, rotisserie and wood-fired oven crackle at the beating heart of an open kitchen. Instagrammable and inventive breakfast options on the Good-Morning menu include: smashed avocado on toast with yuzukosho, grilled prawns and togaroshi; house-made merguez sausage with fried egg muffin, rocket and kimchi hot sauce; and Grazia's personal favourite, ful medames and molten cheddar toastie and ash gherkin - basically posh beans and cheese on toast - all from the culinary minds of Head Chef Jesse Blake and Food & Beverage Director Kate Christou spotlighting homegrown ingredients and sustainable produce.

  

Fired Omani prawns with Café de Paris crème fraiche and lemon

Meanwhile all-day dining options feature locally sourced ingredients such as fired Omani prawns with Café de Paris crème fraiche and lemon; local clams with saffron, chickpeas, parsley and merguez sausage; and grilled market fish, fermented anchovy, pomelo and grilled scallion.

 Leave room for the best dessert in Dubai - yep, we're calling it - namely pressed confit apple, barrel-aged pineapple, coconut, and brown butter which (and we hope the team at Lowe will forgive us for this description) is a deconstructed apple crumble which looks like it belongs in the Louvre Abu Dhabi and tastes like it belongs in a Michelin-starred restaurant.

And anywhere with a huge framed photo of Tupac on the wall is fine by us. 

Photos: Supplied