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Die besten Frühstückslokale der Östlichen Provinz

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In der Östlichen Provinz wimmelt es nur so vor Restaurants mit fantastischen Frühstücksoptionen, bei denen einem das Wasser im Mund zusammenläuft. Starten Sie in einem trendigen Hipster-Café oder einem traditionellen arabischen Frühstückslokal in den Tag. Auf den Speisekarten finden Sie alles, von Eiern nach arabischer Art und Gebäckstücken über Pancake Stacks bis hin zu  Schokoladenwaffeln. Ob Frühaufsteher oder Langschläfer, diese Frühstücks- und Brunch-Restaurants lassen kulinarische Träume wahr werden.

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Damascus Garden Pastries

Offering a true taste of Syria, this age-old Levantine bakery in Al Khobar makes the best pastries in the city, hands down. Sample the delicious pies filled with spiced mincemeat, cheese or honey, and we're confident you’ll agree. Once you’ve selected your treat, watch as the thick-moustached bakers knead and roll the dough, stuff it with your ingredients of choice and then bake it to fresh perfection in a brick kiln.

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Damascus Garden Pastries

In dieser levantinischen Bäckerei finden Sie authentische Gerichte Syriens in Khobar und mit Abstand das beste Gebäck der Stadt. Probieren Sie die köstlichen Pies mit Hackfleisch, Käse oder Honig und sehen Sie den schnurrbärtigen Bäkern bei der Arbeit zu. Wenn Sie selbst kreativ werden wollen, können sich sogar Ihre eigenen Zutaten aussuchen und zusehen, wie Ihre Kreation firsch aus dem Ofen kommt.

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Al Quds

If you love your Palestinian food, we can’t recommend this restaurant – named after the Arabic word for Jerusalem – highly enough. Warm and friendly and decorated with images of the old country, this intimate café offers a glimpse of the famed Palestinian hospitality. Popular with the city’s long-established community from the Holy Land, its delicious breakfasts are a classic Middle Eastern mezze of za’atar bread, smooth hummus, crispy falafel, foul and a selection of pickles and salads.

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Looking like the kind of hipster joint you’d expect to find in Downtown Brooklyn or London’s East End, Parker’s made a splash with a clever social media campaign that involved hunting for ‘keys’ placed all over the city, in order to be allowed to dine there. It worked and every hip, young Saudi was keen to get a seat in the eatery, which serves up some of the best western-style breakfasts in town. There’s delicious French toast, pancakes stacked high with berries or lashings of chocolate and syrup, and several creative spins on traditional recipes. Test out the taco omelette or the Benedict croissant, which is essentially the contents of traditional Eggs Benedict, minus the ham, packed into the French pastry.

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Butler’s Chocolate Café

Butler’s is a dangerous place if you’re susceptible to the two Cs: cacao and caffeine. This indulgent spot, which overlooks the busy Prince Mohammed Road in northern Dammam, is for one-off naughty breakfasts dominated by dark and aromatic coffee and accompanied by gourmet chocolate (you get one truffle free with every cup). There is a breakfast menu, too: fresh waffles and crepes laced with luxury chocolate and cream, if you like it sweet, or stuffed with turkey bacon, sausage, mushroom and egg if you prefer savoury. 

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Pattis France

Recline in elegance in a spot reminiscent of a Parisian café, as you indulge in carefully prepared and presented breakfasts washed down with artisan coffee. We’re big fans of the pancake stack, dripping with caramel and topped with fresh dairy ice cream, but if you feel that’s a tad sweet first thing in the morning, Pattis France does excellent Eggs Benedict. Whatever you go for, you’ll want to save some room for a visit to their phenomenal dessert stand.