L’ETO: City’s Best Breakfast

Start the day right at L’ETO, one of Dubai’s chicest restaurants, with a delicious and expansive breakfast spread on offer. Whether its Eggs Benedicts, outrageously delicious pancakes or the freshest acai bowl, L’ETO has got you covered. 

Open from 9 AM every day, L’ETO caters to all food palettes, healthy and indulgent. The English is an elevated version of the classics with a choice of eggs, homemade fava beans, beef bacon, succulent sumac sausages and assortment of veggies.


For those looking for healthier options, Do-It-Yourself Avocado Toast features full avocado in basil olive oil ready to be smashed on the plate by a guest, the Fit & Lean Avocado Quinoa, Poached Eggs Bowl – pure and carb-free dish and the Green Breakfast Halloumi Bowl will keep you healthy stuffed. Yet the absolute healthy stars are The Vegan platter which includes scrambled tofu & sumac & miso baby aubergines, and the Açai Granola Bowl with coconut yoghurt and more.


While those looking to indulge, rich choices like the Lobster Benedict are aplenty. Complete with the perfect kick of sugar, the menu features fluffy Ricotta Pancakes, Strawberry and Banana Pancakes, Caramel Crust French Toast and House-made Crêpes. 


Finally, the regional classic – Traditional Turkish Breakfast, a large tray completed with eggs in garlic and dill yoghurt served with typical spreads and sides is a true highlight of the menu.

Whether it’s the morning after a night-out, catching up with friends first thing in the morning or grabbing a bite after a school run, your favorite neighborhood dining destination, L’ETO has something for everyone. 

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If you’ve used instant oatmeal before, don’t be guilty about it — we all did at some point. It cooks faster and is pretty straight forward to make, although it’s only healthier if you picked an unsweetened option if you still want the nutrients in your body.
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From sweet to savoury oats, here’s a guide for you to ace a good oatmeal dish. You’ll also learn how to prep it in various ways to your liking, whether with milk or water. We have our eye on the savoury oatmeal with eggs and spinach.

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Thriving on Plants
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Healthy Little Vittles
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Vegan Richa
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