On the list of favourites are Rocky Milk- a sweet milky bun, Coffee-o – a flaky bun encrusted with a coffee roof, a curry chicken naan that definitely caters to Dubai’s cosmopolitan culture, a pizza bun and a hot tuna turner. These are just a few of the selections on offer. For the more health-inclined BreadTalk also boasts a fantastic rye and multigrain bread and a sure favourite is the Californian raisin bread, which has just the right amount of sweetness and flakiness to make it simply perfect. The best part is that the bread is always fresh, “We never use or sell bread from the night before - this is vital, after all nobody likes stale bread”, Osama Salhin says.
Aimed at families, the BreadTalk branches in Dubai are ‘restaurantlike’ which is specially devised to cater to Dubai’s lifestyle where people just do not grab and go, but instead prefer to laze and munch at the same time.
Having won awards in the Far East, BreadTalk is set to wow their Middle East customers with affordable prices, fabulous service and naturally delicious treats.