La Serre This Restaurant Serves Coca-Cola

Vida Downtown Dubai,
 Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, Dubai

About La Serre

Encased in a beautiful two-storey glass facade, La Serre consists of a traditional Parisian boulangerie on the ground floor and a bistro on the first floor.

The boulangerie opens early morning with freshly-baked breads, viennoiserie and a light breakfast menu. Lunch, salon de the and dinner are all served throughtout the day.

Upstairs, the bistro offers a Mediterranean inspired menu available for lunch and dinner, and a bar serving a broad selection of wines and expertly mixed cocktails. There is also a chef's table, where the sounds, smells and ambience of the kitchen are all involved in the dining experience.

Estimated Price:

(Starter + Main + Drink)

500 AED

Alcohol:

Yes

La Serre Opening Hours

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Awesome food , wish they had a decent bar area tho

Recommended Dishes: #tiramisu

Loved the food. The atmosphere is really nice too. The service was great. One slight negative thing was that some of the plates smelled a little funky (eggs), but they replaced them immediately when we told them. The gnocchi is amazing. So is they shroom risotto. The eggplant bruschetta is just brilliant! Highly recommend the restaurant.

Very elegant place and the food is quality

Great atmosphere and food!

terrible service, awful staff and poor food. Avoid this place

We had a very pleasant family Friday lunch, ambiance is nice, location in downtown Boulevard is easy access although the valet on the way out can take a while. Very La Petite Maison but not quite as perfect :) and the boulangerie downstairs on the ground floor looks lovely

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"Excellent Breakfast"

Althenyon reviewed on Jun 28, 2015

"Best Breakfast + Wonderful Lunch"

Sara_d2112 reviewed on Jun 28, 2015

"Good French food"

afrequenttraveller20 reviewed on Jun 27, 2015

"perfect breakfast"

maxeva06 reviewed on Jun 26, 2015

"Consistently good"

JB1865 reviewed on Jun 24, 2015

Fodi Oct 06, 2014

Their crème brûlées is a must, it wobbles a bit like a jelly in the middle, perfection

Shamsa Jul 30, 2014

Tried the breakfast. Omlette with mushroom & cheese was so good. The waffles was fresh & fluffy. Had the croissant with omlette. Yum yum

Salma May 17, 2014

فوندو الجبن

Håkan Apr 12, 2014

Not a bad place for breakfast or a coffee.. Great "hood"

HaSh Mar 26, 2014

Love the duck platter, service is not great though. I would go again

Georges Mar 19, 2014

We were at the chef’s table, where you can interact directly with the chefs serving the table throughout.The entire evening was an experience we will not soon forget. A great French Bistro in Dubai.

Miss Dior Mar 10, 2014

My new favourite french cuisine spot! Loved the burata and tortilla pasta as well as their calamari starter!

Hani Mar 10, 2014

All the Salads are fresh and delicious.

3anoon Feb 13, 2014

Overrated 3al fa'6y! Their menu system is silly. الناس صاروا وايد يبالغون و ما عندهم ذوق.

Rana Jan 18, 2014

Hip vibe and excellent food! Must order the lentil salad, burrata, aubergine bruschetta and the potato gratin. Super delish!!!

FooDiva

4

Is La Serre the new La Petite Maison?

17 Sep 2013

A striking illuminated glass boîte juts out from the sexy new Vida boutique hotel in Downtown Dubai Once inside, an organised frenzy greets us with chefs at play in the open-plan kitchen, a bar buzzing with punters and a near full restaurant on a Thursday evening Now that’s what I call atmosphere We’re in French-Mediterranean La Serre, Dubai’s latest hot opening and Izu Ani, the opening chef of La Petite Maison’s new baby

I ask for a window table on booking, partly for the sparkly view of Dubai by night but mainly to steer away from the smoke engulfing the bar area And so the hostess guides us to a corner window table à deux Bag that spot especially if you’re on a romantic date

The menu categories are all in French so if you’re not au fait with the lingo you may struggle translating Here’s FooDiva’s guide – pour grignoter (to nibble), pour commencer (to start), brut (cold), chaud (hot), enrichissant (enriching – pasta or risotto in this case), la mer (sea), famille (family – meat) and la terre (earth – veggie sides) Dessert is simply dessert

A tomato rocks up sliced with a drizzle of olive oil as an amuse bouche At LPM (the affectionate name for La Petite Maison) the tomato sits ripe on the table for you to chop and garnish as you wish We opt for an Italian vino from the San Leonardo winery…

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