It was around 8 AM, there was no one at the gate and it was open. A stranger told me to just walk in because it was open but I left a dirham with a note, just in case (entry fee).
It was a bit humid, but the air was incredibly fresh. I’m pretty sure I’m not being biased but it phsyically made me feel better. I settled at a bench, read my book and listened to music. Some humans were there doing their morning walks (mostly mothers pushing strollers whilst simultaniously powerwalking). An old couple sat at a bench, with rice & bread for birds/piegons.
A man in a sharp suit walked around, and it seemed pretty obvious that this must be where all these corporate humans around this park come to? A couple of minutes later, I notice he has a plastic bag, and he was going around the park, looking for humans that water this glorious place, giving them juice boxes & sandwiches for breakfast.
It was one of the nicest things I’ve seen in a long time.
Art House Speaks is an event that takes place every month in the coolest cafe in Abu Dhabi, Art House Cafe. I've attended almost all the events, and I'm absolutely thrilled that places like this exist in Abu Dhabi.
Attending an Art House Speaks event, you should expect laughing, tearing, and being overwhelmed by feelings you never knew existed. It's a beautiful community, where humans share their poems, stories, jokes, and music.
These pictures don't do the pieces justice, so consider heading there and checking these gems out.
Ibsais Sweets is a family owned and operated business originally started in the town of Nablus, Palestine.
Ibsais Sweet's quality revolves around the all natural ingredients used in our products, using the traditional Nabulsi cheese, NO artificial colouring, only natural colourings such as the Turmeric and the home made pastries prepared at our facilities the same way they are originally prepared in the home town of Nablus.
an incredible little charming place. we ordered the 'knafeh istanbolyeh' which is made of fresh cream that is topped with noodle pastry and it was divine.
kudos to to the graphic designer(s) responsible for the wallpapers, logo and menus; absolutely brilliant work. the ladies who served us were lovely!
a tiny tip: when you do order, ask them to keep the sugar syrup on the side. that way you can control how much sugar goes in there and it doesn't ruin the texture of the noodle pastry.
LOCATION & CONTACT INFO
Abu Dhabi branch: Al Falah st, opp to Ministry of Finance // 02 4455 091
Khalifa city branch: Etihad plaza st, opp to Raha Gardens gate 14 // 02 555 66 15