Roberto Cavalli

332. Cavalli Caffè, Dubai

Roberto Cavalli332. Cavalli Caffè, Dubai

Before leaving Dubai I wanted to inaugurate the Cavalli Caffè.

It was in fact a pre-launch because the Cavalli Caffè is not open to the public just yet. However, since I was there for the Vogue Fashion Dubai Experience #VFDE… I had the pleasure of meeting friends and sharing with them the delicious chocolates from the Cavalli Collection!

The decor of the Cavalli Caffè, Dubai is unique but, like the others, it is inspired by my iconic animal prints. It is a place where good food and the finest pastries blend with fashion.

A corner of Tuscany in Dubai. The Cavalli Caffè Dubai is a warm and welcoming place where one can meet friends for breakfast, for a light lunch or for a drink…

If you go to Dubai then do not forget to stop by the Cavalli Caffè and maybe next time we’ll meet right there…

Un bacio…

I LOVE YOU

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Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

Roberto Cavalli Caffè Dubai

2 replies
  1. Maia
    Maia says:

    I am FASCINATED by the DELICIOUS looking and aesthetic food served at the Roberto Cavalli restaurants and caffès (and I am well known -among my friends- for being a cook that LOVES cooking-. You OVERCOME Italian cuisine, though I love it. You are very lucky to be from Florence, where I have eaten the very best “tagliata di manso alla rucola” I have eaten in Italy. And it was at a modest trattoria “nella zona delle Cure”, where I stayed with my son when we went to meet you and your family in 2008. Though, I had eaten at that trattoria on a previous trip to Florence in 2005. CONGRATULAZIONI per questo futuro -ma quasi finito- caffè. Saluti

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  2. Maia
    Maia says:

    If I vindicated the “tagliata di manso alla rucola” eaten at a modest trattoria della zona delle Cure of Florence was because it made my day then to find a restaurant in Italy -and I have eaten at GREAT restaurants in Torino, Bergamo Alta, Milano, Roma and Venezia- where it was easy to eat tasty and yet healthy food. The only flaw I find in Italian food is its overabundance of carbohydrates. I am very aware of the existence of slow burning complex carbohydrates -I have been studying Medicine and Nutrition by myself for the last twenty yesrs- and how pasta al dente is burned slowly (=it releases sugar slowly into our bloodstream, as we all know). Saluti

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