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Celebrate Ramadan with a Scandinavian twist

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Renowned across the city for its golden Danish pastries, rustic bread, delicious wholesome cakes, and fermented sourdough loaves, the Scandinavian concept bakery Bageri Form is unique anywhere else across the UAE.

A firm believer in authentic and simple artisan baking, and boasting a philosophy inspired by the culinary traditions of Scandinavia, it has already gained a vast legion of fans since opening in Dubai earlier this year. Passionate about the art and craft of baking and using traditional techniques, Bageri Form has now further elevated its collection of freshly baked treats exclusively for the month of Ramadan.

Until the end of the special period, guests at the cosy café in Dubai Design District are invited to try four limited-edition desserts that fuse together the most incredible flavours of the Middle East and Scandinavia. Available in the café and also for home delivery, families and friends are encouraged add further joy to their Ramadan celebrations by sampling the homegrown brand’s irresistible sticky date cake with creamy ice cream, rich halawa cheesecake, dark and decadent chocolate fudge cake and fresh berry cheesecake. Those catering to large groups can also order whole cakes to take away, while prices for the single slices start from AED 40.

These four sumptuous new additions join the welcoming cafes already extensive array of amazing freshly baked options. This includes heartwarming breads such as rye and wholewheat, sesame bagels, dreamy Swedish buns flavoured with cardamom, saffron and cinnamon, perfectly baked croissant varieties such as almond and toffee cruffin, and indulgent desserts like Swedish selma.

Bageri Form in Dubai Design District is open Monday to Thursday from 7.30am to 8pm, Friday from 7.30am to 10pm and Saturday to Sunday from 8.30am to 10pm. Delivery is available daily throughout Ramadan from 10am to 1am via Deliveroo with no minimum charge, or directly with the café with a minimum spend of AED 150.


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