The first thing we noticed were the clever light fixtures hanging from an exposed ceiling. Light reflected throughout the restaurant from upside-down sieves and pots. The open but cozy atmosphere instantly invited us inside, and we settled in for lunch on their couches.
In the unfamiliar pedestrian streets of the new and uber-sustainable neighborhood of Masdar, Jim’s Kitchen Table offers everything you'd expect from the name: the simple comfort of sitting at a kitchen table at home. Breakfast is served all day—though a full menu is available, including vegetarian and other dietary options that are not always common in Abu Dhabi.
I ordered a vanilla latte and the French toast stack, which was clearly made from bread baked freshly on site. With a bit of fruit and some syrup, dips, and spreads, my breakfast was complete!