Where We Are Going Today: Jeddah’s Dopamine Cafe

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Updated 24 January 2020

Where We Are Going Today: Jeddah’s Dopamine Cafe

Complementing coffee with books and games, the perfect place to spend hours without being bored is Dopamine Cafe in Jeddah.

What sets this place apart from others in Jeddah is the range of activities that people can enjoy while having a cup or two of coffee.

The walls are lined with books for those seeking a moment of calm or are on their own, while groups of friends are guaranteed hours of entertainment thanks to the collections of games at the tables. Warm lights and soft music enhance the cozy and relaxing concept the cafe is going for.

It serves custom-crafted beverages, baked goods, breakfast options and more. The hazelnut cake is one of the best cakes I have had for a while — a chocolate sponge topped with espresso buttercream frosting and hazelnut chunks.

The cafe is calming and a great way to detox from the loud city and its busy lifestyle. It is located on Prince Sultan Road in Al-Rawdah district.


Saudi’s Asir Municipality enforces safe food packaging in restaurants to curb spread of coronavirus

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Saudi’s Asir Municipality enforces safe food packaging in restaurants to curb spread of coronavirus

  • The step is intended to protect the customers from COVID-19
  • The Municipality has launched special services for the elderly and persons with disability

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s Asir Municipality has ordered restaurants to safely and securely package meals for delivery, state news agency SPA reported.
The step is intended to protect the customers from COVID-19 by delivering safe packages, SPA added.
The Municipality has launched special services for the elderly and persons with disability amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Meanwhile, The Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) has launched electronic services which promote health awareness through interactive communication.
The services include a WhatsApp chatbot called Sarah and an app called Tameni, in cooperation with the National Digital Transformation Unit, which use AI, business intelligence, and an electronic inspection system to help residents and citizens.
There are currently 2463 infections, 488 recoveries and 34 deaths in the Kingdom.