Dubai International is filled with brilliant things to do, from picking up a bargain at Dubai Duty Free to getting a massage at XpresSpa. Worried you won’t have enough time to fit it all in? Fret not, because the DXB&more delivery service gives you access to the best of the airport without having to move an inch. Currently available in Terminal 3, Concourses B and C, with multiple collection points at boarding gates and lounges, you can order whatever you need so you have more time to do whatever you want. To order, look out for the QR codes or visit dxbmore.com. Here, we’ve rounded up some inspiration for your next visit to DXB.
As you might have guessed from the name, Candylicious stocks all kinds of sweets, from push pops and bubble gum to chocolate and lollipops. But if you’ve got a sweet tooth and you don’t care who knows it, you can also use DXB&more to order some brilliant accessories. You can turn your home into a dessert lover’s dream, with Hershey’s blankets, jolly rancher pillows and M&M plates, or show off your adoration for all things sugar out and about with adorable candy print suitcases or ice cream key chains.
Dubai Duty Free
No airport experience is complete without checking out the best that Dubai Duty Free has to offer, and you can now order everything you need for delivery, or to pick up yourself. Want to shut out the world on your plane journey? Then you should order the Sony WH-1000XM4 over-ear wireless noise cancelling headphones, or grab yourself a pair of Bose noise cancelling headphones over-ear wireless. Looking for gifts for your family and friends? The various chocolates on offer here will be much appreciated. Go for a classic with the Ferrero Rocher 48-pack, which comes with the cutest packaging offering up greetings from Dubai, or grab a Lindt Lindor milk tube. Bringing back something for your other half? You can’t go wrong with the Fazer Geisha milk chocolates, which come in a heart-shaped box to show your love.
Hard Rock Cafe
There are Hard Rock Cafes all over the world, and the beloved chain restaurant has plenty of secret (and not-so-secret) fans. If you want to show off your love for the brand, or have a friend or family member with a burgeoning collection, you can grab one of the many different pins at DXB – there’s an airport guitar, or a classic logo DXB pin. It might not make a dent towards gathering all of the 84,000 different pins out there, but they’re still pretty cool.
Need a pick-me-up?
You’ll find the popular British chain Costa Coffee in Terminal 3, but you can order from wherever with DXB&more. Whether you’re an espresso fan or a cold brew enthusiast, you’ll find something to sip on here. Don’t forget to grab a slice of cake to pair with your coffee while you’re here.
Early flight and need your coffee fix now? Then you need to be ordering from FIX, which has cold brew on tap. If you’re a bit of a caffeine connoisseur, you can also grab yourself a Chemex brew or a piccolo. For those of you who are planning on getting in some Zs on your flight, you could enjoy a comforting hot chocolate or a fruit juice.
Jones the Grocer
Prefer your cups of joe to be cold and refreshing? Make sure you swing by Jones the Grocer for an iced coffee. Featuring three shots of espresso made from medium roast beans from Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Brazil, you can grab your pick-me-up with dairy, soya, or almond milk. There are lots of other options, too, like the flat white the Australian chain is known for.
Top grub, plane and simple
Not a fan of airplane food? Not to worry, because O’Briens dishes will keep you going throughout your flight. There’s plenty of pastries and salads, but our pick would be the big club sandwich, which comes with chicken, cheddar cheese, coleslaw, tomato and egg. You certainly won’t feel the need to eat any sky-high snacks after this proper feast.
Another excellent option for those looking to stuff their face before soaring into the sky, S34 has salads, wraps and pitas for you to tuck into. Fans of samosas will be very happy with the options here, as you can choose between angus beef, chicken and date, lamb, and potato and pea.
Starting your day off early? Then you should definitely order from The Hangar, which has an epic fuel-up breakfast. You’ll get to gorge yourself on chicken sausages, beef bacon, baked beans, hash browns, tomatoes, portobello mushrooms, sourdough toast and two eggs, however you like them. If your flight is closer to lunch or dinner time, you should definitely grab the smokey Hangar burger, which has a grass-fed beef patty, smoky beef bacon, cheddar cheese, crispy onion rings and ranch mayo, served with fries. Talk about a whopper of a burger.
Satisfy your sweet tooth
Once you’ve hit up Dubai Duty Free, grabbed a coffee, and feasted on a massive breakfast/lunch/dinner (or all three, if you love getting to the airport super duper early), there’s only one thing left on the agenda: dessert. And fans of the popular chocolate hazelnut spread need to check out the Nutella Café for crêpes, doughnuts, cookies, waffles… you get the picture.
Sweet treats don’t have to be unhealthy, and if you swing by Treehouse Juicery you can pick up croissants, muffins, cookies and pain au chocolats. Pair your treat of choice with the jetlag fighter smoothie, which has espresso, whey protein and chocolate powder, and you’re onto a winning combination.
To order on DXB&more, look out for the QR codes in the airport or visit dxbmore.com