This Magical Cafe Brings The Enchanting City Of Agrabah From ‘Aladdin’ To Life

The menu includes limited edition items like a “Magic Carpet Ride” cocktail and “Friend Like Me” tea.

Aladdin fans can now spend time in the magical city from the movie, thanks to a very innovative cafe.

The new Aladdin re-immersed Disney fans in the fictional city of Agrabah, a city full of magic. Agrabah has been brought to life by The Grounds of Alexandria cafe.

The cafe features a marketplace just like the one that Jasmine and Aladdin visit in the movie, plus a giant magic lamp and hanging lanterns. The menu includes limited edition items like a “Magic Carpet Ride” cocktail and “Friend Like Me” tea.

At the launch of the new look, the cafe even featured a full barn setup with a live camel.

The enchanting installation will remain open until June 16.

There’s just one catch: The Grounds at Alexandria only has one location, and it’s in Australia.

Judging by these photos, though, it’d definitely be worth hitching a magic carpet ride to check it out.

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Aladdin has been brought to life at a very special cafe in Australia, The Grounds of Alexandria.

“In celebration of Disney’s live-action adaptation of Aladdin, The Grounds of Alexandria has transformed into a wonderful world inspired by Agrabah, a fictitious port city of mystique and enchantment where anything is possible, even magic lamps,” the cafe’s website reads.

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The installation features various sections for different fictional places in the movie. There’s a palace area with “majestic archways, surrounded by intricate gold detail, layered embellishments, turquoise accents, and lace lanterns.”

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And there’s a Cave of Wonders, featuring “gold riches and luxury dressings, and, of course, a magical golden lamp.”

Three times a day, the lamp blows purple smoke and something ~magical~ happens.

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Then there’s a courtyard with hanging lanterns, ottomans, and cushions for lounging.

At night, the cafe lights up with Arabian Night Markets as a replica of the marketplace from the movie.

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But the installation contains more than just pretty sights and photo ops. There is also a limited-edition Aladdin-themed menu.

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There’s the “I Wish For More” cake, a pistachio sponge layered with white chocolate and orange blossom mousse and raspberry confit. There’s a golden genie lamp on top.

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Then there’s the Magic Carpet Ride, a magical guava and jasmine butterfly pea cocktail that comes with a potion on the side. When you pour the potion in, the cocktail changes colors.

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There’s also a “Friend Like Me” tea, which comes in a magic lamp. It contains hibiscus, apple, pomegranate, and rosehip, and there’s enough for two people to share.

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The “Jafar Cake” is a jaffa cake-style dessert:

“A mandarin orange with white chocolate & orange mousse, citrus and almond cake, and textures of mandarin.”

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And last but not least, there’s the “Three Wishes” dessert board.

The tasting board features three desserts: “A raspberry rosewater & pistachio slice, a fig & date pudding with pecan brittle and custard ice cream, and our Jafar cake.”

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Convinced?! The Aladdin installation will remain at The Grounds at Alexandria until June 16.

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It’s open from 7 a.m. daily. The laneways are open for wandering until 9 p.m. each night

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If you’re not lucky enough to live in Australia, you may just have to settle for another rewatch of the movie. Or, you could try to make some Aladdin-themed desserts and cocktails at home!

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Aladdin debuted in theaters in the US on May 24.