Time Out Dubai gives you ideas for a new brunch in Dubai to try each week so you'll never get bored of dining out in the city.
Every week we recommend a top brunch to try around town. They might have added something fresh to the menu, be a new addition altogether or be perfect for the season. With something interesting to try every seven days, Time Out will help you tour the city by brunch in no time.
Every Saturday you can chow down on a Chinese brunch at Sofitel The Palm. There will be steamed, slow-poached and fried dim sum, as well
as classic dishes including Peking duck rolls and barbecued chicken. Teas to match the dishes, beach and pool access is included.
Dhs350 (teas, soft drinks and selected beverages). Sat noon-3.30pm.
Regular club night Night Vibes launches The Little Tea Party brunch. This new Friday event takes place in a fanciful space with décor inspired by Alice in Wonderland, featuring giant teacups, playing cards and mushrooms. The soundtrack is house music by Night Vibes.
Dhs175 per person (soft drinks). Dhs250 per person (five beverages). Fri 1pm-5pm.
Starting on Friday October 2, this French restaurant introduces ‘Brunch 105’. The event offers French specialities from the menu, as well as music from DJs and entertainment from live performers. Options include Viennoiseries, waffles, crêpes, eggs, croque-monsieur burrata, and asparagus risotto, as well as items from the seafood counter and oyster bar.
Dhs300 per person (one welcome drink). Fri 11am-4pm.
This luxurious Argentinian steakhouse is located in the salubrious DIFC neighbourhood. Keeping that in mind, its Friday brunch represents excellent value for money. For under Dhs400, you’ll get superior quality Argentinian beef, plus seafood and vegetarian options, brought straight to your table, with the continent’s finest grape to complement it.
Dhs320 (soft drinks). Dhs395 (house beverages). Dhs495 (bubbly). Fri noon-4pm.
Dubbed the ‘Toy brunch’, this event at the original home of Asian fusion is the party brunch to end all party brunches. Enjoy unlimited signature dishes from the menu, while the restaurant is abuzz with spider woman doing yoga moves on a podium, a mime and more.
Dhs450 (mixed drinks), Dhs550 (bubbly). 12.30pm-3.30pm.
Mark Halloween with an especially spooky edition of brunch next week. Al Bahou will be decked out with skeletons and spiders, and fancy dress is actively encouraged. Adults can enjoy Halloween-themed mixed drinks while the kids are kept busy with face painting, Halloween cookie decoration and themed movies.
Dhs295 (soft drinks). Dhs395 (house beverages). Dhs495 (sparkling grape). Friday October 30, 12.30pm-4pm.