Good food with views of the 18th
Friday brunch (Friday)
The “Gourmet Friday Brunch” overlooks the Emirates Hills community. Dhs235 (soft drinks), Dhs345 (house beverages), Dhs550 (bubbly), half price (children aged six to 12).
|Location:||The Address, Montgomerie Dubai - Emirates Living|
|Tel:||04 390 5600|
|Travel:||Montgomerie Golf Club|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Afternoon tea, Outdoor seating, Business lunch, Live music, Smoking permitted, Cocktails, Pork served|
Sunday: 01:00 am-01:00 am
Monday: 01:00 am-01:00 am
Tuesday: 01:00 am-01:00 am
Wednesday: 01:00 am-01:00 am
Thursday: 01:00 am-01:00 am
Friday: 12:00 pm-03:30 pm
Friday: 07:00 pm-11:00 pm
Saturday: 12:00 pm-03:30 pm
Saturday: 07:00 pm-11:00 pm
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Yes|
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Tim Oct 19, 2013 03:10 pm
Saturday roast was excellent this week. Our 4th visit and it gets better every time. Succulent red meat, great accompaniments and fine starters. Mini apple crumbles were superb. Excellent service and extras as we asked for them. Great value for a lazy lunch but be prepared for a limited selection done well.
deborah bradley Mar 24, 2011 12:16 pm
WE WERE EXPECTING A LOT MORE FROM THIS RESTAURANT.THE FOOD WAS VERY BORING AND DISPLAYED UNINTICINGLY.THEY WERE STILL LAYING OUT THE SMALL POOR OFFERING 25 MINS AFTER THE BRUNCH HAD STARTED. THE STAFF WERE VERY HELPFUL AND POLITE, BUT SLOW.THE RESTAURANT WAS NEARLY EMPTY DONT KNOW HOW THEY WOULD GET ON IF IT WAS BUSY.
CC Mar 20, 2011 11:53 am
Best Steaks in Dubai! Excellent staff. One of my favourite restaurants!
Thomas Norberg Mar 05, 2010 03:46 pm
Stunning views, very refined. Great brunch.
Mark Feb 27, 2010 03:06 pm
What have they done to Nineteen?
What, not so long ago, used to be one of the best, and smartest, brunches (that includes the Saturday carvery) is now mediocre, at best.
The food choice is uninspiring compared to our previous visits (gone are the great salad and seafood selections, the variety of cheeses and the yummy puddings)
There seems to be no dress code anymore. (thongs, shorts and tattoos are now acceptable).
One of the delights of brunch at Nineteen used to be going back to try the wonderful variety of food - those days have gone as you can now get the whole selection on one, small, plate.
The new Rotisserie (second hand from another Address restaurant, so the staff said) kept falling apart!
We got the impression the management are trying to save money or whoever is now running Nineteen doesn't know what is available eslewhere in Dubai
Great shame but we won't be going back in a hurry