Buffet restaurant in the lobby of the Jumeirah Beach Hotel
Saturday brunch (Saturday)
An American inspired Saturday brunch. The menu features smoked sliders, burgers, sweet potato chips, stuffed jalapenos, beef brisket, chicken wings, and more. Dhs275 per person (soft drinks). Dhs350 (house grape and hops). Dhs155 per child (four to 12 years). Free for children under four.
Friday Brunch (Friday)
Latitude presents a three hour gourmet feast and the ideal venue for the ultimate leisurely Friday brunch. Dhs340 (soft drinks), Dhs460 (selected house beverages), Dhs585 (bubbly), Dhs155 (children aged four to 12), under four dine for free.
The venue has three key selling points. The first is the terrace, it’s arguably one of the best brunch terraces in Dubai - raised and overlooking the hotel pools, the Burj Al Arab and the Arabian Gulf. This really has the wow factor, particularly for holidaymakers.
The second and third, can be covered together. The range of food is huge and unlike some other large sprawling brunches, the quality doesn’t suffer as a result of the quantity. Expect everything from curry to sushi and crepes to pasta - this is a proper international buffet, with live carving and cooking stations neatly punctuating the self-serve areas.
As you’d expect the brunch is mostly populated by hotel guests, and while it doesn’t sizzle with some of the mod cons you will find at newer restaurants and brunches, for those who remember the good old days it retains a charm and warmth that makes it well-worth a visit. Latitude
|Location:||Jumeirah Beach Hotel - Umm Suqeim|
|Tel:||04 406 8999|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Outdoor seating, Brunch served, Family friendly, Pork served|
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Mark Smith Feb 17, 2012 07:04 am
Had a friends birthday to attend last week and this place was perfect. The choice of food was amazing.
The best part of the friday brunch was the band, the choice of music was so good and apt for the afternoon. I think they were called "True Colors"
I am planning to be there again just because of the band and the lovely food
archie Jul 31, 2011 11:47 am
Dined here most evenings whilst on holiday, service was fab very good choice of foods for every culture and plenty of it, deserts menu was amazing, i cant complain and will definatly be here again soon.
Louise Dec 10, 2010 07:11 am
We return to this Friday brunch time & time again for a number of reasons - A table outside on the deck with a view of The Burj, excellent waiters (friendly and attentive), great food choice, which isn't bland at all (as one reviewer commented), and for AED340 I think it's good value for 12.30-4pm. The waiters are generous with the jugs of cocktails at last orders :-)
Sanaa Desai Mar 22, 2010 04:27 pm
Went for a birthday brunch and it was the worst meal ever. the only thing we enjoyed was the coke but besides that the food was revolting, bland and disgusting. it was a seafood night consisting of only a few bland prawns and no lobster. what do you pay an extra 100dhs each in seafood? for one prawn each which we did not even eat! please save youre money it is soo not worth it go and eat in macdonalds instead, more value for money and much more cheaper. in addition to this we complained to the manager and they said thankyou for the feedback we will try make the restaurant better, no refund, nothing.
Ola Nov 10, 2009 07:23 am
We had a saturday brunch there and were a bit upset at the beginning as the reservation strangely split 20 guests between 2 separate tables ( the booking had been done well in advance) and the music at that particular place was far too loud; 10 minutes later the issue was resolved and overall we're very happy with the reastaurant. They are running an excellent kids corner as well as a great show presented by the head chef so the cheildren were constantly busy. The selection of food and drinks was great.