Friday brunch (Friday)
An indulgent brunch with plenty of meat and seafood options. Dhs325 (soft drinks), Dhs450 (house beverages), Dhs696 (bubbly).
|Location:||The Palace Downtown Dubai - Downtown Dubai|
|Tel:||04 428 7888|
|Travel:||Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard|
|Cuisine:||Arabic, Middle Eastern|
|Experiences:||Alcohol available, Private dining area, Shisha, Outdoor seating, Smoking permitted|
|Times:||Open daily 7pm-11.30pm|
|Credit Cards Accepted:||Yes|
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tarek Jan 15, 2014 10:31 pm
very very very bad
250aed for cold food
i will never come back there
mc donalds is better
S. K. Oct 28, 2013 12:22 pm
excellent quality of food for a buffet!
Ren Dsouza Jan 23, 2013 08:51 pm
As you drive along the view is quite promising. But as you get to the valet area, the poor service starts. No attendance to assist and as you walk in through the doors, no one to guide you around. Finally when you do manage to reach the restaurant the staff force a smile and assist you. For a hotel which has a good interior and Is well located the service is extremely disappointing. Even worse, I found hair in my soup. When I placed it aside to show it to the waiter, somehow my plate was cleared uninformed.
Honestly would not recommend this place.
Though the grilled prawns from the buffet is the only thing I would want to remember from my visit to this restaurant!
Sarah Aug 12, 2012 09:30 am
Terrible Iftar! Seriously avoid it and choose others!!!!
Not much variety
Poor service as they just wanted to get us out the door. They tried to clear plates whilst we were still eating!
Huge line for food
Expensive with no drinks included.
Loshen Aug 12, 2012 07:22 am
Go to Ewaan any other time but stay away from them in Ramadan! Firstly, their buffet price does not include soft drinks and Ewaan does factory service for Iftar - they pack as many tables as they can into their normally ample space so comfort levels disappear. You also get rushed to compelte so the staff can prepare for Suhour. Chefs cut back with servings so you have to beg for more yet they charge a premium rate. Normally Ewaan is great but there are plenty of better 5 star Iftar buffet choices over Ramadan.