Brunchers can enjoy a range of signature dishes including sushi, sashimi, maki rolls and a “deluxe dessert display” with traditional sweets and fresh fruit. Dhs450 (soft drinks), Dhs595 (house beverages), Dhs655 (bubbly). Dhs225 (kids under 12).. Fri 12.30pm-4pm. Gate Village 6, DIFC (04 425 5660).
Rüya Dubai The stylish Turkish restaurant at Grosvenor House Dubai will be refreshing its brunch in September, too.
The winner of Time Out Dubai’s Best Newcomer, Fine Dining category, will be rolling out all its most popular dishes for the new Friday offering from September 8.
There will live food stations serving cold starters and desserts, while hot appetisers and mains will directly be served to the table.
Popular dishes on offer from chef Colin Clague will include two cheese pide, rib-eye and whole grilled seabream. Dhs295 (soft drinks), Dhs495 (house beverages), Dhs595 (bubbly). Fri noon-4pm. Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 3999 123).
Feast Meanwhile Feast at the Sheraton Grand has also returned, complete with a new musical backdrop from local band Rita & The Rogues.
The trio will be at Feast every Friday brunch starting from September 8, playing a range of soul, jazz, swing and ‘90s hits.
The brunch offers live cooking stations with dishes from Malaysia to India, to all over Europe. Plus, new for autumn is a chocolate table, packed with desserts including pralines, brownies, mud cake, cookies and mousse.
“Feast offers a wealth of flavours from all over the world, so it makes sense to spice things up with equally eclectic entertainment,” said Robert Chlopinski, chef de cuisine at Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai.
There will also be a kids “Little Explorers’ Corner” with Lego, cookie decorating and colouring books. Dhs325 (soft drinks), Dhs425 (house beverages), Dhs595 (bubbly). Fri 1pm-4pm. Sheraton Grand, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 503 4444).