Brunch concept at the Al Bustan Rotana 5 Reviews
Meat lovers’ night
Choose your cut of meat, then choose how you’d like the chefs to prepare it. There’s also a Caesar salad station and a potato bar. A free round of after-dinner beverages will be offered. Dhs199 (soft drinks) Timings: 6.30pm-11.30pm (Sunday)
The Grand Friday brunch now spills into the hotel lobby and features food from Blue Elephant and Benihana. There is also a kids’ corner featuring face painting, clowns and a special buffet of yummy treats. Dhs220 (soft drinks), Dhs250 (selected house beverages) Timings: 12.30pm-3.30pm (Friday)
It’s hard to find fault with the global fare at Choices, Al Bustan Rotana’s new venue, with six front-of-house cooking stations, tandoori, noodles, pasta, grilled barbecue, falafel and teppan ice-cream. If you’re wondering, the seafood table is fantastic and the hot offerings are similarly impressive, with a mezze spread, Indian curries and spicy vegetable dishes. Children are well catered for too, with a dedicated table full of cholesterolsoaring fodder. Yet while the food is fine, for Dhs150 you can enjoy all-inclusive brunches elsewhere – Choices’ basic package doesn’t include alcohol, but the Dhs260 cocktail option is good value.
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