Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates is launching a new family brunch

There's a new all-day brunch coming to Olea

Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates is launching a new family brunch

Given the Dubai institution of Friday brunching, we are always on the lookout for a family-friendly option that keeps the kids entertained, and from Friday September 27 there is another one to add to our list.

All-day dining eatery Olea, at Kempinski Mall of the Emirates, is introducing a Friday feast that goes on all day with some top entertainment thrown in for the little diners to boot.

The day kicks off at 10am with a lavish breakfast spread, before it is replaced with an international lunch buffet at 1pm.

Little thrill-seekers can head off to the Magic Planet post-breakfast where they receive free access along with some magic credit to spend on their choice of two rides or arcade games.

Lunch is made up of buffet tables and live cooking stations where brunchers can choose from a huge selection of international cuisine - everything from cold Spanish soups - gazpacho and salmorejo - to risotto, spit-roast lamb and paella. A barbecue is also on offer for the meat-lovers.

As for the kids, they can become master builders at the dedicated LEGO area, plus hang out with their choice of lifelike doll, which they can dress up and style, in the American Girl zone.
Free (kids under five), Dhs123 (kids five-12 years), Dhs245 (soft drinks), Dhs345 (house beverages). Breakfast 10am-1pm, lunch 1pm-5pm, from Fri Sep 27. Kempinski Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha, (04 341 0000).

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