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Fancy going to brunch but in need of a place keen to keep the kids occupied? We’ve got plenty of ideas. Here we list venues that go all out to entertain children for a few hours at the weekend with activities including face painting, games, magic shows, theatre and of course food for small hands. Meanwhile adults in the party get to enjoy fabulous food and drink without too much fuss from little ones.
Dinner at El Sur really comes into its own with a seat on the balcony, with it not being unfair to assume your meal in the Spanish tapas house would be considerably less enjoyable should you fail to snare an al fresco spot. That’s not to say the inside doesn’t have its charm, but those positive points are confined to the bar through which you arrive. Central to it is a long, high sharing table, perfect for a casual glass of grape and selection of cheeses and cold cuts and other European antipasti. For the rest of the dining area, sandwiched between the backlit bar and the doors to a gorgeous Iberian terrace hemmed in by a rising tree line (you are on the first floor of The Westin), is an afterthought, little more than a walkway between the two other far superior experiences. Adding to the authenticity is a menu that comes in both Spanish and English. It’s packed with influence from all over Spain, from the Catalan stew to the Mediterranean carabineros (deep sea prawns), as well as a several customised paella dishes ranging from the light vegetable option (Dhs95) to a considerably heavier foie and truffle option (Dhs135).
Spend time with your little ones with the family brunch that offers a choice of cuisines from around the world. While you relax, your children will be treated to a host of entertaining activities and performances including a bouncy castle, play area, face painting and Wii games.