Time Out Says
The venue has three key selling points. The first is the terrace, it’s arguably one of the best brunch terraces in Dubai - raised and overlooking the hotel pools, the Burj Al Arab and the Arabian Gulf. This really has the wow factor, particularly for holidaymakers.
The second and third, can be covered together. The range of food is huge and unlike some other large sprawling brunches, the quality doesn’t suffer as a result of the quantity. Expect everything from curry to sushi and crepes to pasta - this is a proper international buffet, with live carving and cooking stations neatly punctuating the self-serve areas.
As you’d expect the brunch is mostly populated by hotel guests, and while it doesn’t sizzle with some of the mod cons you will find at newer restaurants and brunches, for those who remember the good old days it retains a charm and warmth that makes it well-worth a visit.
By Time Out Dubai staff | 22 Mar 2012
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