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Brunches in Dubai

June 16
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Legends Brunch

Ideal for… a Friday outdoor brunch option

Restaurant name and location: Legends, Dubai Creek & Golf Club

Cuisine: Mixed cuisine with a focus on steaks

Atmosphere: A relaxed family vibe for a Friday brunch, which was lovely. It was a rainy, gloomy day which was the worst day to check it out as I heard it’s always beautiful and sunny. It was definitely full though… the Jazz music definitely made us forget the gloom outside.

What they say: The iconic Legends restaurant at Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club has recently been transformed during a complete makeover which sees all elements of the venue – food, design and layout – modernized to make the venue a must visit dining destination on Dubai’s Creek.

 

What to order:

-Buffet choice for starters and dessert – A la carte for the mains.

-Gnocchi with Blue cheese (the cheese isn’t too strong, and it was just right.)

-Florentine (If you’re going for a breakfast egg option, the Florentine was just right and delicious.)

-Crepes at the crepe car (mini and aren’t too heavy.)

 

Service: We had some good and bad moments – I’m guessing this is because of the hassle of it pouring during the brunch.

 

What I loved:

-The Jazz and DJ music during the brunch.

-I don’t eat pork but they have a pork section.

-The selection was quite scarce for starters but their mains included an a la carte as well as Thai/Indian/Italian sections at the Buffet.

-The Crepe stand at dessert!

 

Yum Cha brunch at Ba Restaurant & Lounge

Ideal for… a Chinese Beach Brunch

Restaurant name and location: Yum Cha brunch at Ba restaurant & Lounge, Fairmont Hotel The Palm

Cuisine: Chinese

Atmosphere: Relaxed and beachy

What they say: Enhance your Saturday afternoon at Bā Restaurant & Lounge,

on the Palm Jumeirah with delectable bites of dim sum and

Asian tapas, complemented by tea-infused mocktails.

Follow up this delightful experience with the post-brunch

party, or soak up the sun by the poolside or at the beach.

 

What to order:

-Dim sums (the best on the menu, and one of the best in town!)

-Sticky rice and mango

-Carved fruit

 

Service: Slow

 

What I loved:

-You get access to the pool and beach at Fairmont Hotel the Palm from 12-4pm – perfect deal! (they have four pools and a beach)

-DJ playing great music

-Unlimited Chinese food

 

Bill for one: AED225 for non alcoholic & AED395 for alcoholic

 

Contact details:

http://www.dineatba.com/en/article/global/yum-cha.html

 

 

Bill for one:

AED235 food and soft beverages

AED370 with selected house beverages

AED495 with premium bubbly

 

Contact details: creekdining@dubaigolf.com

 

Karma Karvery Brunch at Karma Kafe, Dubai.

Ideal for… a Brunch with different Cuisine craves

 

Restaurant name and location: Karma Kafe at Souk al Bahar

Cuisine: Pan-Asian with a twist

Atmosphere: Quite relaxed on a Friday afternoon – it goes on from 12pm-3 30pm.

What they say: Karma Kafé by Raymond Visan, the creator of internationally renowned Buddha-Bar, is an award winning pan Asian restaurant and lounge located in the heart of Downtown Dubai.

Offering a fusion of pan Asian and International flavors, as well as opulent surroundings and eclectic beats, Karma Kafé is a unique dining and nightlife destination.

The outdoor terrace offers breathtaking views of the Dubai Fountain and the Burj Khalifa, which are essential sightings for all visitors to the city. This hidden gem can be found in an intimate corner of Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai.

 

What to order:

-Calamari

-Sushi (california, and crunchy prawn)

-Sweet and sour chicken with pomegranate

-Dim sums (Super flavorful)

-Fresh sorbets (loved the lime and Raspberry)

 

Service: Sweet, but slow.

 

What I loved:

-The fountains view, they have outdoor fans so it’s quite an enjoyable outdoor seating.

-The twist on their menu – they have chicken shawarma sushi!

-The variety of cuisines – Arabic, Asian etc.

 

What I didn’t love as much:

-Slow service even though they weren’t scarce on staff.

-Most of their dishes are spicy, but wasn’t mentioned. (I don’t eat Spicy food, but could be a great thing for ones that love it.)

 

Bill for one: AED395 with house beverages and AED295 with soft drinks

 

Contact details:

http://www.karma-kafe.com

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