10 Brunch Spots You Want To Try In Dubai
Dubai is known for its weekend brunch culture – and for good reason!
For some, brunch is all about the boozy midday cocktails and a sundowners party right into the evening, and for others its all about the food! If you’re more of the latter, then you’ve clicked the right tab – because at AboutHer.com, we are all about the fine dining and ambience.
From seafood to sushi, the perfect benedict to burrata, these are our top 10 lazy weekend brunch spots worth dressing up for – and by dressing up, we mean putting your eating pants on for!
Roka, Business Bay
Always referred to as “the little sister of Zuma, Roka has a Friday brunch starring some of their most iconic dishes including robata, sushi and more. If you order a la carte, be sure to try the bone marrow and coconut parfait dessert.
Hutong in DIFC is a contemporary Chinese restaurant offering up a delicious dim sum brunch, which means unlimited dim sum, bubbly and mixed drinks. Dishes include wild mushroom and truffle bao, crispy dumplings, and Sichuan dan dan noodles.
Palazzo Versace, Jaddaf Waterfront
Located in the hotel's Vanitas restaurant, the “secret” Palazzo Versace brunch is organized by “Secret Parties” and promises a lively, upbeat, “Bunga Bunga style,” Italiano vibe and an opera singer.
BB Social, Gate Village
BB Social has the kind of intimate atmosphere and setting to host the perfect girl’s brunch! The plates are small and perfect for sharing and the Friday brunch offers unlimited bites, bao and desserts, plus a choice of main course.
Rockfish, Madinat Jumeirah
The mood is: Mediterranean brunch with a holiday vibe and Burj Al Arab views. Stunning surroundings with a sumptuous menu… picture perfect.
The Maine Oyster Bar & Grill, Business Bay
Expect to leave with a full belly! The Maine features a sharing menu of the restaurant's popular signature dishes. Think fish tacos, octopus and more, plus free-flowing drinks.
Coya, Four Seasons
Especially popular for birthdays and occasions, and its tasty Latin American dishes, Coya has a grown up vibe.
Zuma is infamous, and especially popular amongst the socialites and celebrities alike – Friday’s are always a busy brunch day for the establishment so make sure to book early so you can enjoy sushi, dim sum and robata at one of the best brunches in Dubai!
MASTI, La Mer
Masti is a rather quirky Indian restaurant located at La Mer and offers up “the Elephant Bath” brunch every Friday and Saturday afternoon. Dishes including “Not Your Average Chicken Tikka,” burrata and truffle pizza and beef pepper fry, are must try’s!
Bull & Bear, DIFC
Named the “Bull of Wall Street” brunch – as a nod to its New York stock exchange roots, Bull & Bear at the Waldorf Astoria in DIFC is the perfect place to entertain, wine and dine with an extensive and sumptuous menu.