Brunch guide: 10 must-try brunches in Dubai, UAE

Feb 21, 2017

You can’t visit Dubai without trying one of their legendary brunches, and whether you want to sample traditional dishes from the Emirates or a trendy venue with stunning views and a party vibe, the choice is endless.

JW Marriott Marquis, Business Bay


Let the JW Marriott Marquis’ Wanderlust brunch take you on a tour around the world, with offerings from South America, Asia and beyond. There are 10 live stations – one even includes a walk through the kitchen area – and approximately 360 dishes to try.

AED395 (US$107) including house drinks. Fridays, 1pm-4pm. Sheikh Zayed Rd, Business Bay.

Al Falamanki, Jumeirah Beach Road


Al Falamanki invites you to a milieu of old school charm with their authentic Lebanese brunch, which takes guests on a journey of traditional Arabic food in their charming garden. Think mouthfuls of manakeesh (flatbread with toppings like cheese or ground meat) and tasty tahini, all prepared on live cooking stations for the ultimate experience of ancient tradition in modern Dubai.

AED120 inclusive of selected drinks. Saturdays, 11am-2pm. Jumeirah Beach Rd, Jumeirah 2.

Zheng He’s, Madinat Jumeirah


The Voyage Brunch at Zheng He’s in Madinat Jumeirah’s Mina A’Salam Hotel revolves around the journey of Zheng He as he travels on seven nautical explorations. The menu stays rooted with Chinese traditions while offering new techniques and quirky styles of presentation as he creates flavours from around the world. Delicious dim sum and hand carved duck are some of the dishes that make up the colourful spread.

AED395 inclusive of soft drinks package, AED495 for house drinks, AED250 for children aged 4-11 years. Fridays, 12pm-4pm. Madinat Jumeirah, Al Sufouh Rd.

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