Looking for awesome Eid brunch offers in Dubai? Whether you fancy exploring an authentic Turkish market, or perhaps prefer some traditional tapas and Paella, these 5 brunches are ones worth checking out this Eid al-Adha weekend.
1. The Besh Street Brunch
Eat your way through an authentic Turkish market and enjoy a true taste of Turkey. Succulent grilled meats, fresh-out-the-oven pastries and the fisherman’s catch of the day are just some of the things in store. Explore the Bazaar and indulge in mouth-watering desserts while enjoying the sound of the bell from the Dondurma ice cream cart.
Location: Besh Turkish Kitchen, Sheraton Mall of the Emirates Hotel
When: Friday, 1pm to 4pm
- AED 195 including soft beverages
- AED 295 including house beverages
insydo tip: Got kids? There’s a dedicated children’s play area so bring them along.
2. The Spanish Tapas Brunch
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The Spanish Tapas Brunch is a Friday well spent, complete with Latino vibes, plenty of Paella and Sangria galore. From traditional ‘Paella Mixta’ to classic ‘Patatas Bravas’, ‘Alitas De Pollo Crujientes’ and more, expect fresh and authentic dishes. Pair that with some Spanish music and you’ve got yourself a fiesta!
Location: Casa De Tapas, Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club
When: Friday, 12pm to 4pm
- AED 199 including food and soft drinks
- AED 249 including food and house beverages
- AED 299 including food and sparkling house beverages
insydo tip: Don’t forget to snap a few selfies with the incredible view of Dubai Creek.
3. The Superhero Brunch
Dress up as your favourite superhero and get ready for a Saturday brunch like no other. Bring the whole family along for The Superhero Brunch and indulge in an international buffet across 5 different kitchens. On top of that, little ones can make the most of a superhero-themed buffet just for them while enjoying Wii gaming stations, face painting, a bouncy castle and a magic show.
Location: Mazina, Address Dubai Marina
When: Saturday, 12.30pm to 3.30pm
- AED 315 per person with soft beverages
- AED 440 per person with house beverages
- AED 595 per person with free flow house beverages and bubbly
insydo tip: Children aged between 6 and 11 years can enjoy a 50% discount, and kids under the age of 5 can dine for free.
4. The Anatolian Brunch
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Looking to try something a little different? Head down to Rüya Dubai and experience classic Anatolian cuisine at their Friday brunch. The restaurant boasts an interactive menu designed by Executive Chef Colin Clague which features live food stations, desserts and more. From Two Cheese Pide and Çaġ Kebap to Rangers Valley Rib Eye and Whole Grilled Seabream, this is one foodie experience you won’t forget.
Location: Rüya Dubai, Grosvenor House Hotel, Dubai Marina
When: Friday, 12pm to 4pm
- AED 295 for food with soft drinks only
- AED 495 with house beverage, signature cocktails and bubbly
- AED 595 inclusive of French bubbly
insydo tip: Be sure to check out the restaurant’s 360-degree, free-standing bar which features an ice machine suspended from the ceiling.
5. The BOCA Brunch
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Opening its brunch doors throughout the entire Eid weekend, BOCA is offering food lovers the ultimate Mediterranean escape. This laid-back weekend feast features a sharing concept of delicious hot and cold tapas. We’re talking everything from Cauliflower and Hazelnut Salad and Grilled Sardines to Braised Beef Short Rib and Gnocchi.
Location: BOCA, Gate Village 6, DIFC
When: Friday, Saturday & Sunday – 1pm to 4pm
Price: Packages start from AED 245 per person throughout the Eid break
insydo tip: Children below the age of 8 years can dine for free.
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