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Top Places to Go for Brunch in Dubai

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A trip to Dubai is an assault on the senses and a pleasant contradiction of experiences; from the glitz and the glamour of its 5* hotels, man-made islands and luxury shopping, to the authentic charm of its traditional souks, and vast, hot, seemingly endless desert. There’s certainly plenty to see and do in this incredible Middle Eastern city, and while you’re there, why not make the most of its delicious food and drink offerings? Brunch is a big deal here, and we’ve rounded up some of the best spots for you to get involved in the action, from the high end, to the quirky, to the family friendly. Happy brunching!

Nobu brunch, Dubai

Nobu brunch, Dubai

High End

Bulgari Yacht Club 345AED (soft drink) 495AED (house beverage) 699AED (house beverage and Bubbly)

Location: Jumeirah Bay Island, Jumeirah St.

For lovers of all things luxury, the Bulgari Yacht Club is a great spot to have an upscale brunch. At its stunning waterside restaurant you’ll find a menu filled with seafood inspired dishes. Plus, as a huge bonus, diners get day access to the pool and deck area, perfect for relaxing after a budget-busting brunch.

Nobu 395AED (soft drinks) 585AED (house beverages) 650AED (bubbly)

Location: Atlantis the Palm, Crescent Rd

Drawing inspiration from its 14 locations worldwide, the world of Nobu brunch is also a feast for the senses. Expect unusual twists on Japanese cuisine whilst being entertained by live Japanese drummers, DJs and violinists.

Family Friendly

Bread Street Kitchen 240AED (soft drinks) 355AED (house beverages) 105AED (Kids)

Location: Atlantis the Palm, Crescent Rd

At the Atlantis Palm you’ll find one of Gordon Ramsay’s latest restaurant ventures, Bread Street Kitchen. This family friendly brunch makes ordering easy as they have stations specially set up for starters and mains and desserts can be ordered a la carte. Plus, the little ones receive free entry to The Lost Chambers Aquarium!

Fümé 199AED (House Beverages) 30AED (Kids) Every Friday afternoon

Location: Pier 7, Dubai Marina

Fümé brunch is an uncomplicated four course affair – no bells and whistles but just high-quality, wholesome food from around the world. Served family style, the kids are far from overlooked here, as they get to dig into a mini buffet style brunch. Parents, why not enjoy the Desert Donkey cocktail?!

Amwaj Rotana, Dubai

Amwaj Rotana, Dubai


Amwaj Rotana 259AED (soft drinks) 389AED (house beverages) 129AED (kids 6-12)

Location: Amwaj Rotana Jumeirah Beach, JBR

The Amwaj Rotana’s All Out Brunch is not one for those who dislike choice! It features over 100 dishes to choose from as well as live cooking stations, food trucks and several courses from Benihana. With a laid-back family feel, it’s the perfect choice for those trying to cater to different tastes. 

The Restaurant 295AED (soft drinks) 395AED (house beverages) 148AED (Kids 5 to 11), FREE (kids under five).

Location: Address Downtown, Downtown Dubai

For those looking for a taste of home whilst enjoying their time in the Middle East, The Restaurant’s Britannia Brunch is a great choice. You’ll get to enjoy a roast with all the trimmings every Friday (yes, even yorkies!), although if you prefer, you’ll also find classic seafood dishes and oysters on the menu.

Candypants brunch, Dubai

Candypants brunch, Dubai


Candypants Dim Sum Disco 395 AED (house beverages)

Location: Maiden Shanghai, FIVE Palm Jumeirah

Unlimited drinks during this three hour brunch is one of the main draws at Candypants so expect a lively atmosphere at this adults-only brunch. But try not to party too hard as you may miss out on some truly tasty dim sum!

Mr Miyagi’s 185AED (Soft Drinks) 275AED (House Drinks) 550AED (Sparkling Wine)

Location: Media One Hotel, Dubai Media City

In keeping with the Asian theme, Mr Miyagi’s is a knees up of epic proportions where diners can entertain themselves by belting out 90’s pop tunes in between a la carte courses. You’ll find firm favourites like spring rolls and katsu curry alongside dim sum, char siew and sticky mango rice.  

Alloro, Dubai

Alloro, Dubai


Alloro 165AED (soft drinks) 219AED (house beverages) FREE (Kids under 10)

Location: Wyndham Dubai Marina Hotel

Alloro’s Festa Familia brunch is a taste of Italy in the heart of Dubai, but don’t expect to find pizza on the menu; its flat breads are what makes them famous. This laid-back restaurant does Friday brunch without the fanfare and at a fantastic price point too.

The Dubliner’s 109 AED (2 soft drinks) 189AED (5 house beverages) 79AED (Kids 6-12 2 soft drinks)

Location: Le Méridien Dubai, Garhoud

This well-established Irish pub is tucked away near Dubai International airport, but don’t let the location put you off - its Friday brunch is all you can eat and you’ll find burgers, pies, sandwiches, fish ’n’ chips and plenty of classics at a knockout price.

*All pricing and offers are subject to change at any time and are at the discretion of each establishment.

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Written by Rio Silver

Rio is a travel mad, brunch-loving instagram addict, who loves nothing more than checking out beautiful architecture, shopping, eating Korean food, and discovering cool new cities - with New York being a personal favourite. Rio's most recent trip was to Washington, and next on her bucket list is Japan.

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