Few would expect to find Easter celebrations in Dubai, but for city with such a great community of expatriates the Christian holiday has become an equally important cause for festivity. The following restaurants are not only outstanding on any non-holiday day, their Easter brunch offers a very good excuse to splurge on a good meal.
Easter brunch at Al Bustan Rotana is set in the contemporary décor of the magnificent hotel lobby. Easter brunch is a buffet featuring a wide variety of international specialties. Guests will easily spoil themselves with the delicious dishes prepared by the hotel’s master chefs. Kids are provided with their own buffet of Easter choices and goodies. Brunch starts at noon and goes to 3:30pm. Prices range from 220 AED including soft drinks and juices; 250 AED inclusive of selected beverages; 75 AED for children ages 6-12 years old and free for children under 5 years old.
At the Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club you can enjoy a delicious Easter brunch on the Palermo restaurant while looking onto the vast Polo fields. The cuisine is an international buffet offering a wide variety of specialty dishes. Children will enjoy a visit from the Easter bunny and an Easter egg hunt. Brunch starts at noon and finishes at 2:30pm. Prices range from 265 AED including a welcome drink, soft drinks and house beverages and 195 AED per person inclusive of a welcome drink, soft drinks and water.
The Easter brunch special at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Dubai Deira Creek offers a scrumptious selection of traditional dishes from eleven different outlets such as Italian, Japanese, Chinese, British, Iranian, Seafood, Steakhouse, Asian Noodle bar, Japanese Barbecue, Arabic, and very yummy Easter pastries and goodies delivered direct from the Radisson Blu’s Cake shop. Prices are 155 AED for adults and children are charged according to their height.
The Easter brunch at the J.W. Marriott will be held at The Market Place, Bamboo Lagoon and Hofbrauhaus. Diners will have access to the delicious meals of all three restaurants. At The Market Place a range of local and international delights; top stations include Indian and Seafood cuisine. The Bamboo Lagoon specializes in Far Eastern dishes from Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, and Singapore. Finally, at the traditional Hofbrauhaus you’ll find Bavarian specialties such as bread dumplings in mushroom sauce, roasted duck and marinated beef steaks. For children The Market Place provides the most treats with a lovely variety of Easter chocolate eggs, white chocolate bunnies and multi-colored boiled eggs and of course, a full dessert counter. A truly exceptional range of cuisine, J.W. Marriott’s Easter brunch will make for an unforgettable feast. The package price per person is 195 AED with soft drinks and juices and 295 AED with house beverages and 395 AED with premium beverages.
You are in for a real Easter treat when dining at Ewaan restaurant at The Palace Hotel in downtown Dubai. Brunch takes place on the terrace right next to the Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building. The menu consists of delicious mix of traditional Arabic specialties and Continental cuisine. There is also a wide selection of pastries and gourmet treats. Fun activities are also planned for children such as an Easter egg hunt. Easter brunch at Ewaan has a middle eastern twist amidst beautiful surroundings. Prices are 390 AED per person including house beverages, 245 AED per person inclusive of soft drinks and 125 AED per child.