3 restaurants to visit in Dubai this week
Scape’s California-fusion brunch
Malibu meets Dubai at The Terrace, Burj Al Arab this winter as Scape reveals a new Saturday brunch from 12.30pm-4pm. It’s served straight to the table and comprises dishes inspired by Europe, Asia, Oceania and South America. Starters, for instance, include sushi doughnuts, angus beef tataki, tempura, quesadillas and lashings of burrata, which are then followed by chicken, octopus, lobster, braised short ribs and glazed Baltic salmon. Desserts include sweet tacos and doughnut cheesecake. From AED495 per person.
When: 12.30pm-47pm, Saturdays
Where: The Terrace, Burj Al Arab
Price: From AED495
Contact: +971 4 301 7600, website
Ladies can end the weekend in some style on Saturdays between 8pm-11pm at Gaucho, which has a rather appealing new terrace to enjoy at this time of year. Guests will be greeted with three roses which can then be exchanged for a beverage throughout the night. There’s also 50 percent off a menu that features lobster tacos, burrata tostada and tuna ceviche, plus music from DJ Bret Turner.
When: 8pm-11pm, Saturdays
Where: Gaucho, DIFC
Contact: +971 4 422 7898, website
Breakfast on the Terrace
The Terrace by Boulevard Kitchen has unveiled a new breakfast package from its recently appointed head chef Salvatore Barcellona. Between 6am-11am, guests can choose the buffet or á la carte dishes such as French toast with apricot vanilla crème and smoked salmon and cheese bagel with onion marmalade. There’s also a load of smoothies and juices.
When: 6am-11am, daily
Where: Manzil Downtown
Contact: +971 4 423 8899, website
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