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8 Dubai brunches you have to try

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Brunch is an institution in Dubai, but with so many to choose from, it’s difficult to know where to splash the cash. Here’s our round up of Friday free-flows that you should get yourself along to this month.

Mazina
What:
Mazina offers Asian, Arabic and European dishes to bring a huge variety of world cuisine. With live cooking stations and multi-cultural chefs, this one is ideal for families or big groups with lots of different taste buds to please.
Price: AED315 with soft drinks and AED440 with house beverages.
When: Fridays from 12.30pm to 3.30pm
Where: The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina, www.theaddress.com

Pier Chic
What: Their new brunch package (Bubbles Grand Siècle) might just be the most expensive brunch in town, at AED2,900. Dishes include freshly caught lobster, prawns and plenty of other options for seafood lovers. There’s also meat such as roast beef carved at the table, and plenty of vegie options.
Price: AED450 with soft drinks, AED595 with select beverages, AED750 including bubbles and AED2,900 for the Bubbles Grand Siècle package.
When: Fridays 12pm to 4pm
Where: Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeirah, www.jumeirah.com/pierchic

Forty Four
What: Pretty new on the Dubai brunch scene, the recently opened Forty Four is one for discerning diners. The set menu serves up 20 dishes on free flow, with as much bubbly as you like, all with the backdrop of a live band. Starting at 4pm, it’s perfect for those who like their weekends to get off to a slower start. The bistro and lounge will no doubt become renowned for its authentic French dishes.
Price: AED344 with soft drinks, AED495 with bubbly
When: Fridays from 4pm to 10pm
Where: Warwick hotel, +971 4 506 9890, www.facebook.com/Fortyfourdubai

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