Brunch At The Palace
There are a few things you simply must do before you leave Abu Dhabi, and Brunch at the Palace is one of them. Expect the unexpected when you reserve your table at The Emirates Palace casual new brunch. Its distinguished Palace setting, elegant service and an appealing assortment of gourmet fare will upend your notion of Friday brunch.
The brunching event begins with a vast selection of appetisers. Once your palate has been piqued, diners will feast their eyes upon the array of live cooking stations, the BBQ grill, pasta counter, traditional tandoori and shwarma stations followed by a colourful selection of sweet treats. The way you indulge your sweet tooth is entirely up to you. There’s a candy bar, ice cream wagon and popcorn cart, which are hits with the kids. While the kids are off enjoying themselves on the lawn, adults may quench their thirst at the five truly innovative mixology stations.
Brunch at the Palace is an unforgettable experience and should be on everyone’s UAE brunch bucket list. Aside from the stellar menu, the setting is ideal for chilling out, catching up and soaking in the sun with friends and family.
Where: Las Brisas
When: Every Friday from 12.30 pm – 4 pm. Kick-off is 28 October and the brunch runs through May 2017
- AED 290* including soft drinks (per person)
- AED 350* including hops and grapes (per person)
- AED 480* including bubbles (per person)
**For a limited time reserve a Non-Alcoholic Brunch (AED 290) and automatically get upgraded to Hops and Grapes Package (AED 350).
** Offer is valid from October 28 to December 23, 2016. The dress code for the palace brunch is smart casual. Casual shorts and slippers are allowed.
Children under 10 dine for FREE, children between 10-12 years AED 145* . Please kindly be advised that Pool and Beach access are not included in your booking for Brunch at the Palace.
For more information or reservations, please call +971 (0) 2 690 7999 or email email@example.com
*Prices are subject to 10% service charge, 6% tourism fee and 4% municipality fee.