Ultimate list of the best Saturday brunches

If you are more in brunches in Dubai check out the ultimate list of the 6 most popular Saturday brunches.

Chloe Hoffmann
July 29, 2021 10:03 AM

If you are more into brunches in Dubai, here are a few important ones on Saturday.

El Sur

El Sur, with true Spanish character, provides a mellow ambience for anyone to have relaxed food and drinks. The chic restaurant attracts you with modern artwork on the wall, earthy décor, polished parquet floors in the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi. The place is known for the Siesta brunch offered on Saturdays from 12.30 pm to 3.30 pm. Choose from a range of rice dishes, Spanish-cured meat, tapas and authentic Andalusian paella, and enjoy them with your family and friends at the airy outdoor terrace.

El Sur offers you special packages for house beverage for AED 250, soft beverage for AED 199 and for kids from 6-12 years for AED 79.

La Cantine du Faubourg

Designed on the five principles of image, sound, music, art, and food, La Cantine du Faubourg is a great place to relax after work. The restaurant has recently reopened its doors after weeks of refurbishment and is located on the first floor of Jumeirah Emirates Towers. On Fridays and Saturdays, the Parisian-based DIFC restaurant offers a range of dishes and beverages from 12 pm to 5 pm during its 'Brunch 105'. These amazingly priced 3 hours packages include hot beverages, mocktails, soft drinks, and fresh juices for AED 345. You can add on Mimosa, champagne, bubbly sangrias, and Hendrick’s gin for AED 695.

Lola Taberna Española

Lola Taberna Espanola takes its name inspired by the country’s most popular Flamenco dancer. The Spanish-themed restaurant has its location in the TRYP by Wyndham in Barsha Heights. You can experience great Spanish cuisines and culture in a soothing ambience. If you are looking for real tapas with sangria, crispy burnt rice and ham, then, this is the right place. The Friday brunch ‘La fiesta de Lola’ offers limitless food and house beverages like beer, sangria, wine and spirits. You may try some exclusive Spanish dishes like tortilla de patatas, plump ibérico croquettes, negra and chorizo ibérico de bellota.

Seven Sisters

For those discerning guests who want to have ultimate open-air lounge experience to relax, Seven Sisters, an upscale bar and lounge, can be an ideal place. With an extensive collections of signature cocktails and Mediterranean-Asian cuisines, the restaurant provides the best food available in Dubai. The four-hour brunch on Fridays is a feast for the guests. Some popular ones to name are delectable sushi, beef ribs, edamame, crispy calamari, chicken skewers, seabass tempura, and more. Some packages for you to choose are house beverages and food for AED 349, premium beverages and food for AED 449, etc. 

French Riviera

French Riviera, which is popularly called the Côte d'Azur is located in the Jumeirah al Qasr Hotel. The French pop-up restaurant is set by the poolside to offer the guests alfresco dining. The stunning beachfront venue gives you the splendid views of the Arabian Gulf. You can never miss the Bleu Blanc Rouge brunch, in which it serves a range of delicious seafood and vegetarian dishes. Some exciting combinations to try are Mediterranean Sea bass - Barigoule Artichoke, Clams, White Wine Emulsion; Dover Sole “On The Bone”, Crushed Potatoes, Lemon and “Beurre Noisette” Foam; or 24 Hours Slow Cooked Lamb, Celeriac Purée, with alcoholic or non-alcoholic drinks for AED 450 or 350. 


An award-winning Italian restaurant, Roberto’s is located in the Dubai International Financial Centre. You can never afford to miss a thoughtful and authentic Italian fine dining experience in Dubai. The signature brunch on Saturdays from 1 pm to 4 pm is a treat with antipasti, which includes tonno battuto, melanzana, polpo and fritto and pasta e secondi, including risotto bosco, branzino and salmone, to name a few. Some offers for a 3-course menu includes house pouring package and champagne package for AED 445 and 695 respectively.

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