Dubai’s Diverse Dining Scene: From Eid Feasts to Weekend Brunches

Dubai is renowned for its vibrant dining scene that caters to all tastes and preferences. Whether you’re looking to indulge in a celebratory Eid feast, savor French delicacies, or enjoy a luxurious afternoon tea, the city has it all. From innovative takes on classic dishes to exquisite buffets, Dubai offers a culinary adventure like no other.

Start your day with a delightful breakfast at Bota, located in Jumeirah Golf Estates. The serene ambiance, earthy tones, and a wide selection of breakfast classics make it the perfect spot to kickstart your morning.

For Eid specials, head to The Great British Restaurant at Dukes The Palm, offering a mix of Arabic and international buffet for lunch and dinner on June 17 and 18. Don’t miss out on the specially curated dinner buffet available only on June 17.

Experience the fusion of flavors at Couqley, where the ‘Steak Tartare on Ice Festival’ captures the essence of rich cultural French heritage. Available until August 31 at both the JLT and Downtown Dubai branches, this unique offering blends tradition with innovation.

Indulge in a sushi night at OAnjo restaurant or savor Japanese and Portuguese fusion cuisine with breathtaking views of Dubai’s skyline at Sheraton Mall of the Emirates. For a sophisticated experience, check out the new menu and afternoon tea at Blue Box CafĂ© Dubai, located within the Tiffany and Co. Dubai flagship store.

For the ultimate weekend brunch feast, head to Michelin Select restaurant, Punjab Grill, available on Fridays from 6.30pm onwards, and Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 4pm at their Dubai and Abu Dhabi outlets.

Keep up with the latest dining spots across the UAE by exploring our Going Out section. Get ready to embark on a culinary journey through Dubai’s diverse and delightful dining scene.