As the season for the great outdoors is upon us, we bring to you the latest brunch offerings the city has for us
CUT by Wolfgang Puck
This chef’s international acclaim is undeniable. In a city where fine dining has become a standard, CUT provides simple sophistication with a touch of luxury. Keeping in line with the city’s trend for weekend brunches, Wolfgang Puck has brought his innovation to the table. Every Friday from noon till
4pm, tuck in to a sharing menu featuring a selection of the restaurant’s signature dishes.
The Rib Room
This restaurant adds succulent John Stone smoked short ribs, The Rib Room signature cut selection, pan
seared bass, the ‘Best of British’ cheese trolley and more to Dubai’s brunch scene. The choices include their tasting menu for a six-course highlight or you can create your own menu from their a la carte dishes. From 12:30 till 3:30pm, they have packages that go from AED 350 till AED 595.
The city’s cult favourite Asian restaurant launches a mid-week culinary experience with their ‘Night Brunch’. From 7 till 10pm, dive into their distinctly cool Asakusa ‘izakaya’ street food style vibe.
Their playful four-part menu comprises tempting tuna tacos, baskets of fluffy powdery white buns, hearty sliders – yes, soft shell crab is a choice – and creamy mochi ice cream to finish.