Top 10 Easter Brunches in Dubai

In Dining to Tell 

We are hopping with excitement in anticipation of the Easter 2017 weekend here at Keep Dining. Escape reality over the long weekend and unwind from a busy week with these great offerings around the city and beyond. This is the time to be with family and friends and there is no better way to kick back than living it up a little with some luxury brunches.


14-16 April 2017
Prices starting from 275 AED per person
12:00pm – 16:00pm

On the Palm Jumeirah is Ají a très chic restaurant with beautiful views of the mainland across the water. Offering up a 3-day brunch fest this weekend, makes Ají a good bet for a great time. Peruvian and Japanese fuse together at this restaurant to come up with something original and intriguing. Of course, the traditional menu will be given the Easter dressing, so you can look forward to something creative.


Flavours on Two

Prices starting from 199 AED per person
12:30pm – 16:00pm

With prices starting 199* AED per person, this is a well-priced brunch if you are not looking to splash the cash. Even with a competitive price, this brunch still has loads to offer with live cooking stations and many international dishes that are all inspired by Easter. The best part is that children under 12, dine for free!! There will be a chance for them to take home treats too.

Options galore at The Atlantis on The Palm 

This place is renowned for and knows how to put on a proper extravaganza, and Easter is no eggception!

The Atlantis is going all out with several of their restaurants participating. They have something for the younger trendy crowds who are up for a more festive brunch and there are the more family-friendly brunches too. Plus, the Dubai 92 Easter Egg Hunt is on Saturday the 15th April with over 50,000 eggs is also on at the Aquaventure Waterpark. One of the best Easter egg hunts on the planet, your little ones will be hopping with excitement.

For brunches, there are 3 great options on offer:

The Bread Street Kitchen and Bar

Friday, 14 April from 12:30pm – 4:00pm
AED 225 per person with non-alcoholic beverages

AED 335 per person with selected alcoholic beverages

A firm favourite on the brunch circuit with its beautiful outdoor entertainment area and terrace, Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen looks like they are setting themselves up for a cheerful Easter weekend. You get to sample Ramsay’s take on Easter, so edible international offerings will have a British and Easter twist.  If you have kiddies, this might be the place to look at first. There are going to be tons of crafts and activities for them to do, so that you can really kick back, relax and soak up the sunshine.



Friday, 14 April from 12:30pm – 4:00pm
AED 535 per person with selected alcoholic beverages

Already well known by expats in Dubai, Saffron is one of those places that you have to do at least once. Serving up their Wonderland Brunch, this restaurant focuses more on the eclectic and the exotic. Zooming in on South-East Asian cuisines, you can find all the delicious and tantalizing flavours that you are looking for. It might be on the pricier side of things, but it is one that you just must do.

Nasimi Beach 

Sunday, 16 April from 1:00pm – 5:00pm
AED 195 excluding beverages

Lovers of BBQ and the outdoors unite! This is the ultimate festive beach barbeque. The Atlantis’ resident DJ will amp up the chilled vibes and help you to unwind in the beautiful spring sunshine. This BBQ is overwhelming and lavish. You will never go hungry and there is plenty on offer.

Caravan at The Ritz-Carlton

14 April 2017 The Easter Brunch
16 April 2017 Easter Sunday Roast
13:00pm to 16:00pm

The Easter Bunny will of course be making an appearance at the Easter Brunch and there will heaps of entertainment on offer the little humans. However, if you are after some good old British classics, the Sunday Roast option might be up your street. You can enjoy all the traditional roasts and pies on offer and there is Ritz’ kids team that will have plenty of games and fun planned so great family memories can be made.

Al Forsan, Bab Al Shams Resort

Sunday 16 April 2017
12:30 – 16:00pm
Prices starting at 345 AED per person
50% discount for children between 5-12 years; children under 4 dine for free

Are you looking to get out of Dubai for the day? There is nothing more refreshing than a day trip to somewhere lovely. So, if you are looking for a way to escape the city, then Bab Al Shams never disappoints. Besides the awesome buffet that is over the top sumptuous, let the kids experience a camel ride, the petting zoo and bouncy castle. Of course, there will be an Easter Bunny too. What is not to love?


Ranches Restaurant

Friday 14 April 2017
12:00 – 16:00pm
Arabian Ranches
Members: 185 per adult, 95 per child
Non-members: 225 per adult, 115 per child

The Eggtastic Brunch at Arabian Ranches is planning to be a winner. Expect a vibrant atmosphere with some spring bunnies hopping around that will set the tone for a fun Easter egg hunt. Its super relaxed yet upbeat atmosphere and delicious buffet is always a winner.


 15-16 April 2017
Beverage package starts at 180 AED which includes two hours of unlimited wine and beer
Roast package begins at 185 AED
The Asado package begins at 350 AED

It is your choice at Gaucho for Easter. You can create your very own roast experience. Either choose from the Bife de chorizo or the Bife de ancho with the Malbec jus. Of course, there shall be a kiddies entertainment station so that you won’t have to worry about them; you can just sit back and enjoy your well-earned steak. Also, be sure to sign the wee ones up for the mocktail master class at 1pm to 2pm!

The Picnic Pantry by Skyline

Date: 14 April, 2017
Time: 12pm to 4pm
AED 245 including soft beverages per person
AED 345 including house beverages per person
AED 125 kids from 6yrs to 11yrs
Level 5, Skyline Lounge, Crowne Plaza Dubai Festival City

They are offering an EGG-stravagant Easter Brunch where you and the family can dine out under umbrellas on the deck while enjoy great views of Dubai. This one is great for desserts, so if you have a hankering for something on the sweet side of things, go here. There will be face painting for the kids and an Easter egg hunt allowing you a welcome break and a chance to kick back in a relaxed style.

Wishing you all a wonderful Easter weekend  🙂

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