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Move over Friday. Sunday brunch is the new big thing

Please excuse us while we mourn the death of the beloved Friday brunch, a tradition that forms the fabric of the start of the weekend in the UAE. The new end to the working week is certainly a big change that is bound to affect the lifestyle of the residents but the city seems to be adapting to it at an impressive pace. 

Case in point: Sunday brunches. 

The new twin of the Friday variety, they have started popping up in restaurants and brunch haunts to pacify all religious brunchers. Offers, meal deals and all-you-can-eat buffets, these joints are sure to satisfy.

Go on, then. Gluttony on the weekend is excused. 

The Cavendish Restaurant

European grub with a creative twist? Hell yeah! 

Location: Bonnington Hotel, Jumeirah Lakes Towers

Timings: Starts at noon 

Prices: Dh125 for adults, Dh79 for children 

Al Maeda

Pink is the theme at this Lebanese joint which will serve delights like Lamb Wellington, Burrata Tabbouleh and Halloumi Burgers as part of its new ‘Life is Sweet’ brunch and ‘Shamelessly Pink’ menu. Throw in live entertainment plus a pool and beach access.

Location: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dubai, Jumeirah Beach

Timings: 12.30-4pm 

Prices: Starting at Dh250 


This restaurant offers brunch on both Saturday and Sunday, which means that food comas can be achieved on both days of the weekend. Contemporary dishes and cocktails. What’s not to love? 

Location: Folly, Souk Madinat Jumeirah 

Timings: 1-4pm

Prices: Dh295 on Saturdays and Dh250 on Sunday


Hearty Irish food at a classic pub, with delicacies like Yorkshire puddings and gravy, will be available at multiple branches. McGettigan’s is a crowd favourite and if you’re looking for a boozy brunch, this is the place to be.

Location: McGettigan’s, Jumeirah Lakes Towers and Souk Madinat Jumeirah

Timings: Starts at 12.30pm

Prices: Dh109

An avid reader and writer, Manaal is known for her passion for telling stories. This passion results in her reading everywhere, on the metro, bus, and even in her dreams. In the rare instance, she isn't absorbed in a book, she can be found cuddling with cats, sleeping, and collecting an obscene amount of shoes.

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