Restaurant review: Six places to eat for Eid Al Adha

Enjoy traditional Arabic dishes for Kalea Brunch at Lapita. Dubai Parks and Resorts this Eid Al Adha
Enjoy traditional Arabic dishes

Take a look at these restaurants offering great Eid feasts



By David Light

Published: Sat 10 Aug 2019, 2:10 PM

Last updated: Sun 11 Aug 2019, 10:38 AM

It's on! Here are a few more places to enjoy an Eid Al Adha meal around the UAE.
Mina moment
Following a renovation, Mina's Kitchen is open for business and can be found in the heart of the Westin Mina Seyahi, in the space previously housed by Blue Orange. The restaurant has announced an Eid special which will run from today to Tuesday, offering lunch or dinner dining for Dhs99 per person, and kids dine for free!
Ajman appetite
Gourmet Garden at Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche features a fresh range of dishes from starters to desserts perfect to refuel. Enjoy the buffet spread for lunch or dinner for Dhs80 per person. Kids aged six to 12 get 50 per cent off while kids five and below dine for free. The lunch buffet is open from 12.30pm to 3.30pm while the dinner buffet is available from 7pm to 11pm.
Park it
Journey to the Kalea Brunch at Lapita, Dubai Parks and Resorts - take in the breathtaking settings whilst you feast on a selection of tantalising tastes from around the world. Enjoy traditional Arabic dishes, such as the mouthwatering lamb ouzi, live shawarma, grill and Tawa chicken stations. With flavours to please every palate - the Kalea brunch menu also includes Asian, Indian and Western cuisines. Finally, satisfy your sweet tooth with the delectable dessert buffet that will leave you wanting more. Packages start from Dhs230.
Rare bites
Diners at Rare, Meliã Desert Palm Dubai can look forward to traditional delicacies such as creamy chicken korma, mutton biryani, chicken tikka, maqluba, Moroccan vegetable tagine and hammour among other hearty mains. One of the highlights of the menu is roasted lamb leg, served from the carving station. The buffet also includes a selection of fresh salads and indulgent desserts such as mini baklava, kunafa, sheer khurma and Umm Ali. It's on Tuesday from 1pm to 4pm for Dhs225 per person.
Japan joy
Ramusake's Friday brunch is the perfect start to the Eid Weekend with an array of your favourite Izakaya style dishes and premium beverage packages to the backdrop of Deep House music by our Resident DJ. Take in the views of JBR Beach and Blue Waters Island from our indoor seating area from 1pm to 4pm.
Get onboard
Set on the Quarter Deck against the backdrop of Dubai's skyline embark on a voyage through a myriad of world-cuisines on the QE2. From classic British roasts, fresh seafood counters and live cooking stations to artisan cheese platters, delicious salads and an unparalleled dessert selection - the QE2 Brunch is the feast of all feasts! It's on August 15-16 from 1pm to 4pm at Dhs225 per person.
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Rare at the Meliã Desert Palm Dubai serving Eid Al Adha brunch
Rare at the Meliã Desert Palm Dubai always serves up greatness
An Eid Al Adha brunch on the QE2
Have a feast on a boat
Ramusake's Eid Al Adha brunch offers a lot of sushi and fun
Fancy a load of sushi

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