Monday, May 25, 2015

Friday Brunch at Al Dawaar, Hyatt Regency

Our Mom and Dad from Germany are currently in town. Their last visit was 4 years ago, and this time they brought along Mom’s relatives, so we took them around the city again to show the different sights. One of the places we took them to last Friday was Al Dawaar in Hyatt Regency for brunch. It will be Hubby’s and my 7th anniversary later this month, and since they’ve never been there before, we decided to treat them there as an early celebration.

We were served appetizing bread and butter almost as soon as we sat down at our table, which Caila and Sophie just couldn’t get enough of. However, we made sure not to stuff ourselves too much of the bread so that we had room in our tummies for real food. We all had a light breakfast earlier (the night before, I told them not to eat too much), so we enjoyed practically everything that was served on the spread, especially the dessert!






















There was actually more food, but I was practically salivating as I took pictures so I just gave in to my hunger instead =)

Although it’s been a while since Hubby and I last dined at the restaurant, we were happy to discover that the service and food were still absolutely perfect. And being the only rotating restaurant in Dubai, being able to enjoy 360 degree views of the city from the hotel’s 25th floor is always an added bonus.






Imagine how beautiful the city looks at night. It just makes the meal more delightful, don’t you think?

As we were enjoying our last bites of dessert, our server approached us with this surprise
Thank you, Keitaro-san!
Of course despite being stuffed with what we had just eaten, we still found room in our tummies for a slice each of the scrumptious, creamy chocolate cake that easily melted in our mouths.

Unlike most brunches that we’ve been to, Al Dawaar didn’t have any entertainment for the kids. I guess with such a limited space, it would really be too difficult to accommodate this. However, the scenery outside more than compensated the lack of kids activities because the changing views kept our daughters entertained and in awe every few minutes. Actually, even the adults found it awesome!
With a wide selection of international cuisine and desserts, plus the amazing view you get, Al Dawaar is definitely a restaurant you should try when you’re in town. No doubt, it’s one of our favourite places to dine in for special occasions in Dubai!

Brunch takes place every Friday between 12:30pm and 4:00pm. Prices are Dhs225 (including softdrinks), Dhs275 (including wines and beers) and Dhs450 (including champagne).
Lunch is served for Dhs185 per person (food only).
Dinner is served for Dhs235 per person (food only).

9 comments:

  1. Fancy! Those photos of food made my stomach growl.. Advance Happy Anniversary to you and your husband!


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  2. The view was really fantastic. The food also looks great.

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  3. Your food photos made me hungry 100x. For real! Love them all!

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  4. Wow that food looks great. Now I'm hungry. :3

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  5. i'm drooling lol! the food looks yummy!

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  6. i'm drooling lol! the food looks yummy!

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  7. I'm getting hungry because of these photos already! I better log out and have breakfast now. :D

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  8. The food looks good! and the place too! beautiful pictures!

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  9. Food are extremely delicious looking! wonder why I'm getting hungry right now..heheh Thanks for the beautiful photos.
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