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Want to book brunch in Dubai, but don’t know where to start? You need Time Out’s Dubai brunch reviews, our guide to Dubai’s best brunches to try now (as well as those to avoid at all costs).These Dubai brunches have all been tried and tested by the Time Out team (it’s a tough gig). Time Out reviews are all conducted independently, anonymously and paid for by the brand. We care about where you spend those hard-earned dirhams and want to experience brunch as you do, no special treatment. Plus, we’ve been reviewing restaurants in Dubai for 20 years, so know what we are talking about. That’s why our Dubai brunch reviews are reviews you can absolutely trust. So why delay? Whether Saturday brunches, Sunday brunches or evening brunches, we’ve checked them all out. Now it’s your turn.

Latest Dubai Brunch Reviews

Attiko Dubai

Great food, great views and great value, Attiko is the Dubai brunch that others in the city need to watch out for. The pan-Asian rooftop bar fits right in at the super trendy W Dubai – Mina Seyahi. It is not only a welcome addition to the Dubai Marina bar scene, but its brunch offers good food as well as a cool vibe. Upon arrival, whizz up in the swish elevator to the 31st level of the hotel, where you’ll be greeted by floor-to-ceiling windows revealing views of the Ain Dubai and the skyline.
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Aura Skypool

You’ll know it from Instagram, if you haven’t already been for a dip in its sky-high waters. Aura Skypool is one of the most photographed spots in town, and for good reason, the views from this 200m-high infinity pool in The Palm Tower truly are worthy of the hyperbole.
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Bā – Boldly Asian

It’s easy to be seduced by dishes presented with cascading dry ice and garnished with delicate edible flowers. However, proving it’s more than just its pretty plates, Friday night brunch at Fairmont The Palm’s Bā – Boldly Asian is on the whole a delicious experience.
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The high-key queen of DIFC dinner and show destinations, Babylon is home to one of the most popular brunches in town and is the place for the city’s most seasoned of partiers to spend the afternoon.
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Bar du Port

A glam affair in a beautiful setting at Dubai Harbour Pier Club (expect to see British reality TV stars in attendance) the Saturday brunch at Bar du Port is a brilliant place for a party. Bar du Port pulls in a picture-perfect crowd just as gorgeous as its interiors – think finessed boho vibes reminiscent of the beach clubs in St.Tropez, but it isn’t all style and no substance.
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Black Flamingo

A lively bash overlooking Palm West Beach, Saturday brunch at Black Flamingo is the place to be if you’re looking to party. A combination of Latin and Caribbean-leaning, Black Flamingo draws in a crowd as colourful as its setting – the place is decked out in botanical-themed wallpaper, neon lighting and millennial pink and emerald-green furniture.
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Bombay Borough

Idle globe-trotters, this one’s for you. The weekend market brunch at Bombay Borough allows you try all the treats you’d discover at an Indian street food market without any of the walking. While a few gentle beads of a spice sweat may make you feel as though you’ve been for a stroll, rest assured, this is one of those to-the-table brunches where you get to sit back and be served.
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Brunch by Chic Nonna

A charming Italian restaurant in DIFC, Chic Nonna has stamped its Florentine mark on the city since arriving on the Dubai dining scene in 2022. So much so, that it was named Time Out Dubai’s Best Italian Restaurant 2023. The food is stellar and the views of Burj Khalifa, twinkling through the massive floor-to-ceiling windows, add to the grandeur.
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Three huge restaurants, hundreds of global foodie favourites, top-notch live entertainment and free-flowing bubbly – Bubbalicious is Dubai’s most famous brunch with good reason. And the buffet superstar shows no sign of waning. Check out the latest with our Dubai brunch reviews.
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Think of a party brunch in Dubai and you’ll conjure up images of people in their 20s, in risqué outfits, ready to over-indulge, mingle and basically start clubbing come 3pm. From Secret Parties to Candypants, there are all sorts of brunches that cater specifically to this crowd. Seventh Heaven at Buddha-Bar does the same, but for the 40-plus group.
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