Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel and Towers is offering a pre Christmas Friday Brunch on the 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd of December at the Vivaldi Restaurant.
This year the chefs at Vivaldi are creating a “Grand Epicurean Brunch Menu” to savour and cherish the wonderful moments of this year.
Feast on a sumptuous spread of appetizing Norwegian smorgasbord, Antipasti, salads & soups.
Savour the culinary pristine of popular north & central European cuisine this festive season with delicacies like “Hungarian Goulash”, “Roasted Duck with spiced orange & cinnamon sauce”, “Fillet mignon with goose liver”, “Seafood Pojarski” & home made “Beef Wellington on the Carvery”.
Catch these moments before they are gone …. As these 4 Fridays will surely never come again
Service: 12:00noon to 3:30pm
AED 250.00 inclusive of bubbly
AED 195.00 inclusive of soft beverages only
AED 097.50 for children of 6-11 years of age 50% and for children of 0-5 years of age the menu is free
For more information or for reservations please call, +971 4 207 1410
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