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Friday Brunch at The Ivy for AED 275

The Ivy, located on the ground floor of Emirates Towers Boulevard, is introducing a Friday brunch beginning on 18 November bringing elements of the relaxed London weekend brunch and the ever-popular New York brunch to Dubai.

Priced at AED275 and running from 12 noon – 4pm, The Ivy brunch will be a relaxed and family-friendly affair. Choose between a Bellini or a Virgin Mary upon arrival and begin a lazy afternoon with a basket of freshly baked breads, mini muffins, freshly-ground coffee and a selection of international weekend newspapers and magazines.

Catch up with friends and family over a choice of three courses. Whet the appetite with a round of eggs Benedict or half a dozen rock oysters, before moving onto a hearty roast beef and Yorkshire pudding main course or some delicious potato gnocchi with mozzarella, slow cooked tomatoes and basil. Treat yourself to a weekend pudding with dishes including a white chocolate cheesecake with lemon or apple pie with custard.

Children are catered for with their own menu, featuring tasty miniature versions of dishes from The Ivy a la carte menu. And, children under 10 years dine for free.

Mineral water, tea and coffee are all included in the price, with cocktails including Pimm’s and bloody Mary’s available to order and priced individually.

Soft racing green leather banquettes, signature oak paneling combined with contemporary pieces from the region’s leading artists make The Ivy a beautiful setting for a relaxing and indulgent weekend.

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