The Friday Feast Brunch Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai
Fridays just got a whole lot livelier at Feast, where brunch is back with a bang – and a brand-new musical backdrop.
The trio will interact with guests as they perform, making the fun, family-friendly vibe even more lively. They have a repertoire of 101 songs that diners can request, so there will be sounds to suit most musical tastes.
Chefs at live cooking stations can prepare food to customers’ liking, taking them on a culinary journey from the street markets of Malaysia and northern Indian villages to the chicest of Continental cities. They’ll also greet guests and pass around taster-sized portions of their creations, inspiring diners to expand their culinary horizons and experience dishes they might not otherwise choose. Don't miss signature dishes like the 'Lamb 26' (see recipe overleaf), beef wellington, 12 spiced cured salmon, and the beef rendang. Perfectly paired free-flowing beverages, including optional French fizz, will get the party going, and don’t forget to save room for something sweet. Also new for autumn is the chocolate table, a tantalising display of delectable cocoa-based desserts such as pralines, brownies, mud cake, cookies and mousse.
“With food stations serving cuisine from Europe, Arabia and Far East Asia, there are dishes to suit every palate – all the more reasons to make Feast your default Friday destination,” said Robert Chlopinski, Chef de Cuisine at Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai. Commenting on the exciting, new addition of The VA band to Feast’s brunch backdrop, Chef Robert expressed that “Feast offers a wealth of flavours from all over the world, so it makes sense to spice things up with equally eclectic entertainment.” Speaking of his team, he added that Feast’s chefs are of many nationalities and take pride in preparing authentic fare from their homelands. Each station will serve a signature dishes and handcrafted beverages inspired by a different region, while unusual choices will include such novel creations as 12-spiced salmon and ‘Lamb 26’.
Chefs at live cooking stations can prepare food to customers’ liking, taking them on a culinary journey from the street markets of Malaysia and northern Indian villages to the chicest of Continental cities."
NEED TO KNOW
Feast, Sheraton Grand Hotel, Dubai
Tel: (+971)2 509 8555
Friday 1pm to 4pm
Dhs325 with soft drinks
Dhs425 with house beverages
Dhs595 with Moët & Chandon