Business As Usual at ZUMA during Ramadan

Published July 21st, 2010 - 08:23 GMT

ZUMA will be open throughout Ramadan, with an irresistible brunch menu that the whole family can enjoy.

The popular Baikingu Brunch will be available on Fridays during Ramadan, with a new selection available from the award-winning à la carte menu. The lavish brunch includes starters and sushi from the sushi counter, followed by the à la carte option of a selection of skewers and a main course, prepared fresh and brought to the table.

Brunch has become an institution in Dubai, where it is equally as popular as evening dining. Given the international and cosmopolitan clientele to which ZUMA caters, it is important that there is something to offer for all of our guests and that includes those who are not fasting.

During Ramadan, when many venues are closed until sunset, ZUMA continues trading as usual with its Ebisu lunch, served Saturday to Thursday, and Friday brunch.

With a strong emphasis on family dining, ZUMA offers a supervised Kids' Corner at its Friday brunches to allow the whole family to enjoy the experience. During Ramadan, children can enjoy sweets from Candylicious at Dubai Mall, which has partnered with ZUMA to create a fun and friendly children's playing area. They also offer a selection of Candylicious treats to all the children who come to play.

The Friday brunch dessert counter also caters to those with a sweet tooth, laden with favourites such as macaroons, chawan mushi, crepes, cakes, exotic fruit and much more.

The Ramadan Brunch is priced at AED 265, including non alcoholic beverages, ZUMA cleansers and boosters. Reservations are recommended. Children under the age of 12 eat for free (one child per paying adult). 

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