The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai’s London Social Brunch is back

The brunch features live performances, servings based from Britain and crafted beers

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai’s London Social Brunch is back
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai’s London Social Brunch is back

The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai’s London Social brunch at Caravan restaurant is set to come back every Friday from 1pm to 4pm, starting 6 September, 2019.

London Social features live duo performances of old and new British classics, dishes using spices of Banglatown, Brixton and Little Beirut to the stalls of Chinatown, Little Italy and the Borough Market.

With over 12 live cooking stations, London’s favorite dishes will be complemented with Britain’s favorite cocktails and craft beers.

The brunch features three packages – Jubilee inclusive of non-alcoholic shandies, mocktails, juices and soft drinks, Victoria inclusive of signature summer cups, selection of mixed house beverages, craft hops, grape, spirits and sparkling grape and finally, Piccadilly inclusive of signature summer cups, selection of mixed house beverages, craft hops, spirits, grape and premium sparkling.

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