The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal launches Chef’s Brunch

The varied selection will include vegan dishes such as grilled 'carrot dogs'

The Friday brunch will feature dishes prepared by chefs at the live stations from 1pm to 4pm
The Friday brunch will feature dishes prepared by chefs at the live stations from 1pm to 4pm

The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal has launched a Chef’s Brunch activation at Giornotte.

The Friday brunch will feature dishes prepared by chefs at the live stations from 1pm to 4pm.

Dishes include the lobster thermidor and truffle risotto, Peruvian chicken breast, smoked veal belly and slow roasted Wagyu beef.

The brunch will also feature vegan dishes such as grilled vegan carrot dogs as well as gluten free pasta dishes.

Desserts include homemade chocolate bars, Belgian waffles and chocolate fountains.

Packages:
- Soft drink package AED 299
- House beverages package AED 399
- Bubbly package AED 599
- Vegan package inclusive of organic grapes AED 359
- Children’s package AED 90 (aged 6 to 11)

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