Best Easter Brunch Spots in Dubai

Easter Brunch Spots in Dubai Worth Skipping Breakfast For

Fan of colorful events? My nieces and nephews are all over it. Every Easter Sunday, my sister’s on the prowl for awesome spots to take the little rascals because they’re dead set to get their chocolate bunny. Little do they know, I’m just as keen!

So every year, I’m scratching my head trying to figure out where to whisk them off. But after a few Easters have come and gone, I’ve managed to whip up a nifty little guide on where to find some “egg-citing” brunches and activities each year. Keep reading!

Where are the best Dubai brunch places for Easter?

City Social

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Address: Grosvenor House, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Dubai – Al Emreef St – Dubai Marina – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact Details: +971 4 402 2222, [email protected] 

Brunch Hours: 

  • Easter Sunday – 1 PM to 5 PM

Pricing: AED 500+ per person


City Social nails the Easter brunch vibe with a blend of elegance and foodie delights in Dubai. I appreciate Chef Jason Atherton’s creations because there are lots of flavors to choose from!

For a good variety, I recommend the seafood, juicy steaks, and cheese galore. If you want to try something new, my top picks also include salmon and caviar starters. 

Of course, I love me some white chocolate and coconut panna cotta for dessert, and I bet you might too!

The Boardwalk

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Address: Dubai Creek Resort – Port Saeed – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact Details: +971 4 205 4647, [email protected] 

Brunch Hours: 

  • Easter Sunday – 1 PM to 4 PM

Pricing: AED 410 per person

The Boardwalk is the place for Easter brunch fun with laid-back vibes and skyline views. You can enjoy gourmet cheeses, sizzling grills, and the star: the Chocolate Bunny Village dessert counter!

What’s more, I adore the skyline views and laid-back vibes. In my opinion, everything looks so fancy here, which may also be perfect for a romantic brunch date. 

Spike Bar

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Address: Emirates Golf Club – Emirates Hills 2 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact Details: +971 4 417 9842, [email protected] 

Brunch Hours: 

  • Easter Sunday – 1 PM to 4 PM

Pricing: AED 400 per person

Spike Bar sets the scene for an epic Easter brunch in Dubai. You’ll get a roast feast with heaps of veggies and a buffet just for the little ones. The best thing for me is diving into live cooking stations for DIY delights, along with the gin cart for some tasty sips!

There’s also a popcorn machine to keep everyone smiling! And if that’s not enough to make the kids happy, I love that this place has a petting zoo too—brunch bliss for the whole family!


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Address: Address Sky View – Tower 2 – Level 54, Address Sky View Hotel – Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Blvd – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact Details: +971 4 582 6111, [email protected] 

Brunch Hours: 

  • Easter Sunday – 12:30 PM to 4 PM

Pricing: AED 500 to 800 per person


CÉ LA VI promises an Easter brunch unlike any other. For one, I find it incredible that the restaurant offers Michelin-approved delights and stunning views—perfect for a casual yet classy gathering. 

I believe you’ve got to try the black truffle sushi rice risotto or the refreshing burrata (soft cow’s milk cheese) salad. You may also feast on the braised lamb neck or savor the simplicity of the crispy calamari. 

But if you’re overwhelmed with the many options, don’t fret! I suggest going for the cold mezze (small dishes) with buns, for a delightful variety. 

Twine Restaurant

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Address: ibis World Trade Centre Dubai – Dubai World Trade Centre – Al Mustaqbal St – Trade Centre – Trade Centre 2 – Dubai – United Arab Emirates

Contact Details: +971 56 860 7263, [email protected] 

Brunch Hours: 

  • Easter Sunday – 12 PM to 4 PM

Pricing: AED 250 per person

Twine Restaurant offers an Easter feast designed for family sharing. From live cooking stations to sweet Mediterranean desserts, every bite celebrates togetherness.

It’s an Easter extravaganza too! I think it’s adorable that the kids can hunt for chocolate eggs, get their faces painted, and enjoy storytelling sessions. It’s an immersive experience!