UAE is known for brunches and there’s a hundred brunch options you can pick from. But, before you book a table for brunch this weekend, you’ve got to know about Oliva’s ‘Brunch By The Beach’. Beach and brunch always make a great combo, and we’re sure this won’t go wrong!
Tuck In A Wide Range Of Authentic Dishes From Palestine
UAE’s popular homegrown beach resort, Banan Beach, in Ras Al Khaimah is launching an all-new brunch featuring the flavours of Palestine. Instantly transporting you to the streets of Greece, the venue has it all for a perfect weekend brunch with fam. The brunch launches this month on Saturday, 28 January, from 12 Noon- 4.30 PM. The brunch is priced at AED 200 per person.
The brunch taking place at their pool area called The Human Club and is open to adults only. Foodies can enjoy delicacies from live cooking and buffet style, serving a wide range of authentic dishes from Palestine. On the menu, you’ll find Bamiya/Okra, Mojadara, Maqloubeh, Mosakhan, Maftol, Kafta tahini, Makshi/kusa bin Laban, Malfuf/ waraanap, and more. Besides, a live DJ will set the party mood with the latest house, international and some Arabic numbers for the party.
Banan beach is known for its super Instagrammable, laid-back beach town vibe and offers a great weekend outing with your loved ones to enjoy the glorious UAE weather months.
Located at Al Hamra just an hour’s drive from Dubai, Banan Beach is inspired by both UAE and Palestine and is the ultimate escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. The beach offers different accommodation options suitable for single, double, and large groups and families from single tents, lofts, chalets with a Jacuzzi and plenty of pools, bars, and restaurants, plus a self-cooking barbecue spot too with a massive private beach. The property is also pet-friendly and welcomes fur babies of all kinds.
And, in case you didn’t know, Banan Beach is named after its Founder Banan Abdalla, a Palestinian/ Canadian entrepreneur who is passionate about sharing his homeland roots, traditions, and culture with the rest of the world. The brunch itself is named after the 1,100-year-old Olive Tree a staple at Banan Beach and many Palestinian households.
Address: Banan Beach, RAK
Timings: 12pm to 4.30pm
Date: January 28
COST: AED 200 per person for unlimited food and beverages
Contact: (0)7 235 3566