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OPA brings back its legendary brunch for another season

OPA has revamped its Greek nights to offer a new experience with the relaunch of its Summer Edition Brunch. The Mediterranean hotspot is set to create the ultimate island-hopping fantasy for those lusting for a Greek holiday without leaving Dubai. OPA Brunch is an exclusive experience taking place only twice a month on Saturdays throughout the summer, bringing the best of the restaurant’s infamous Hellenic cuisine and beloved celebratory entertainment. Guests can expect delicious food made with endless flurry of love and passion, firmly rooted in tradition. From sharing style appetizers, such as crispy lamb hummus, Tzatziki and Spicy Feta to fresh Greek Salads and traditional home-made meat pie. Main courses offer a choice of a whole fresh roasted Sea Bass, a grilled marinated Chicken Kontosouvli or a lush Lobster Orzo. Finally, a selection of OPA desserts are available to tantalize the taste buds. OPA Brunch starts atAED 375 for basic packages and AED 425 for premium packages with limited seating taking place twice a month.

Myrra introduces brand new “Finde En Familia” brunch

The picturesque beach restaurant Myrra has introduced the “Finde En Familia” brunch – a Sunday feast inspired by the comforting Spanish ritual where friends and families gather over a wholesome meal on a weekly basis.

The Sunday afternoon brunch menu consists of an array of Mediterranean comfort foods and sharing style Spanish cuisine favorites – beginning with a diverse selection of sharing starters– a choice of the popular Myrra salad and Greek Salad, a fresh Tuna Carpaccio, Kataifi Wrapped Feta Cheese, and Peinirli – an open pie style filled with Tomato and Kasseri Cheese. Guests are then introduced to a range of main courses, from Pollo A La Brasa – marinated baby chicken, to a 48-hour braised Lamb shoulder – Kleftiko, Salmon Souvlaki with tomato confit and potato terrine, and a hearty favorite – Vegetable Moussaka. For those looking to feast the traditional Spanish style, a choice between Chicken & Beef Chorizo Paella and Mixed Seafood Paella Fideua is perfect for sharing between 4 guests. For a perfectly sweet ending, desserts offer a delicate Pineapple Carpaccio topped off with Greek yogurt, crispy filo pastry Milopita served with vanilla cream & apple caramel sauce, and Spain’s favorite Torrija toast served with earthy hazelnut crème Anglaise and chocolate ice cream are among the Myrra’s fan favorites. For the young diners, the chef has curated a special menu to appeal to the young crowd for an additional AED 100 per young diner. Sunday brunches packages start at AED 300 for classic beverage package and AED 350 for premium package.


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