“We have come up with a selection of dishes that we know kids love to eat so they can have a go at preparing the dishes themselves” said Oukba Nafai food and beverage director, Taj Palace Hotel Dubai “The whole activity is supervised by our chefs and is designed to be educational as well as fun. We have even created chef’s whites for them to wear whilst they are cooking so they get to feel the part and stay clean at the same time”
In addition to the Little Chefs activity corner the hotel has also created a kids action zone with bouncy castle, face painting, cartoons and Play Station to keep kids of all ages entertained. The hotel will also be offering a behind-the-scenes look at hotel life with a tour of the Taj Palace facilities and departments.
The brunch features the best dishes from the hotel’s dining outlets – Handi, Sakura and Topkapi and is priced at Dhs 139 inclusive of soft drinks. In addition to main courses such as chicken biryani and mixed grill there is a carving station Peking duck, Shawarma and Ouzi. There is also a pasta station and a teppanyaki grill serving salmon, hammour, prawns, chicken and beef tenderloin.
The Friday brunch runs from 12 noon to 4 pm every week.
Specially created with the discerning business and leisure traveller in mind, Taj Palace Hotel Dubai offers 159 of some of the largest executive rooms and suites in the city. It has 90 serviced apartments and five multi-cuisine restaurants namely Handi, the award winning Indian restaurant, Sakura, the Japanese restaurant, the Italian Verdi and the Arabic Topkapi. A health club with its two rooftop pools and the Taj Spa make up the wellness offering.
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