dining friday brunch Surf and turf
Surf and turf
Updated on 01 May 2016

Whether you’re a seafood lover or meat connoisseur, prepare to have your culinary world turned upside-down at The Shangri-La Surf & Turf Brunch, every Friday. Enjoy an endless choice of delectable fare and free-flowing drinks for Dhs 240 (soft beverages), Dhs 345 (house beverages) or Dhs 590 (including bubbly). This is available at Dunes Café, Shangri-La Hotel, Dubai.

Call +971 (04) 4052703 or email f&breservations.sldb@shangri-la.com.

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