dining friday brunch All that jazz
All that jazz
Updated on 01 May 2016

Seasons Restaurant at Pullman Dubai JLT offers the Friday Jazz Brunch featuring an extensive selection of international cuisine and live music by renowned South African singer and guitarist, Ezra. Prices are Dhs 225 (free flow soft beverages) or pay an extra Dhs 95 for unlimited house beverages. Children below six years dine free and those between six and 12 years receive 50% discount.

Call +971 (04) 5671100 or visit www.pullmanhotels.com.

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