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Drunch Brunch
Updated on 01 May 2016

Ongoing promotions at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre include the Hops & BBQ Friday Drunch at Warehouse, priced at Dhs 239 with unlimited wine, beer and house spirits, or Dhs 299 with unlimited beer, premium spirits and premium wine and bubbly. Don’t forget the favourite Yalumba Friday Brunch with a bottomless pouring of bubbly for Dhs 499, or why not tempt your taste buds with the Mahec Friday Brunch at Dhs 99 (non-alcoholic) or Dhs 125 with 2 glasses of wine, beer or house cocktails.

Call +971 (04) 7022455 or visit www.lemeridien-dubai.com.

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