dining friday brunch Go with the flow
Go with the flow
Updated on 01 May 2016

Fairmont The Palm invites you to the Ultimate Family Friday Brunch at Flow Kitchen. Choose from life’s Simple Pleasures, which includes the full breakfast brunch, fresh juices, tea and coffee (Dhs 255); a Luxurious Indulgence with the addition of selected house beverage and cocktails (Dhs 355); or the Palm Passion brunch with added sparkling (Dhs 455). The kids’ package is priced at Dhs 100 per child (six to 12 years) and includes the full breakfast brunch, soft drinks, mocktails, juices and two hours of activities from noon to 2pm.

Call +971 (04) 4573457 or email palm.dining@fairmont.com.

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