dining whats on Not an early bird? Try Waka's night brunch
Not an early bird? Try Waka's night brunch
Updated on 06 June 2017

While the idea of brunch sounds good, the waking up bit…not so good! To meet the needs of night owls, Dubai’s newest Latin American restaurant, Waka, has launched its night brunch. The Friday affair (from 8.30pm to 11.30pm) features the best of Latin American cuisine with a set menu of dishes inspired by summer flavours and fresh seasonal harvests. Brunch packages are priced at Dhs 200 (food and soft drinks), Dhs 350 (food and house beverages) and Dhs 400 (food, house beverages and bubbly). Waka is located at The Oberoi, Dubai. Call 04-4441455. www.wake.ae

 

 

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