Where To Celebrate Easter In Dubai

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Mott 32

For those who celebrate, Easter is a time of joy and togetherness. There are plenty of ways to celebrate across the city this weekend, including on Easter Sunday – 31 March – itself. Here, MOJEH rounds-up eight restaurants presenting special offerings for the occasion.

Mott 32

World-renowned Chinese restaurant Mott 32 is hosting an Easter edition of its popular Saturday brunch, revamping the offerings to include a Pecking Duck station in addition to themed desserts (think: an elevated take on an Easter egg and decadent carrot cake). You will also find a generous, family-style menu including a selection of starters, dim sum and mains, from black charcoal king prawn har gow and fried soft shell crab to steamed black cod and wok-fried chicken with sweet basil. 30 March Book now

Tasca by José Avillez

Savour an afternoon steeped in tradition at Tasca, where generational recipes and Michelin flair come together. The family friendly, sharing-style brunch highlights Portuguese tradition through crispy cod cakes, roasted octopus and slow-roasted lamb as well as a decadent selection of desserts, served after sobremesa – that is, a post-meal rest. Now that is something we can get on board with. 31 March. Book now

Dinner by Heston Blumenthal

The new kid on the block has already been awarded a Michelin star for its stellar cuisine which takes diners on a culinary journey through British history. For Easter, the four-course menu draws inspiration from flavours dating back to 13th-century Britain and boasts frumenty grilled octopus, lamb and cucumber, Heston’s famous Meat Fruit and whimsical themed dishes. 29 March to 1 April. Book now

LPM Restaurant & Bar Dubai

Celebrate Easter at LPM Restaurant & Bar Dubai with special dishes served alongside its much-loved á la carte menu. Tuck into feta cheese-topped ratatouille, tuna tartare with potato gauffrettes, rack of lamb or grilled red mullet, all completed with a beautifully presented (and equally delicious) dessert simply dubbed ‘the egg.’ Young diners can enjoy an egg-painting workshop on the terrace and chocolate treats. 31 March. Book now

Netsu by Ross Shonhan

Netsu gives its celebrated brunch menu an Easter makeover for 31 March, offering an array of sharing-style Japanese cuisine including salmon tacos, maki rolls, Australian wagyu ribeye and an Instagrammable dessert platter. Take a spot on the sun-dappled terrace and indulge in the special bubbly package to elevate your afternoon. 31 March. Book now

The Guild

Have you been searching for an elevated take on traditional British fare? The Guild, the multi-concept DIFC hotspot, is offering an English roast of either slow-roasted lamb, beef striploin or corn-fed chicken accompanied by roasted potatoes and all the trimmings this Easter. You can opt for a main-only experience or a three-course affair, the latter of which includes a starter and traditional dessert. Round-out the afternoon with a grape-pairing menu. 31 March. Book now


Moving its adored Saturday BB Brunch to Sunday to mark the occasion, Beefbar presents an adorable themed dessert to accompany its usual culinary offerings. Enjoy the playful treat – chocolate eggs atop an intricate nest – and add a grown-up edge with a specially curated cocktail infused with banana, chocolate and vanilla. Children can also enjoy the afternoon, staying busy with workshops, egg hunts and entertainment. 31 March. Book now

Signor Sassi

The latest gem to open on the Palm Jumeirah, Signor Sassi celebrates Easter with a four-course culinary offering of traditional Italian flavours, dubbed Menu di Pasqua. Kicking off with antipasti, the afternoon sees a pasta course followed by mains of chilean sea bass with clams, lamb chops or wagyu beef fillet in porcini mushroom sauce, all concluding with the traditional Colomba Pasquale con Marscapone dessert. 30 and 31 March, lunch and dinner. Book now

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