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Many things happened, but I’m back and ready to share the most exciting events, stories and news about food, history, art & culture in Dubai!
Did you know that we celebrate #Oktoberfest ?
Check out some of the best places where you can enjoy the traditional German festival.
Located on the Ground Floor at Steigenberger Hotel Business Bay, Brothaus is a German style cozy bistro with a casual and beautiful vibe.
I love breakfasts there. They have an amazing selection of freshly made breads, pastries and cakes!
Brothaus has an indoor green terrace that is covered during the hot months and open during the wonderful winter months!
This Oktoberfest, the terrace is transformed into a Bavarian garden with a special Oktoberfest menu, a lot of drinks deals (you can get beer, wine, or spirits for only 25AED every day!) and on weekends they have a special VolksFest Weekend Brunch.
The brunch is from 12pm to 5pm with Live DJ on Friday’s, stein holding competitions (check out the instructions videos they did!) for only 145AED.
I really look forward to join the celebrations and I highly recommend you a visit during the month of October, as the festival will run until the 31st.
A part from the breakfast I recommend you the German specials: The Schnitzel is probably the best in town, available on their regular menu and they have a special promotion on Wednesday’s where you can have it in different styles. The meat platters, curry wurst and different healthy options make the place a perfect spot to hang out with friends.
You can check their Instagram as they have an amazing feed and they always update any ongoing promotions.
Expect lively dancing, authentic German grub and a buzzing atmosphere as the massive tent transforms into all things Deutsche once again.
Dig out your lederhosen and get your chops around a pretzel at the air-conditioned tent from Wednesday October 10, when there will be a buffet, including a barbecue and soft drinks for Dhs199.
The celebration will run right through until Saturday October 27 with brunches every Saturday for Dhs249 with soft drinks and Dhs349 with hops and grapes.
On the days in between you can get stuck into an à la carte menu including authentic German dishes like kalbsbratwurst (veal sausages), spargel (asparagus), erdbeerschnitte (strawberry tart) or veal schnitzel, washed down with the finest German hops.
You’ll be served by traditionally-dressed waiters and waitresses, and the band, Die Kirchdorfer, will be flown in especially from Munich for the occasion.
Children are allowed at the Saturday brunch but for all other days it’s over 21s only. Brunch for children below 12 years of age is half price and children below six dine for free when accompanied by a paying adult.