I found about Feast Friday Brunch when I bumped into them on my instagram account. Feast is one of the restaurants inside Sheraton Grand Hotel. Friday Brunch at Feast includes LIVE cooking stations that takes you through a culinary journey across the streets of Malaysia, into northern India and to the grand french chateaux. Most of you who’ve been to sheikh zayed road can’t miss this iconic glass building of Sheraton Grand Hotel that illuminates different colored light at night. Friday Brunch at Feast, Sheraton Grand Hotel is priced as below:
- Brunch including soft drinks AED 295
- Brunch including house beverages AED 395
- Brunch including Moët & Chandon AED 495
We had our Friday brunch in open air in their balcony with beautiful views of Sheikh Zayed road. Just opposite to me is the famous Trade Center(Dubai’s first tallest building). I remember back the old days we used to proudly bring visitors in front of this building and they would count all 33 floors of Trade Center. Time has changed and today it’s just another tall building on Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai.
The interior is good looking. I love their Wooden floors and tables. You could find different sized tables and chairs to suit your group. We got a perfect table for our family in their balcony. The restaurant is not big but medium sized in space. The moment you enter this restaurant you are teased by dazzling desserts counter. The buffet space is divided between different parts of the world where each part of the world showcasing the best they have to offer.
Don’t confuse the first picture for omelette, it’s actually seafood soup. Different and tasty 🙂 Their grass fed lamb/beef where upto the mark specially their angus beef burger. They had an interesting item called Lamb 26 which offered 3 different cuts of lamb along with 26 garnishes for you to eat with. So every table had this tray of 26 garnishes and you know they were having John Stone’s Lamb 26 :p
The chicken tandoori thighs marinated with curd, tamarind paste and pomegranate juice reduction was the highlight for me in the Indian Pavilion. Looked very attractive in its cute frying pan. The butter chicken was thick and tasty, although I felt chicken tandoori was more supple and tender compared to the chicken pieces in butter chicken. Their Naans were crisp and upto the mark, thankfully there were not chewy. Vegetable biriyani was also available but didn’t try them. They even had the traditional indian spicy chaat which gives you the taste of real India 😉
Seafood was the best part for me at Feast. They were really fresh and tasted just out of the sea. You need to try their Kelly Galway oysters which was one of the best I’ve had. Their mussels were fantastic, had lot of them for my Friday brunch. There were shrimps as well. In other words, seafood taste best here and I’ve seen guests taking complete advantage of it 😉
Malaysian street food is where you get some stir fry, dim sums and others which you would typically find on the streets of Malaysia. You must definitely try their Beef braised with coconut curry, thick spicy and perfect for an indian like me. Also they made fresh dessert called the ice kacang which you normally would find in Singapore streets more often.
Dessert cannot be missed by anyone here as they had it stretched across a long table and you keep bumping into it while you pick your mains and others at Friday brunch. I’ve seen them make fresh doughnuts while I was there and surely that’s something you must try. They’ve got a huge collection of cakes, pastries, doughnuts and most importantly a dedicated dessert section for kids. By the way, they also serve fresh bread and cheese. They were a few arabic selection but nothing really enticing.
To know more about Feast brunch in Sheraton Grand Hotel, Please click here to visit their official page. Click on pictures below to view them in full screen view: