CLAY DUBAI'S SPECTACULAR PERUVIAN-JAPANESE BRUNCH - Middle East News 247
July 20, 2024
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CLAY DUBAI’S SPECTACULAR PERUVIAN-JAPANESE BRUNCH

CLAY Dubai, the award-winning Nikkei restaurant, proudly presents the launch of its vibrant new Saturday Brunch. Nestled on the picturesque Bluewater’s Island, CLAY offers an unforgettable experience where Japanese precision meets Peruvian flair.

Every Saturday, from 2pm to 5:30pm, guests are invited to indulge in an exquisite journey through live entertainment and delectable dishes. Starting from AED350, CLAY’s Brunch features a flavorful fusion of Peruvian-Japanese cuisine, with the option of three beverage packages: soft, signature, and premium. Boasting a delectable menu, diners can anticipate the likes of Sea Bream Ceviche, Nigiri, Tori Udon, and Niku Al Wok, alongside a selection of indulgent desserts, perfectly paired with free-flowing beverages.

The celebration doesn’t stop there. Post-brunch, the energy shifts to an exciting after-party full of energy starting at 5:30 PM. Guests can enjoy 4x house beverages for AED 150 or indulge in 4x cocktails for AED 250.

Designed to reflect the rich fusion of Japanese and Peruvian influences, CLAY’s ambiance serves as a testament to providing an immersive dining experience. With a resident DJ spinning captivating tunes, and entertainment that promises to keep the excitement flowing, CLAY’s artistically designed venue promises to transport guests to the vibrant heart of South America, offering glorious terrace views or vibrant indoor dining.

CLAY’S Brunch is available every Saturday from 2.00-5:30 PM followed by the after party that starts at 5:30 PM, and guests are encouraged to book ahead by calling +971 04 422 5600.

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