Bring your appetite for this hearty brunch 1 Reviews
The venue: A family-friendly all-day dining restaurant in Yas Viceroy for small groups. Large groups can enjoy iftar in the ballroom.
Iftar: An array of mezze, seafood, mixed grills and Emirati dishes. International dishes such as Thai beef salad and lamb stew will be available as well. There will also be pastries and desserts, complemented by traditional Ramadan juices, mint tea and Arabic coffee. Dhs165 per person. Until 10pm.
Suhoor: Yas Lounge and Skylite will be serving a special à la carte suhoor selection. The dishes will include baba ganoush, kibbeh and falafel, followed by a selection of mixed grills, makanek and soujok and desserts. Priced à la carte.
Bookings accepted: Yes. Offer throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan. Timings: Iftar until 10pm (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
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The Yas Hotel’s restaurants are often lambasted for their sterile interiors and flat atmosphere, but Origins manages to avoid these traps altogether. The buffet restaurant has plenty of bustle and is lively, while the superb spread is décor enough as far as we’re concerned. A nice balance is struck between the international and Arabic dishes, and while plenty of the predictable offerings make an appearance – mezze, meat and rice dishes – there are plenty of more unusual dishes to keep your meal interesting. The salads are inventive and kept ultra-fresh (you won’t find any soggy fatoush here) while a wide range of main courses will suit all tastes: spicy fish, creamy chicken and all sorts of fresh and healthy vegetarian options are laid out. Origins doesn’t put on a huge spread by any stretch of the imagination, but the space is well-used and the preparation thoughtful. Just make sure you leave room for some chocolate fountain fun at the end of your meal.
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