Palermo offers delectable dining options
Dubai, January 26, 2008
Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club is offering delectable dining options at Palermo Restaurant.
The Club, a premier destination for polo, equestrian and lifestyle enthusiasts within Emaar’s prestigious Arabian Ranches community and part of the Emaar Hospitality Group, has revived its Friday brunch offers, the restaurant said in a statement.
Offering impressive views of the polo fields, the Palermo restaurant makes for a perfect weekend retreat, it added.
Palermo is located within the unique Spanish hacienda-styled clubhouse at the Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club and has a large capacity for up to 350 guests. Offering al fresco options too, the Palermo Friday brunch is an ideal environment for family and friends to meet over a delectable spread of food and beverages.
“Palermo Restaurant blends the goodness of traditional hospitality with excellence in food and service thus creating a truly relaxing casual dining experience,” said Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club General Manager Karim Klaa. “Palermo’s Friday brunch is a refreshingly different experience featuring an international buffet with live cooking stations and the best children’s entertainment.”
The Friday brunch at the Palermo restaurant starts at Dh130 per person including unlimited soft drinks, and Dh179 per person including unlimited house beverages, available from noon until 3:30pm, the club said.
Located 15 minutes away from Dubai’s city centre, the Dubai Polo and Equestrian Club extends over 68 acres of desert landscape. Apart from polo, regarded as the Sport of Kings, the Club hosts show jumping and dressage, horse riding and desert hacking. It has 336 stables, 25 paddocks, two polo fields, one practice field and two riding/ show jumping arenas. – TradeArabia News Service
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