As the city reawakens and resumes regular entertainment, Roberto’s is setting the tone for the summer season ahead with the relaunch of its weekend brunch at its home in Gate Village, DIFC.
Roberto’s Brunch will take place every Friday and Saturday from 1pm-4pm, in line with the recent government announcement on the recommencement of regular entertainment activities adhering to specific health and safety guidelines.
Offering an eclectic menu inspired by modern Italian cuisine with a subtle nod to global flavours, Roberto’s brunch comprises a three-course gastronomic extravaganza befitting the city’s movers and shakers and gastronomes alike. The menu will feature modern Italian dishes, served both sharing style and a la carte with vegetarian options also available.
To start, guests will be served a selection of warm and cold, Antipasti including Tuna Tartare with Avocado and Wasabi Cream, classic Burrata, or Slow Cooked Roasted Octopus, in addition to pasta dishes such as Homemade Fettuccine with Canadian lobster and Green Asaparagus and Wildforest Portobello Mushroom Risotto with Shaved Black Truffle.
For the main event, diners can choose from a selection of seafood and meat dishes such as Wagyu Tagliata and Oven-Baked Seabass in Sea Salt Crust. Ending the meal on a sumptuously sweet high is a sharing plate of desserts including Tiramisu, La Mela and Lemon e Lemon.
Roberto’s will continue to adhere to all regulations issued by Dubai’s Supreme Committee of Crisis and Disaster Management including the seating of a maximum of 10 guests per table, the operation of the restaurant at 70% capacity and the wearing of facemasks.
The brunch is priced at AED 295 for soft beverages / AED 445 – house pouring / AED 695 – sparkling and takes place on Fridays and Saturdays.