The Street Art Brunch is back and it’s time for Vol II. It’s available only on Friday. Well, we haven’t tried Vol I and it was our first time visiting Nine7One at The Oberoi, Dubai.
Interiors are very classy and comfortable. The glass wall on one side gives plenty of sunlight and brightens the ambiance.
The Street art Brunch concept is to bring Street food from all over the world and serve it at one place. Some of the dishes were innovative and gourmet as well.
From India – The Pao bhaji burger and the dosa with purple potato were indeed very innovative and tasty. I enjoyed the dosa more than any other dish as it was crispy and came with terrific chutneys.
Keema Kulcha – Although the keema was a little bland for our taste, the kulchas were crisp on the outside and fluffy inside.
The French Croque Monsieur and the American Sliders are available if you’d like to gorge on some sandwiches and burgers.
There’s a lot of cheese on display if you’re a fan. It’s not any cheese but the finest. You must try the risotto smothered in cheese as well!
The Mexican street food brought its own station and flavor. All kind of burritos, nachos, quesadillas, and tacos were made fresh on order.
We got some chicken and vegetable quesadillas along with Soft tacos. Also, Special shout out to the Papaya Salad from Thailand. It was outstanding!
There was quite a collection of dessert and the theme was LOVE since Valentine’s was around the corner. The street theme carried to the desserts and we got Dragon breath and some Camel ice cream.
We enjoyed the chocolate pastries with raspberry and the trifle. There was a lot of candy and chocolate fountain as well.
The Street art brunch has a lot of Street food to offer but we were still hoping to find some main course. The taste is more gourmet so don’t expect the literal street food. The price of the Brunch is AED 300 with non-alcoholic drinks which a lot more than the average price for a good Friday brunch. If you are a fan of fine food and street food, this is the place for you!
This sounds amazing but for a brunch that doesn’t offer mains, this seems a bit pricey.
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