Fans of Lebanese food will be eagerly awaiting the launch of the first brunch from Antika Bar Dubai.

The Lebanese import will start its Friday brunch featuring live entertainment and plenty of traditional food from its homeland.

Beginning at 2pm, diners can enjoy a lavish mezze featuring Levantine staples such as hummus, moutabbal, shanklish, labneh, spicy potatoes, keshek with lahme, and fried kebbe.

Following the mezze, guests can enjoy main courses of grilled taouk skewers, kabab skewers, and arayes kafta, and traditional tabbouleh and fattoush.

There’s a number of Arabic desserts including mhallabiyeh and biscuit with raha to end the meal.

Antika Bar is known for its live entertainment and the brunch will be no different, with a traditional dabke show, a belly dancer, and a live performance by singer Wael Mouallem.

The Al Fattan Currency House concept brunch is from 2pm to 6pm each Friday and costs AED250 with soft drinks, AED350 for regular open bar, and AED450 for premium open bar.