Swissotel Al Ghurair announces new party-themed Play House kids’ brunch

Swissotel Al Ghurair

Dedicated to ensuring that guests of all ages are well catered for, Swissotel Al Ghurair will be hosting a new party-themed Play House kids’ brunch, with treats, sweets, games, cooking classes and much more, on Fridays, from 12:30 until 16:00 at Liwan restaurant.

Ideal for the whole family, the Play House kid’s brunch offers plenty of fun and delicious food. Swissôtel Al Ghurair’s culinary team will prepare a selection of seasonal, tasty, healthy and high-quality food options, including Vietnamese Spring Roll and Asian Stations, as well as desserts and tasty treats. Children’s favourites will be on offer at the brunch’s special Kids’ Food Hub buffet, such as pizza, a mini burger station, ice lollipops and a chocolate fountain. Healthy dishes will include steamed broccoli, fresh tomato basil soup, steamed or grilled chicken breast and frozen yoghurt with fresh seasonal fruit, while an extra special Kid’s Mocktlicious cart will present children with funky drinks.

Youngsters will have the opportunity to learn how to prepare and make their favourite dishes with the help of the Swissôtel Al Ghurair’s team of chefs. The youngsters will join the hotel’s culinary stars as they explain a host of fun facts about the ingredients used. Each Friday, the Swissôtel Al Ghurair’s Pastry Maestro will pass on his sweet skills to the children during his fun-packed dessert-making class.

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While the parents relax and enjoy delicious food, children can also make the most of the Kids’ Town play area, complete with party games and entertainers, to keep the fun going all brunch long. Magic Shows, Bubble Shows, Jugglers, Puppet Shows, Face Painting, Clowns and Dancers, the latest Nintendo Wii games, balloon bending, art activities, bean bags and giant games such as Jenga and Tic Tac Toe, plus a popcorn and candy floss machine, await children in the play area. The area is monitored by cameras linked to a TV, so the parents can enjoy the afternoon while keeping a close eye on their children.