Located at the Hilton DoubleTree
in Jumeirah Beach Residence, Ramusake, a London brand owned and spearheaded by nightlife entrepreneur, Piers Adams, presents a new dining concept consisting of a large selection of specially designed dishes that carry the modern ‘izakaya’ dining experience throughout the menu. Adding another string to its bow; Ramusake has opened its doors every Friday from 13.00pm for Sake Sessions, the new daytime hangout spot. Guests can expect to enjoy the usual ambience of the venue; whether they want to spend their afternoon inside the lounge restaurant or enjoy the best of Dubai’s weather on the Japanese garden terrace.
Where: Ramusake, Doubletree Hilton, JBR
Perfect for: A deep-house music brunch vibe
Sit back, relax and enjoy delicious beverages crafted by Ramusake’s resident mixologists until the sun sets.
Service: 10/10. Extremely professional and welcoming! Very easy to get a hold of a waiter even though the place is packed.
What we loved: There's always been a hype about Ramusake and this brunch experience certainly lived up to it. The food and service were definitely the most impressive. Great selection of starters, dumplings, and mains. For starters, you get to order unlimited edamame, sweet potato fries, and squid. The sweet potato fries are a MUST and the sauce it comes with it absolutely delicious, you can never get enough of it. Next, they bring a huge sushi platter to your table, salmon, tuna, etc. The salmon/avocado ones were our fave, the others were a bit too different in terms of taste for us, personally. Once that's done, you receive a bowl (4 pieces each) of seafood dumplings and chicken dumplings, these were mouthwatering!! Again, a must try if you're heading to Ramusake. Before desserts, they bring a tray of chicken skewers for everyone (2 trays - 10/12 pieces each), very tasty and well done. Overall, the food at this place is undoubtedly fantastic, highly recommend Ramusake if you're looking for some quality Japanese food in Dubai. What's also nice about this brunch is that they take orders until 5/6 pm even though the brunch says it ends at 4 pm.
What we didn’t like as much: One thing that was a little disappointing was the quantity of food sometimes. The dumplings should have been one bowl person, however it was just 3-4 bowls for a table of 15-17. Wish they had a better selection of sushi.
Ambiance: Super packed! Deep house music and good vibes for 3hrs+. The entertainment element is provided by guest DJ Paul Svenson spinning out Deep House tracks easing you in to the evening.
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Sunday – Wednesday 6.00pm – 2.00am
Thursday 1.00pm – 2.00pm
Friday – Saturday 12.00noon – 2.00am