Review: Prime68 Steakhouse at JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai
Sizzling steaks, mouthwatering flavours, and lofty views of Dubai... This award-winning steakhouse has one sophisticated brunch!
19 June 2023
Tuck into an elegant feast with views of Dubai’s iconic skyline.
From perfectly grilled cuts to delicate accompaniments, this sophisticated steak brunch at Prime68 Steakhouse is an absolute delight. A culinary experience that elevated the art of brunching in Dubai to a new height - literally.
Located on the 68th floor of the stunning JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, guests are invited to enjoy tender cuts and exquisite flavours, paired with views of the Dubai cityscape. The ExpatWoman team tried their Saturday brunch, available from 1PM to 4PM, and here are our thoughts!
Prime68 Steakhouse offers the most spectacular views across the city. Located in one of the tallest five-star hotels on the globe, you really feel like you are on the top of the world.
This elegant steak restaurant with its beautiful décor also provides an outstanding selection of dishes; the Saturday brunch is a sharing affair. The starters included fresh oysters, steak tartare, and truffle-infused salads, which were all delightful.
Our main courses showcased what Prime68 does best: A stunning piece of steak beautifully cooked medium rare which melted in the mouth. This was complemented with a butter milk chicken along with a lobster platter, which made the perfect surf and turf. A selection of delicious side orders completed this perfect brunch.
There was little room left for dessert, but we couldn’t resist the crème brulee and chocolate ganache, which finished off the meal spectacularly.
We cannot recommend Prime68 Steakhouse enough, it's an incredible location with delectable food and a wonderful team looking after all your needs.
- Where: JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Business Bay, Dubai
- When: Brunch is every Saturday from 1PM until 4PM
- Price: AED 245 per person (inclusive of soft drinks) | AED 395 per person (inclusive of house beverages and sparkling grape).