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Iftar offers during Ramadan 2017

Ramadan Guide Lines

"Ramadan Mubarak" and "Ramadan Kareem" are greetings used to offer your wishes for RRamadan. (kareem means generous and mubarak means blessings).

Suhoor is the meal in the morning just before sunrise - it is usually a light meal.

Iftar is the time of the evening meal just after sunset, traditionally a light snack of dates and water, although this might no be so obvious in Dubai.

Ramadan is the holy month of the Muslim calendar year. It is the 9th month of the year. All Muslims are required to fast during the month of Ramadan. A fast is a ritual which starts early in the morning Just before the sunrise and end right after the sunset, one must not drink or eat any thing durng fast and also avoid any activity that may be considered sinful un ethical or lude. Hence the Muslims observe this month as a complete prayers month.

This year like the previous years all the major restaurants have many delicious menus ffor the holy feast of Iftar This in a non exhaustive list of places where you can enjoy an excellent Iftar while Enjoing the life of Dubai.

At Travel & Culture Services we also offer special arrangements fro groups to have iftar in the desert or any other unique activity please feel free to contact us for any group or team building arrangement.

Iftars options in Downtown Dubai and Business Bay

Address Boulevard
Decorated specially to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan, Boulevard Ballroom will offer a dedicated iftar menu and communal long table. Presented in a very family-friendly style, the menu features traditional dishes with a modern touch from the Fertile Crescent.
Dhs. 250 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. The Address Boulevard Ballroom, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai. website : www.theaddress.com/en/hotels/the-address-boulevard-dubai/index.aspx (Phone: 04 561 8888).

Al Fanous Lounge
Al Fanous Lounge is set up within the existing Dubai Ballroom at the JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, converting the entire venue into a majlis. An iftar buffet will be accompanied by a live oud player.
Dhs. 199 per person, 50% for kids aged seven-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. JW Marriott Marquis Dubai Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay. website : www.jwmarriottmarquisdubailife.com (Phone: 04 414 3000).

Almayass
This Lebanese and Armenian will be serving up an array of traditional iftar dishes, including hot and cold mezze, slow-cooked lamb, oriental sweets and fresh fruits. There’s a minimum of three guests per booking.
Dhs. 185 per person. Daily from sunset-1am. Sofitel Downtown Dubai, (Phone: 04 338 7772).

Armani/Amal
A choice of four-course menus at this Indian restaurant, where traditional mezze will be followed by a selection of spiced dishes including murgh makhni, gosht biryani, dal makhni, punjabi samosa, gulab jamun, saffron rasmalai and more.
Dhs. 290 per person, 50% for kids aged five-11, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset. Armani Hotel Dubai , Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai, website : www.armanihoteldubai.com (Phone: 04 888 3666).

Armani/Deli
Al fresco dining and Italian market vibes at the Armani Hotel for iftar, with a four-course sharing menu including saffron arancini with hummus and oregano, and kaffir risotto with shrimps and asparagus.
Dhs. 250 per person, 50% for kids aged five-11, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset. Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai, website : www.armanihoteldubai.com (Phone: 04 888 3666).

Armani/Ristorante
An Italian slant on iftar, featuring a four-course menu including seared prawns with sweet pea purée, grilled lamb with herbs, potato and pistachio, signature dessert sphera with rosewater mousse and lots more.
Dhs. 290 per person, 50% for kids aged five-11, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset. Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai, website : www.armanihoteldubai.com (Phone: 04 888 3666).

Awani Levant Cuisine
Iftar offering a buffet filled with Middle Eastern and Levantine dishes including cold and hot mezze, soups, main dishes and chef specials, and traditional Arabian desserts. Shisha is also available.
Dhs. 125 per person. Daily from sunset-3am. The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (Phone: 04 243 2758).

Bayside Restaurant & Terrace
This vibrant buffet restaurant offers a contemporary reflection of global cuisine serving freshly prepared dishes, including a variety of European, Asian and Arabic dishes cooked at live cooking stations.
Dhs. 165 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-11pm. Steigenberger Hotel, Business Bay (Phone: 04 369 0000).

Bombay Brasserie
An iftar replicating the heritage of Indian gastronomy. The menu includes naan bakarkhani, kofta shahi mahi, kebab baida murg and biryani mahi.
Dhs. 225 per person. Daily from sunset-11.30pm. Taj Hotel, Business Bay, taj.tajhotels.com (Phone: 04 438 3222).

Boulevard Kitchen
Set in a modern Arabesque environment, iftar focuses on a broad range of culinary influences, which includes a variety of traditional dishes and hand-crafted beverages. Traditional, family-friendly venue includes games such as backgammon and cards.
Dhs. 180 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-9pm. Manzil Downtown, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (Phone: 04 423 8899).

Downtown TOKO
À la carte menu featuring Hong Kong-style seabass, smoked wagyu beef strip loin and a crab and caviar roll.
Prices vary. Sat-Tue sunset-1am, Wed-Fri sunset-2am. Vida Downtown, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, website : www.downtowntoko.com (Phone: 04 442 8383).

Ewaan
The iftar tent at Ewaan will be serving a classic buffet of Arabian delicacies. Shisha will be also be available, while a live oud player will be providing entertainment.
Dhs. 255 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-9pm. Palace Downtown, Downtown Dubai, website : www.mydubairamadan.com (Phone: 04 428 7951).

Fuschia
Fresh and healthy contemporary Thai cuisine. Dine in the restaurant from sunset onwards with a menu offering dishes such as a tom yum with chicken soup, papaya salad, choo chee fish, and sticky mango rice.
Dhs. 65 per person. Daily from sunset-11pm. Building 4, Bay Square, Business Bay (Phone: 04 453 5403).

Gunaydin
Souk Al Bahar’s newest addition is taking a variety of Turkish delicacies to Dubai for iftar during the Holy Month. Experience a broad range of cheeses, salads, soups, mezzes, meats and desserts. There’s also an à la carte menu should you prefer, plus live cooking stations and an open kitchen.
Dhs. 220 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai (Phone: 04 554 0700).

Jodhpur Royal Dining
An eight-course vegetarian and non-vegetarian menu, providing an alternative take on traditional Indian cuisine, featuring Arabic ingredients such as beans, garlic, lamb and katafi. Expect high-quality Indian classics, plus a variety of mocktails.
Dhs. 199 per person. Daily from sunset-2am. Roda Al Murooj, Downtown Dubai (Phone: 04 355 9846).

Karat
Authentic Arabic dishes, sweet delights and Ramadan juices create iftar at the transformed lobby lounge at The Address Dubai Mall. The à la carte menu will also be available for guests during Iftar.
Dhs. 160 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-10.30pm. The Address Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai, website : www.mydubairamadan.com (Phone: 04 438 8888).

Kenza
Offering up an iftar buffet to share at sunset. Break the fast with a range of traditional dishes including kebab, lamb ouzi and Arabic desserts. Groups of ten or more benefit from a reduced price of Dhs. 89 per person.
Dhs. 149 per person, Dhs. 89 per person in groups of ten or more. Daily from sunset-10pm. Ramada Downtown, Downtown Dubai, website : www.ramadadowntowndubai.com (Phone: 04 303 9472).

KrisKros
Open fast with a three-course set menu iftar including lentil soup, traditional fattoush, and hummus. Enjoy a main courses including taouk platters, beef brochette platters, chicken shawarma platters and beef shawarma platters. Top it off with a platter of kellaj for dessert.
Dhs. 100 per person. Daily from sunset. Boulevard Plaza Tower II, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, website : www.kriskros.com (Phone: 04 453 9994).

Leila
A three-course set menu iftar spread includes chicken vermicelli, lentil soup, fattoush, baba ghanoush, hummus, fried cheese rolls, makanek, mixed grills and Ramadan juices.
Dhs. 145 per person. Daily from sunset. Clarens Tower, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (Phone: 04 448 3384).

Na3Na3
Authentic Middle Eastern flavours with an extensive menu of traditional delicacies, desserts and Ramadan beverages including Juices, Arabic coffee and Moroccan tea. Shisha will also be available.
Dhs. 240 per person, 50% for kids aged six-11, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. The Address Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai, website : www.mydubairamadan.com (Phone: 04 438 8888).

The Courtyard
This historical-Arabian restaurant focuses on bringing a broad, traditional and comprehensive iftar. Traditional games will be available, plus shisha from 9pm onwards.
Dhs. 180 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-9pm. Manzil Downtown, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (Phone: 04 423 8899).

Tesoro
Expect Arabian and Indian iftar dishes, including lamb ouzi, shawarma and live cooking stations, all accompanied by traditional Arabic juices and mocktails.
From Dhs. 195 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under five. Taj Hotel, Business Bay, taj.tajhotels.com (Phone: 04 438 3111).

Treehouse
Treehouse will be transformed into a Greenhouse over the summer, with a transparent, fully air-conditioned glass tent. An à la carte menu will be available after sunset, while board games and shisha will be served throughout summer.
Prices vary. Daily from sunset-2am. Taj Hotel, Burj Khalifa Street, Business Bay, website : www.treehousedubai.com (Phone: 04 438 3100).

Vida Downtown
Chef James Knight-Pacheco will be serving up a range of Arabian-inspired dishes including a live saj station and pizza oven where guests can customize their meals. Guests can move onto the terrace or pool deck, fully fitted with air coolers, to enjoy traditional Ramadan beverages and an array of shisha flavours.
Dhs. 185 per person, Dhs. 95 for kids aged five-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-11pm. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, website : www.vida-hotels.com (Phone: 04 428 6888).

Zahr El-Laymoun
This cosy restaurant boasts stunning views of the Dubai Fountains, while serving an open buffet including soup, salad, cold mezze, 15 daily dishes and Arabic sweets. Shisha is also available.
Dhs. 95 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. Emaar Square, Downtown Dubai. website : www.zahrellaymoun.com (Phone: 04 4512 8999).

Iftars in Dubai Marina, JBR and Media City

By Time Out Dubai staff
11 May 2017
Iftars in Dubai Marina, JBR and Media City
Accents Restaurant
A traditional iftar buffet selection featuring international influences, including cold and hot mezze, traditional soups, vegetarian dishes, grilled meat and seafood from live carving stations. Sweets include dates, Umm Ali, kunafa as well as ice creams, sorbets and crêpes.
Dhs. 165 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. InterContinental Dubai Marina, wwwicmarinadining.com (Phone: 04 446 6669).

Al Maeda
Iftar includes more than 30 dishes from a specially created menu, including lamb ouzi with saffron rice, grilled fish with chermoula sauce and a selection of desserts. For every Dhs. 100 spent, guests are entered into a competition to win a desert safari for two. Special rate of Dhs. 119 offered for guests during the first week of Ramadan.
Dhs. 139 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai – Jumeirah Beach, JBR, website : www.dubaijumeirahbeach.com (Phone: 04 453 3333).

Awani Levant Cuisine
Iftar offering special set menus designed for sharing Middle Eastern and Levantine dishes. The set menu includes cold and hot mezze, soups, mains, desserts and hot drinks. Shisha is also available.
Dhs. 135 per person. Daily from sunset-3am. The Beach, opposite Jumeirah Beach Residence (Phone: 04 424 8082).

A.O.C. French Brasserie
A buffet with an array of Arabic, Moroccan and Turkish cuisines. A traditional santoor player, henna artist and shisha flavours will be available.
Dhs. 140 per person, free for two kids aged under 12, 50% for kids aged 13-17. Daily from sunset-10pm. Sofitel Dubai, The Walk, JBR, website : www.sofitel-dubai-jumeirahbeach.com (Phone: 04 448 4733).

BiCE
An Italian slant on traditional iftar, BiCE is serving up a range of starters as part of its three-course meal. Main courses vary from lamb chops, to mixed grill meat, spinach and ricotta ravioli and even roast salmon. Top off the three-course meal with traditional Italian desserts including tiramisu, Sicilian pistachio mousse, and panna cotta and pomegranate.
Dhs. 150 per person. Daily 6.30pm-11.30pm. Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort, JBR (Phone: 04 318 2520).

Brasserie 2.0
Brasserie 2.0 will be serving a huge array of dishes including hot and cold mezze, sushi, sashimi, shawarma stations, an al fresco grill, tandoor oven and more. Guests will also be entertained by a traditional oud and tabla duo throughout iftar.
Dhs. 215 adults, 50% for kids aged five to 12, free for kids aged under five. Groups of 20 or more eat for Dhs. 190 per person. Daily sunset-11pm. Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street, Dubai Marina, website : www.leroyalmeridien-dubai.com (Phone: 04 316 5550).

Chef’s House
A specially crafted iftar menu featuring live cooking stations and flavours from across the Middle East. Breaking of the fast will commence with the chef’s daily special menu and lamb ouzi and shawarma stations. Traditional desserts include kunafa, muhalabiah, baklava and katayef.?
Dhs. 159 adults, Dhs. 29 for kids aged five to 11. Sunset-11pm. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City, website : www.radissonblu.com/hotel-mediacitydubai (Phone: 04 366 9131).

Constellation Ballroom
The Constellation Ballroom at Rhe Address Dubai Marina will be serving a traditional iftar buffet featuring an selection of Arabian and international favourites, with live cooking stations, a variety of authentic sweets and desserts, and refreshing Ramadan juices. There will also be authentic Emirati dishes such as lafayef khoboz falazi, robyan mashwi, and tekat deyay. A live oud player will provide entertainment.
Dhs. 220 per person, 50% for kids aged six-11, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-9pm. The Address Dubai Marina, Dubai Marina, website : www.mydubairamadan.com (Phone: 04 436 7777).

Counter Culture Café
This Marriott Harbour Hotel restaurant will be open for indoor and outdoor dining, with buffet style live stations and shisha available on the terrace.
Dhs. 120 adults, free for kids under six. Daily sunset-9.30pm. Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Street, Dubai Marina website : www.marriottharbourdubaidining.com (Phone: 04 319 4000)

Eggspectation
Eggspection's outdoor terrace overlooking the JBR beach will stay open throughout Ramadan. The restaurant will open to visitors at the time of iftar and will stay open until midnight.
Dhs. 95 per person. Daily sunset-midnight. The Beach, opposite JBR, website : www.eggspectation.com (Phone: 04 430 7252).

Flavours
Iftar buffet of Arabian dishes including hot and cold mezze, mixed grills, seafood, sweet treats, and more. The spread features a selection of dates, and Ramadan juices such as kamaruddin, rooh afza, and jallab. Group bookings of ten or more get a 20 percent discount on the bill.
Dhs. 99 per person. Daily from sunset-10.30pm. Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham, Jumeirah Beach Residence, website : www.hawthornsuitesdubai.com (Phone: 04 399 9979).

Horizon
Extensive buffet of mezze, salads, classic Arabic dishes, Emirati specialities, desserts, dates, fruit and Ramadan juices. Book 15 days prior to enjoy a 15 percent discount, while groups of ten enjoy one complimentary iftar.
Dhs. 165 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. Amwaj Rotana Hotel, JBR, website : www.rotana.com/amwajrotana (Phone: 04 428 2000).

Mamemo Majlis
Loulou’s Ballroom at Mamemo Majlis will be transformed into a contemporary Arabic venue for the Holy Month. Enjoy aromatic shisha, traditional drinks and live Arabic entertainment.
Dhs. 220 per person. Daily 7pm-8.30pm. The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, JBR, website : www.ritzcarlton.com/en/hotels/dubai/dubai-beach/dining/ramadan (Phone: 04 399 4000).

Ramusake
At this eye-catching JBR location with views over the Jumeirah shoreline, a variety of classic iftar dishes will be served, plus an array of pan-Asian dishes to make this an alternative treat. Enjoy dates, edamame, fried pepper squid, sweet potato fries, salmon sashimi, spicy tuna roll and braised short rib as part of your iftar, plus much more.
Dhs. 199 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dubai – Jumeirah Beach, JBR, website : www.ramusake.ae (Phone: 04 559 5300).

Rüya
An array of Anatolian dishes await diners at iftar with a variety of soups, mezze and main courses from an à la carte menu, plus sweet Turkish desserts to conclude the meal before tea is served.
Dhs. 195 per person. Daily from sunset. Grosvenor House, Dubai Marina, website : www.ruyadubai.com (Phone: 04 399 9123).

Segreto
An alternative, Italian take on iftar featuring a set menu of traditional Mediterranean favourites.
Dhs. 250 per person. Daily from sunset-8pm. Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Shores
Enjoy a buffet spread including live cooking stations featuring lamb ouzi, pasta and shawarmas and an extensive selection of soups, starters, hot mezze and main course dishes. Desserts include international selections such as New York cheesecake and plum crumble as well as more authentic creations such as halawat al jeben, wardat al sham and Umm Ali.
Dhs. 175 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Shores, Ramada Plaza Jumeirah Beach, JBR, restaurants@ramadaplazajbr.com (Phone: 04 439 8883).

The Address Constellation Ballroom
The Constellation Ballroom will be pushing the boat out for iftar with an extensive buffet of both Arabian and international dishes, plus live cooking stations, authentic sweets and desserts, plus a live oud player for a splash of entertainment.
Dhs. 220 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. The Address Dubai Marina, website : www.mydubairamadan.com (Phone: 04 436 7777).

The Talk
Traditional Arabian iftar is served at The Talk. Live entertainment comes from an oud player and shisha is also available in the outdoor area.
Dhs. 160 per person. Daily from sunset. Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach, JBR, hotel.jumeriahbeach.fb@movenpick.com (Phone: 04 449 8834).

Iftars in DIFC & Sheikh Zayed Road

Al Dana
A traditional iftar buffet, plus dried nuts, fruits, juices and an à la carte option.
Dhs. 160 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-10pm. Al Dana Restaurant, Crowne Plaza Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (800 276 963).

Andalusia
There’s a set menu for Ramadan, while an à la carte menu is also available. Drinks, soup, tapas, grill, Arabic sweets and fruit platters are all available, as is shisha and traditional Arabic coffee.
Dhs. 99 per person. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Above Bertin Bistro, Sheikh Zayed Road (Phone: 04 321 9239)

Azur
Azur serves an array of authentic iftar dishes including hot and cold mezze, fresh salads, lamb ouzi and Arabic mixed grills, as well as dedicated shawarma, manakish, soup and carving stations. For dessert, sample a range of Arabic sweet delicacies including Umm Ali, kunafa and sticky date pudding, as well as traditional pastries, sweets and nuts.
Dhs. 195 per person, Dhs. 98 for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-9pm. Raffles Dubai, Sheikh Rashid Road, website : www.raffles.com/dubai (Phone: 04 324 8888).

Ballarò
A family-friendly iftar. Shisha is also available at the neighbouring Purobeach Urban Oasis.
From Dhs. 160 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. Conrad Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, website : www.conraddubai.com (Phone: 04 444 7111).

Burger and Lobster
Open fast with an array of in-house specialties and beverages in this alternative iftar. Expect cheeseburgers, mini lobster roll, warm soup of the day served with brioche and a half-pound of lobster. Wash it down with a range of milkshakes. Extra dishes included for groups of five or more.
Dhs. 119 per person. Sat-Wed sunset-midnight, Thu-Fri sunset-2am. Burj Daman Building, Al Sa’ada Street, DIFC, website : www.Burgerandlobster.com (Phone: 04 514 8838).

Cascades
A specially designed, 150 person-capacity indoor tent will be installed under the hotel's soaring atrium. Guests will be treated to traditional lamb ouzi, Lebanese mixed grill, chicken shawarma, shrimp biryani, Arabic fish with spicy sauce, and Umm Ali. Live oud entertainment will also feature
Dhs. 210 adults, 50% for kids aged six to 12, free for kids aged five and under. Daily sunset-9.30pm. Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, website : www.fairmont.com/dubai (Phone: 04 311 8316).

Catch
Expect an alternative slant on iftar at this restaurant renowned for its freshly caught fish and seafood dishes. But it’s not just seafood here, tuck in to beef short rib, Korean fried chicken and a whopping-great s’mores pizza for dessert – topped with burnt marshmallow, ice cream and dark chocolate.
Dhs. 200 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, reservations@catchdubai.com (Phone: 04 357 1755).

Cavalli Restaurant & Lounge
A special set iftar menu will be available, as well as Cavalli’s usual à la carte menu.
Dhs. 299 per person. Daily 6.30pm-3am. Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, website : www.cavalliclubdubai.com (Phone: 04 332 9260).

Dana Ballroom
Iftar will feature an extensive Arabian buffet, including traditional Ramadan juices. Entertainment comes from live oud and tabla performers, with after dinner Arabian coffee services.
Dhs. 210 per person, 50% for kids aged five-12, free for kids under five. Four Seasons Hotel DIFC (Phone: 04 506 0000).

Delphine Restaurant & Bar
Traditional delicacies are infused with modern Arabia to bring you a lavish buffet spread. Salads, live cooking stations, meats and traditional Emirati dishes are waiting.
Dhs. 150 adults, Dhs. 75 kids under 12, free for under fives. Daily sunset-9pm. The H Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, website : www.h-hotel.com (Phone: 04 501 8623).

Firebird Diner
Firebird Diner will offer iftar with a unique twist in an all-American diner setting. Treat yourself to unlimited milkshakes and mocktails for just an extra Dhs. 50.
Dhs. 185 per person. Daily sunset-midnight. Four Seasons Hotel DIFC (Phone: 04 506 0000).

Flavours on Two
A buffet selection offering seasonal favourites from the Middle East, including a selection of starters, salad, soup, main courses, desserts and juices. Arabic coffee and dates will also be served
Dhs. 139 adults, 50% for kids over six, free for kids under six. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Towers Rotana Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, website : www.rotana.com/towersrotana (Phone: 04 312 2202).

Gaucho
This stylish steakhouse will be offering a three-course menu featuring traditional appetisers, as well as dishes such as empanadas, rib eye steak, spatchcock chicken and date and pecan.
Dhs. 199 adults, half-price kids aged six to 11, free for kids under six. Daily sunset-9pm. Gate Village 5, DIFC, website : www.gauchorestaurants.com/restaurants/dubai/ (Phone: 04 422 7898).

Godolphin Ramadan Tent
The Godolphin Ballroom at Jumeirah Emirates Towers will be providing a traditional Arabian buffet as well as live oud entertainment and shisha.
Dhs. 205 per person. Daily from sunset-8.45pm. Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Hakkasan
In this three-course set-menu offering, guests can enjoy soup, followed by a Hakka steamed dim sum platter and crispy duck salad to start before moving onto wok-fried Assam prawns with okra and stir-fried lily bulb and garlic shoot. A mandarin mousse with almond nougatine completes the offering.
Dhs. 298 per person. Daily from sunset-1am. Hakkasan Dubai, Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road, reservations@hakkasandubai.com (Phone: 04 384 8484).

Kitchen6
Expect six live cooking stations and a relaxed ambience.
Dhs. 215 adults, half-price kids aged seven to 12, free kids aged six and under. Daily sunset-8.30pm. JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, Jwmarriottmarquisdubailife.com (Phone: 04 414 3000).

Le Cirque
Le Cirque Dubai will be offering diners a choice of signature dishes from a pre-set menu for iftar, with three starters, main dishes and desserts to choose from. Serving up classic French fare with an Italian twist.
Dhs. 245 per person. Daily from sunset-11pm. The Ritz-Carlton DIFC, reservations@lecirquedubai.com (Phone: 04 372 2444).

Le Patio
Le Patio will feature modern and traditional Arabian fare and different hot and cold mezze and salads, specialty juices, lamb ouzi, mixed grill, shawarma, kabsa and a wide assortment of dried fruit, dates and nuts. Plus ice creams, chocolate cake, éclairs and a chocolate fountain for those with a sweet tooth.
Dhs. 225 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. St. Regis Dubai, Al Habtoor City, Sheikh Zayed Road, AHC.Dining@starwoodhotels.com (Phone: 04 435 5577).

Metropolitan Hotel Dubai
Traditional Ramadan dishes to break your fast, indoor and outside dining areas, with shisha and entertainment ongoing throughout the month.
Dhs. 119 per person. Daily sunset-10.30pm. Corner of Al Thanya Street, Sheikh Zayed Road, website : www.metropolitanhoteldubai.com (056 522 6145).

Millennium Plaza Dubai
An extensive buffet for iftar featuring Middle Eastern and international cuisine. Guests can choose from a spread of traditional dishes or flavours from further afield. Upload a picture of your family to Facebook quoting #ramadanatmillennium for a chance to win a complimentary iftar dinner
for four.
Dhs. 125 per person. Daily from sunset-10.30pm. Sheikh Zayed Road, DIFC (Phone: 04 387 7128).

Penrose Lounge
Penrose Lounge will be serving a selection of traditional Arabic dishes including hot and cold mezze, mixed grill and desserts. Also enjoy shisha on a large outdoor terrace with views of the Burj Khalifa.
Dhs. 185 per person. Daily sunset-midnight. Four Seasons Hotel DIFC (Phone: 04 506 0000).

PizzaExpress
On arrival at the restaurant, dates and laban will be served to break the fast. Choose from a set menu for two, four or six people, including dough balls, a variety of main courses such as polpette Bolognese and pizzas, plus desserts and soft drinks.
From Dhs. 150 for two people. Daily from sunset. Locations across Dubai, including Dubai World Trade Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road, website : www.pizzaexpress.ae.

Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar
This fine-dining restaurant will be providing an indoor and outdoor dining experience featuring 11 dishes and a buffet for iftar.
Dhs. 325 per person. Daily sunset-8.30pm. JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, Jwmarriottmarquisdubailife.com (Phone: 04 414 3000).

Seasonal Tastes
A traditional majlis feel surrounds this indoor venue, with private dining areas available. Authentic iftar buffet includes a variety of mezze platters, appetisers, salads, seasfood, manakeesh, lamb ouzi. Guests can also enjoy live food preparation counters for noodles, Indian cuisine, roast beef, ckicken and lamb. Plus traditional desserts, fresh juices and Arabian coffee.
Dhs. 185 for adults, Dhs. 95 for kids aged five-12, free for kids under five. The Westin Dubai, Al Habtoor City, Sheikh Zayed Road.

Tresind
A modern, Indian fine-dining iftar experience featuring a range of biryanis, curries and kebabs. Set menu options as well as à la carte options are available.
From Dhs. 150 per person. Daily from sunset-11.30pm. Nassima Royal Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (Phone: 04 308 0440).

Tub of Butter
As well as a traditional buffet featuring curried cauliflower soup, roasted figs, spiced fish with saffron-infused rice – plus date truffles with fresh fruit in rosewater – customers can also pick up a full selection of dishes to take home to host friends and family.
Dhs. 120 per person. Daily from sunset-9pm. Al Thanya Street, Sheikh Zayed Road, website : www.tubofbutter.com (Phone: 04 343 8884).

Zahira
Dishes on the menu will include a selection of mezze including hazelnut falafel, homemade ma’hanie sausages with harissa potato salad and pickled fried chillies. Main courses will range from slow-cooked spiced lamb to salmon tarator. Desserts include halawa, baklava and a knife and fork ice cream.
Dhs. 190 per person. Daily from 7pm-9.30pm. The H Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (Phone: 04 501 8606).

Iftars in JLT, Barsha Heights and Emirates Living

Amiri Ramadan Tent
A constructed Ramadan Tent on the lawns of The Address Montgomerie, a specially crafted iftar menu will feature Middle Eastern delicacies and beverages. Enjoy shisha, traditional live pipe music and views of the championship golf course and its accompanying lakes.
Dhs. 200 per person, 50% for kids aged six-11, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-9pm. The Address Montgomerie, Emirates Hills, website : www.mydubairamadan.com (Phone: 04 390 5600).

Arrows & Sparrows
This café will be converted into a Sicilian eatery for the Holy Month, offering traditional, homemade Italian dishes, drinks and desserts. Enjoy caprese salad, seafood pasta, homemade raspberry cheesecake, charcuterie boards and kunafa wrapped around homemade burrata.
Prices vary. Daily from sunset. Unit #G03, Building 4, Emaar Business Park, The Greens, website : www.arrowsparrows.com (Phone: 04 558 8141)

Fuschia
Fresh and healthy contemporary Thai cuisine. Dine in the restaurant from sunset onwards with a menu offering dishes such as a tom yum with chicken soup, papaya salad, choo chee fish, and sticky mango rice.
Dhs. 65 per person. Daily from sunset-11pm. Two Towers, Barsha Heights (Phone: 04 457 3759).

Marta’s Kitchen
A traditional take on festive dining with dishes ranging from falafel salads to babaganoush. Lamb ouzi and cheese fatayer feature among other dishes, presenting a wide range of options for diners.
Dhs. 130 per person. Daily from sunset onwards. Swiss Tower, Cluster Y, JLT, events@martaskitchen.com (052 105 5785).

NAY Restaurant
As well as a traditional iftar buffet, NAY will also be providing a variety of shisha flavours, accompanied by traditional games and an oud player.
Dhs. 99 per person. Daily from sunset. Somewhere Hotel, Barsha Heights (Phone: 04 561 0600).

Nosh
Not only is Nosh putting on a traditional iftar spread for you to break your fast, but it’s also offering a chance to win a trip for two to Marrakesh, including accommodation and flights. Shisha is also available.
Dhs. 130 per person. Daily from sunset-10.30pm. Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Cluster A, website : www.movenpick.com/jumeirah-lakes-towers (Phone: 04 438 0000).

Iftars in Jumeirah and City Walk

Antonio Marras
A three-course set menu based on Italian cuisine, tradition and fashion. Booking in advance is recommended.
Dhs. 95 per person. Daily from sunset-midnight. The Boulevard, City Walk (055 372 6843).

Enab Beirut
This cosy, two-story Lebanese restaurant promises an indoor shisha lounge and traditional, home-style Lebanese cooking with al fresco options on City Walk. A set menu iftar will include salads, hot and cold mezze, 2 main dishes, desserts and soft drinks.
Dhs. 130 per person. Daily from sunset. City Walk 2 website : www.facebook.com/enabbeirutdubai (Phone: 04 343 2707).

Chival
Indoor and outdoor seating is available during iftar at Chival, plus a buffet of Arabian and international dishes, with an oud player and shisha available in the courtyard.
Dhs. 175 per person. Daily from sunset-2.30am. La Ville Hotel & Suites, City Walk, website : www.livelaville.com (Phone: 04 403 3111).

Clinton Street Baking Company
An American alternative iftar, featuring kale and quinoa salad, chilli chicken wings, crab cakes and loaded potato skins. Main courses include fried chicken with waffles, 15-hour smoked beef short rib and fish tacos, while desserts include brownie sundae and maple date cake.
Dhs. 145 per person. Daily from sunset-11pm. City Walk, Al Mustaqbal Street (Phone: 04 344 0705).

Coya
Peruvian hotspot Coya will be serving up an alternative iftar this Ramadan focussing on South American and Nikkei-inspired dishes. Expect corn gazpacho, Peruvian bean soup, edamame, prawn and chicken grilled skewers, spicy beef sirloin and more.
Dhs. 245 per person. Daily from sunset-8pm. Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach, Jumeirah Beach Road, reservations@coyarestaurant.ae (Phone: 04 316 9600).

Eshak
The contemporary Middle Eastern and Uzbek restaurant is delivering a traditional approach to iftar with fresh dates for breaking the fast, plus a five-course set menu including muhammara, fattoush, cheese rolls, kibbeh, a mixed grill, and the Uzbek dish chokhokhbili, plus sweet treats and signature teas.
Dhs. 125 per person. Daily from sunset-2.30am. Al Mustaqbal Street, City Walk 2, website : www.eshak.ae (Phone: 04 385 5435).

Flooka
Dishes range from hot and cold mezzes to king prawns fresh off the grill, with an extensive fish-focused Mediterranean menu, plus unlimited soft drinks.
Dhs. 150 per person. Daily from sunset. Dubai Marine Beach Resort & Spa, Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1, website : www.flooka.com (Phone: 04 346 1111).

LIMA Dubai
A relaxed, traditional Peruvian iftar offers dates on arrival plus a four-course set menu throughout Ramadan.
Dhs. 195 per person. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Fine Dining Courtyard, City Walk, website : www.limadubai.com (056 500 4571).

Nikki Privé
A buffet of internationally inspired cuisine, signature mocktails and shisha is available on the terrace.
From Dhs. 195 per person. Available for corporate bookings only. Nikki Beach, Pearl Jumeira, info.dubai@nikkibeach.com (Phone: 04 376 6162).

Sapori di BiCE
This upmarket casual chic Italian restaurant is offering a whopping 8-course tasting menu as well as an a la carte regular menu options for Iftar. Offering activities for kids and as well as shisha, the restaurant also offers guests customised cupcakes and gift box to take home.
Dhs. 168 per person. Daily from sunset-11.30pm. City Walk Dubai. website : www.saporidibice.com (Phone: 04 344 2550).

Sho Cho Dubai
A pan-Asian spread, featuring bento boxes from a choice of two set menu options. Dishes include miso soup, Sho Cho salads, tempura, sushi, sashimi, and array of pan-Asian-inspired main dishes and ice cream or sorbet to end.
Dhs. 105-125 per person. Daily from sunset-1am. Dubai Marina Beach Resort & Spa, Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1 (Phone: 04 346 1111).

SUQ
This warm and traditional Arabian restaurant offers a relaxed and casual spot to enjoy iftar with friends and family. Enjoy a range of hot and cold mezze, as well as international dishes including sushi, sashimi, hot tandoori dishes and home-made pasta. A live barbecue station offers freshly grilled meats, as well as a patisserie and cake counter for dessert – plus live music and shisha for additional entertainment.
Dhs. 245 per person. Daily from sunset to 9pm. Four Seasons Resort Dubai, Jumeirah Beach. (Phone: 04 270 7803).

TT Custom BBQ
In this barbecue steakhouse with a motorcycle theme, enjoy traditional appetisers, hot and cold mezze, salads, mixed grills, lamb chops, meatballs, lokum, chicken and desserts, including gullac and baklava.
Dhs. 149 per person. Daily from sunset onwards. BoxPark, Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah, website : www.ttcustombbq.com (054 444 3300).

Iftars in Palm Jumeirah

A La Turca Restaurant
Experience more than 100 flavours from the Ottoman Empire daily during iftar. Enjoy the authentic cuisine with traditional classical live music as well as a shisha service
Dhs. 199 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-10pm. Rixos The Palm, East Crescent, Palm Jumeirah, dine.dubai@rixos.com (Phone: 04 457 5555).

Abyat
“At your Service Iftar” where freshly made food is brought straight to your table. Shisha will be offered, and there’s also a smoke-friendly indoor area dedicated to shisha.
Dhs. 149 per person, Dhs. 189 with shisha. Daily from sunset-3am. Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah, website : www.abyatdubai.com (Phone: 04 558 8428).

Ají
A handcrafted four-course Nikkei menu with Peruvian influences, with both indoor and outdoor seating available.
From Dhs. 70. Daily from sunset-midnight. Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah, website : www.aji.ae (Phone: 04 552 0244).

Al Nafoorah
Traditional Lebanese iftar overlooking the Palm Jumeirah with a relaxed, family-oriented atmosphere.
Dhs. 195 per person. Daily from sunset. Jumeriah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah, Restaurants@Jumeriah.com (Phone: 04 432 0444).

Asateer
Atlantis The Palm’s official iftar will be hosted at Asateer, one of the city’s long-standing Ramadan tents. Guests can enjoy an iftar buffet at one of Dubai’s most iconic landmarks.
Dhs. 210 per person. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, restaurantreservations@atlantisthepalm.com (Phone: 04 426 2626).

Crescendo
In a relaxed, al fresco terrace, guests can experience traditional music with a live kanoun player. Choose from an array of traditional and international specialities spread across a buffet.
Dhs. 185 adults, Dhs. 90 for kids aged six-12. Daily from sunset-10.30. Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort, Palm Jumeirah, website : www.dubai-palm.anantara.com (Phone: 04 567 8304)

DUKES Dubai
Iftar will be served at the hotel’s brasserie-style outlet Great British Restaurant. Five different iftar menus will be served buffet style, rotating every five days. Expect a variety of traditional dishes alongside a selection of international favourites. Discounts apply for groups of ten or more.
Dhs. 175 per person, Dhs. 145 per person in groups of ten or more. Daily from sunset-9pm. Dukes Dubai, Palm Jumeirah, website : www.dukesdubai.com (Phone: 04 455 1111).

Fairuz Ramadan Tent
Coming from the term “precious stone”, the Fairuz Ramadan Tent at Fairmont The Palm is preparing an authentic iftar experience. The tent will be set within the 581sq m Palm Ballroom, and will be serving up traditional dishes, desserts, date displays and Ramadan-inspired beverages.
Dhs. 175 adults, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset. Fairmont The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, website : www.fairmont.com/palm-dubai (Phone: 04 457 3457).

Imperium
With crystal chandeliers and a terrace offering views of the Gulf, Imperium restaurant offers an international iftar buffet featuring the season’s classics.
Dhs. 195 per person. Daily from sunset. Jumeriah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah, Restaurants@Jumeriah.com (Phone: 04 432 0444).

Lalezar
Experience Dubai’s first Anatolian restaurant, serving an authentic, traditional Turkish-inspired menu for iftar.
Dhs. 195 per person. Daily from sunset. Jumeriah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah, Restaurants@Jumeriah.com (Phone: 04 432 0444).

Mezzerie
Luxury iftar featuring live cooking stations, international and Middle Eastern dishes including hot and cold mezze, soups, fresh cooking stations, mixed grills and a carving station. Expect desserts including chocolate cookie cheesecake, kunafa and baklava. Book before the end of May for a ten percent discount.
Dhs. 195 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jumeirah (Phone: 04 818 2222).

Simply Italian
The Club Vista Mare joint will be serving an à la carte menu for iftar, with a wide range of Italian dishes available.
Prices vary. Daily from sunset-3am. Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah, website : www.simplyitaliandubai.com (Phone: 04 558 8354).

Iftars in Garhoud and Festival City

Anise
Buffet with live cooking stations offering classic Arabian mezze including hummus, smoked aubergine moutabel, red snapper tagine, fresh yoghurt laban, coffee-flavoured muhamara, beans with fresh tomato and more.
Dhs. 215 per person, Dhs. 106 for kids aged six-12. Daily from sunset-10pm. InterContinental Hotel, Dubai Festival City, imeet@ihg.com (Phone: 04 701 1098).

Creekside Fanous Tent
An expansive venue featuring a flavoursome Middle Eastern buffet for iftar, with family favourites being served up. Creekside Fanous Tent will be transformed into a contemporary Arabian retreat.
Dhs. 150 per person. Daily from sunset. Jumeirah Creekside Hotel, Garhoud JCHrestaurants@jumeirah.com (Phone: 04 230 8459).

Da Vinci’s Italian Trattoria
Da Vinci’s is one of the oldest Italian restaurants in Dubai, serving variety of pizzas, pastas and other Italian delicacies. The restaurant is offering an alternative Iftar set menu featuring Ramadan specialties and Italian flavours, as well as Ramadan beverages.
Dhs. 120 per person. Daily from sunset to 8pm. Millennium Airport Hotel, Garhoud dining.mahd@millenniumhotels.com (Phone: 04 702 8888).

Le Méridien Dubai Hotel + Conference Centre
Le Méridien will be opening the Layali Zaman Majlis for iftar during Ramadan, featuring an array of interactive cooking stations, a buffet of international and Arabic favourites, a selection of shisha and live entertainment. Board games are also available for children.
Dhs. 165 per person, Dhs. 85 for kids aged six-12. Daily from sunset. Le Méridien Dubai Hotel + Conference Centre, restaurants.lmd@lemeridien.com (Phone: 04 702 2455).

Loumi Restaurant
Enjoy live cooking stations, traditional dishes and a broad iftar buffet at Loumi throughout Ramadan. Guests can also enjoy welcome drinks, special homemade Ramadan juices and Arabic coffee. Early bird booking before 15th May 2017 gets 30% off – and groups of ten or more people get an extra person for. Shisha will also be available.
Dhs. 149 adults, Dhs. 75 for kids aged five-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset to 8pm. Millennium Airport Hotel, Garhoud, dining.mahd@millenniumhotels.com (Phone: 04 702 8888).

Signature Iftar Experience
An intimate and private Iftar dining experience in the InterContinental Dubai Festival, served by personal butlers with views of the Dubai Creek and city skyline. Traditional Arabic feast with juices, dates, lentil soup, hot and cold mezze, biryani and desserts.
From Dhs. 550 per person. Daily from sunset-10pm. InterContinental Hotel, Dubai Festival City, imeet@ihg.com (Phone: 04 701 1098).

Sukhothai
A Thai slant on traditional iftar, featuring a set menu with both indoor and outdoor dining.
Dhs. 129 per person. Sat-Tue, sunset-11.45pm. Le Méridien Dubai Hotel + Conference Centre, Garhoud, website : www.sukhothai.com (Phone: 04 702 2455).

Iftars in Deira Dubai

Al Dawaar
Enjoy iftar with revolving panoramic views of the sea, the Creek and the city. The buffet will include traditional Ramadan delicacies, beverages and Emirati dishes.
Dhs. 180 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Hyatt Regency Dubai, Deira (Phone: 04 209 6887).

Avani
Enjoy hot and cold mezze, a live shawarma station, ouzi carving station, Arabian bites, assortments of sweets, special Ramadan drinks, and other traditional Arabian specialties.
Dhs. 125 per person, Dhs. 50 for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-9pm. Avani Deira Dubai Hotel, Deira (Phone: 04 601 3999).

Bamboo Lagoon
Bamboo Lagoon at JW Marriott Hotel Dubai in Deira will be serving an extensive seafood buffet for iftar, as well as flavours from around the world.
Dhs. 175 per person, Dhs. 60 for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-10pm. JW Marriott Hotel Dubai, Deira, website : www.discoverjwmarriottdubai.com (Phone: 04 607 7977).

Hyatt Place Dubai
Traditional iftar buffet set both indoors and on an outdoor terrace. Expect mezze, salad buffets, hot vegetarian and non-vegetarian appetisers, fresh cheeses, dried fruits, beverages, yoghurts, fresh fruits, soups, main courses, meat carving stations and desserts.
Dhs. 99 per person, Dhs. 50 for kids under 12. Daily from sunset-11pm. Hyatt Place Dubai, Al Rigga Road, Al Rigga, Deira (056 991 8924).

Le Classique
Enjoy a three-course set menu for iftar, created specially by Chef Rami. Unlimited soft beverages accompany starters, main courses and sharing platters of traditional desserts.
Dhs. 235 per person. Tue-Sun from sunset. Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Dubai Creek, creekdining@dubaigolf.com (Phone: 04 295 6000).

Legends
Legends is offering hot and cold mezze, rustic soups, main courses and a superb dessert selection, all served to your table.
Dhs. 175 per person, Dhs. 80 for kids aged six-12. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira, creekdining@dubaigolf.com (Phone: 04 295 6000).

Medley
Open fast with dates and crudités, Arabian breads with dipping oils, olives and traditional Ramadan juices, before feasting on a range of cuisines including curries, hot mezze, cheeses and pickles to a variety of salads, soups and lamb ouzi.
Dhs. 175 per person, Dhs. 70 for kids aged six-12. Pullman Dubai Creek City Centre, Deira, H2022@accor.com (Phone: 04 294 1222).

QD’s
QD’s is constructing a special Ramadan tent to offer iftar with views overlooking the waters of the Dubai Creek and Sheikh Zayed Road skyline. The daily iftar buffet offers a selection of traditional hot and cold Arabic mezze, soups, Middle Eastern and international main courses and desserts with selected juices and traditional Arabic sweets and dates. Shisha is also available.
Dhs. 160, Dhs. 65 for kids aged six-12. Daily from sunset-9pm. Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira, creekdining@dubaigolf.com (Phone: 04 295 6000).

Radisson Blu
The Radisson Blu Hotel in Deira Creek will be offering a traditional buffet-style iftar, featureing more than 200 dishes. Shisha will also be available for guests at Aseelah.
Dhs. 169 for adults, Dhs. 80 for kids aged four-12, free for kids under four. Daily from sunset to 9.30pm. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Deira Creek, Baniyas Street. Booking.diningdubaicreek@radissonblu.com (Phone: 04 205 7033/7034).

Skye & Walker
This self-professed sustainable neighbourhood eatery will be offering indoor and al fresco dining options for those seeking a traditional iftar buffet, featuring classic Arabic dishes, delicacies and beverages.
Dhs. 110 for adults, Dhs. 55 for kids. Daily from sunset to 9pm. Marriott Executive Apartments Dubai Creek, Rigga Al Butten Street, Deira. website : www.skyeandwalker.com (Phone: 04 213 1221).

The Market Place
The Market Place at JW Marriott Hotel Dubai will be serving a traditional Ramadan iftar, featuring flavours and fragrances from the east and the west.
Dhs. 99 per person, Dhs. 45 for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-10pm. JW Marriott Hotel Dubai, Deira, website : www.discoverjwmarriottdubai.com (Phone: 04 607 7977).

Town Square
Town Square at JW Marriott Hotel Dubai in Deira will be serving a traditional Ramadan iftar, featuring flavours and fragrances from the east and the west.
Dhs. 99 per person, Dhs. 45 for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-10pm. JW Marriott Hotel Dubai, Deira, website : www.discoverjwmarriottdubai.com (Phone: 04 607 7977).

Iftars in Al Sufouh and Umm Suqeim Dubai

Al Iwan
Iftar in the world’s tallest atrium. Al Iwan offers a view of the Burj al Arab’s interior architecture, plus an iftar buffet, featuring hot and cold mezze, main courses and a desserts, plus live kanoon and challou performances.
Dhs. 290 per person. Daily from sunset. Burj Al Arab, Umm Suqeim, BAARestaurants@jumeriah.com (Phone: 04 301 7600).

Al Majlis
Al Majlis is planning a traditional, hospitable Ramadan experience, with an extensive iftar buffet in a specially constructed tent.
Dhs. 210 per person. Daily from sunset. Al Majlis, Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim, restaurants@jumeirah.com (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Arboretum
Located on the ground floor of the Jumeirah Al Qasr, the Arboretum will be delivering traditional Arabian dining culture and cuisine. Enjoy iftar with views of the sea and Burj Al Arab.
Dhs. 195 per person. Daily from sunset. Arboretum, Jumeirah Al Qasr, Umm Suqeim, restaurants@jumeirah.com (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Govinda’s Jumeirah
This healthy Indian restaurant has designed an iftar menu where eating light is the priority. Get a beverage, salad, appetiser, two main courses and a dessert for under 700 calories.
Dhs. 76 per person. Daily from sunset-1am. Jumeirah Beach Road, Umm Suqeim 2, website : www.mygovindas.com (Phone: 04 321 1884).

Hanaaya
Meaning happiness in Arabic, Hanaaya is offering an authentic iftar buffet, with live cooking stations serving up a mix of flavours and some locally sourced ingredients – all on a terrace overlooking the Madinat Jumeirah waterways.
Dhs. 195 per person. Daily from sunset. Hanaaya, Jumeriah Mina A’Salam, Umm Suqeim, restaurants@jumeirah.com (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Kaftan Restaurant
Kaftan offers up views of the Burj Al Arab with an air conditioned tent placed in the courtyard specifically for iftar. Break fast with 100 dishes prepared daily, including soup, cold and hot mezze, mains, grills, bakery items and desserts with ottoman sherbet.
Sunset-2am. Dhs. 190 per person, kids ages six-12 dine for dhs90. Opposite Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Umm Suqeim. website : www.kaftan-restaurant.com (Phone: 04 275 3062).

Latitude
International iftar buffet with an Arabic touch. Expect traditional dishes and an array of international cuisine
Dhs. 210 per person. Daily from sunset. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Umm Suqeim, Restaurants@Jumeriah.com (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Naya
An authentic North Indian thali iftar at Jumeirah Beach Hotel. Naya presents a blend of classic and contemporary North Indian Cuisine.
Dhs. 150 per person. Daily from sunset. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Umm Suqeim, Restaurants@Jumeriah.com (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Pai Thai
Idyllic Thai eatery on the waterways of the Madinat Jumeirah will be serving a Thai-inspired dishes, including appetisers, soups, salads, main courses and desserts.
6.30pm-11.30pm. Dhs. 250 per person. Jumeirah Al Qasr, Al Sufouh Road (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Perry & Blackwelder’s
Enjoy an alternative iftar in the Madinat featuring home-made dishes from the deep south of America. The menu will rotate regularly throughout Ramadan, but will always bring its quintessential relaxed vibe.
Dhs. 195 for two food platters. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Pier Chic
This seafood dining destination at Al Qasr pier will be serving up a special set menu for iftar including many of its classic dishes.
6.30pm-11.30pm. Dhs. 230 per person. Jumeirah Al Qasr, Al Sufouh Road (Phone: 04 366 6705).

Sloane's
Sloane’s lively open-show kitchen showcases a wide array of tasty dishes for iftar, including traditional Arabic cuisine and succulent roast meats, salads and sushi. Appetisers include traditional hot and cold Arabic mezze platters, antipasti and cheeses. For mains different live stations include a tandoor oven, shawarma station, plancha grill as well as fresh seafood straight from the ocean. For dessert, guests can enjoy Arabic dishes such as Umm Ali, freshly prepared Kunafe and more.
Sunset-8.30pm. Dhs. 260 per person including soft drinks, Dhs. 130 for children aged four-12. Grosvenor House, Al Sufouh Road. website : www.sloanes-dubai.com (Phone: 04 317 6000).

The Palmery
Located at the heart of Jumeirah Al Naseem hotel, and inspired by traditional Arabic botanical gardens, this buffet restaurant offers a modern Arabic iftar with a contemporary ambience.
Dhs. 195 per person. Daily from sunset. The Palmery, Jumeirah Al Naseem, Umm Suqeim, restaurants@jumeirah.com (Phone: 04 432 3232).

Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi
The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina is offering a range of iftar across three of its main restaurants. On Fridays during Ramadan, Blue Orange, Spice Emporium and Hunters Room & Grill will open for a cross-restaurant iftar experience. Entertainment will include a traditional oud player and tanoura dancers, as well as a henna artist. All iftars will present an array of Middle Eastern specialities and beverages, including hot and cold mezze, lamb ouzi and Arabic sweets. Dhs. 180 per person, 50% for kids under 12. Daily from sunset.
Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, King Abdulaziz Bin Salman Al Saud Street, Al Sufouh, website : www.westinminaseyahi.com (Phone: 04 511 7373).

Iftars in Al Barsha and Al Quoz

Besh Turkish Kitchen
A pop-up night market featuring Turkish goods, from jewellery to clothing, home décor and food. Iftar includes an assortment of light hot and cold mezze and salads before a selection of Turkish flat breads baked in a traditional oven is served, followed by mixed grill of meats and fish. Sweet treats to finish.
From Dhs. 120 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-2am. Sheraton Mall of the Emirates Hotel, Al Barsha, besh.dubai@sheraton.com (Phone: 04 377 2353).

Citymax
Citymax Al Barsha is offering up a traditional Middle Eastern buffet for iftar in specially designed interiors.
Dhs. 59. Daily from sunset-11pm. Behind Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha, website : www.citymaxhotels.com (050 100 7046).

c.taste
This contemporary Al Barsha restaurant is offering an international buffet for iftar, from starters through to desserts. Groups of 10 guests can also benefit from a 20 percent discount on the bill, booking is recommended.
Dhs. 99 per person, free for kids under 12. Road 329, Al Barsha 1. website : www.rotana.com/centrobarsha (Phone: 04 704 0000).

Olea
An iftar based on traditional Levantine cuisine. Dine on a buffet of grilled meat and freshly prepared bread, with live cooking stations and refreshing juices. Shisha is also available on the terrace. Early bird discount of Dhs. 20 per person if booked before Friday May 26.
Dhs. 175 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12. Daily from sunset-9pm. Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha, website : www.kempinski.com/dubai (Phone: 04 341 0000).

Tom&Serg
An alternative approach to iftar, Tom & Serg are presenting a roast dinner vs ramen experience. Choose from a roast dinner of either chicken, steak, lamb or vegetarian lasagne, with all the accompaniments like Yorkshire puddings, roast potato, roast pumpkin, cauliflower cheese gratin or green peas; or get hold of gyoza, ramen and salad instead.
Dhs. 100 per person. Daily from sunset-10pm. Outside Al-Joud Center, Al Quoz, website : www.tomandserg.com (056 474 6812).

Iftars in Bur Dubai and Oud Metha

Al Manzil
Al Manzil is promising a homely, resitential-style venue designed to feel like family iftar at its best. Expect live cooking stations, a huge buffet spread of traditional dishes, desserts and beverages.
Dhs. 155 adults, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-10pm. Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights, Dubai Healthcare City dubaicreek.regency.hyatt.com (Phone: 04 553 1283).

Baniyas Ballroom
Claiming to have the UAE’s largest indoor ballroom, Baniyas will be serving up an international buffet for iftar, featuring 22 live cooking stations including unlimited salads, appetisers, Arabian mezze, main courses plus international desserts.
Dhs. 199 per person, Dhs. 95 for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-9pm. Grand Hyatt Hotel, Oud Metha (Phone: 04 317 2221).

Citymax
Citymax Bur Dubai is offering up a traditional Middle Eastern buffet for iftar in specially designed interiors.
Dhs. 69 per person. Daily from sunset-11pm. Mankhool & Kuwait Street, Bur Dubai, website : www.citymaxhotels.com (050 100 7065).

Pharaoh Café & Restaurant
A traditional iftar buffet featuring Arabic, Indian and Pakistani grilled dishes and fresh fruit juices. Try kochari and biryani along with live cooking stations featuring onion tempuras, chilli pakoras, falafel, spinach fatayer, as well as Umm Ali, basbusa, badam kheer, fruit salad and an assortment of cakes and pastries. Diners arriving between 8.30pm and 10pm receive a 15 percent discount, and groups of ten or more receive one complimentary dinner.
Dhs. 89 per person. Daily from sunset. Arabian Courtyard Hotel, Bur Dubai, fbd@arabiancourtyard.com (Phone: 04 351 9111).

Promenade
A chic café offering iftar buffet including juices, salads, mezze, soups, breads, vegetarian main courses, live meat carving stations and live cooking stations.
Dhs. 69 per person. Daily from sunset-9.30pm. Four Points by Sheraton Bur Dubai, website : www.fourpointsburdubai.com (Phone: 04 397 7444).

Punjabi By Nature
The iftar menu features a wide variety of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes including papdi chaat, bhatti da murg, chicken tikka and fish curry.
Dhs. 59 per person. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Shukoor building, 10th Street, Oud Metha, website : www.punjabibynature.ae (Phone: 04 396 6044).

Sufra Restaurant
A bright and contemporary iftar in the Sufra Restaurant, overlooking the Creek. Live cooking stations will be offering fattoush salad, shawarma, fatteh, falafel, grilled meat, pasta. Hot and cold mezze will also be available, as well as tagines and various vegetarian options.
Dhs. 155 adults, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-10pm. Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights, Dubai Healthcare City, website : www.dubaicreek.regencyhyatt.com (Phone: 04 553 1283)

Tirquaz Bistro and Garden Lounge
An international and continental iftar buffet is available to guests, including Arabian delicacies and international flavours. Al fresco, poolside dining is available, as is shisha in a variety of flavourse.
Dhs. 99 per person. Daily from sunset-10.30pm. Majestic Hotel Tower, Mankhool Road, Bur Dubai, website : www.majestichotels.com (Phone: 04 359 8888).

Iftars in Arabian Ranches and Motor City

Arabian Ranches Golf Club
Iftar in the Baker-Finch Room at Arabian Ranches will see a spread of traditional Arabian delicacies coupled with contemporary European flavours.
Dhs. 180 per person. Daily from sunset-11pm. Arabian Ranches Golf Club, Arabian Ranches, events@arabianranchesgolf.ae (Phone: 04 366 4700).

Palermo
Views across the Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club accompany an iftar buffet consisting of Arabian sharing platters.
Dhs. 149 per person, Dhs. 70 for kids aged six-11, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-11pm. Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club, opposite Arabian Ranches, website : www.mydubairamadan.com (Phone: 04 362 7880).

Autodrome
An iftar with a difference! The Audi iftar driving experience matches a traditional buffet with an Audi racing experience. Packages include full safety prep, 15 minutes in an Audi TT on the track, certification and a 3-course buffet. Reservation is essential.
From Dhs. 675 per person. Thursdays, ongoing throughout Ramadan. Dubai Autodrome, Motor City, website : www.dubaiautodrome.com (Phone: 04 367 8745).

Iftars in outskirts of Dubai Luxury resorts

Al Hadheerah
More than ten live cooking stations create a traditional iftar featuring Emirati, Egyptian, Syrian, Lebanese and Palestinian dishes, as well as Jordanian, Iraqi, Moroccan, Omani and Iranian. A live oud player, tanoura dancer and a camel and horse caravan live show complete the entertainment.
Dhs. 250 Sun-Wed; Dhs. 270 Thu-Sat, 50% for kids aged five-12, free for kids under five. Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa, Bab Al Shams, website : www.alhadheerah.com/ramadan (Phone: 04 809 6194).

Andalucia
Traditional buffet spread including Arabian and Mediterranean delicacies. Shisha will be offered with entertainment coming from a live oud player.
Dhs. 175 per person, 50% for kids aged six-12, free for kids under six. Daily from sunset-9pm. St. Regis Dubai, Al Habtoor Polo Resort & Club, website : www.srdubaihabtoorpoloresort.com (056 545 8391).

Canvas
A daily iftar buffet with a tented terrace area. Plus a range of shisha flavours and a traditional oud player performing throughout the evening.
Dhs. 155 per person. Daily from sunset-11pm. Fairmont Fujairah Beach Resort, Fujairah, website : www.fairmont.com/fujairah (09 204 1111).

Epicure
This relaxed, poolside venue might be a little further afield, but this deli-style dining spot is both simple, effective, and really tasty. Iftar at Epicure offers a set menu with a buffet style selection of desserts.
Dhs. 150 per person, 50% for kids aged four-12, free for kids under four. Daily from sunset-10pm. Epicure, Per Aquum Desert Palm, Al Awir Road (Phone: 04 323 8888).

Kalea
Break your fast this Ramadan at Polynesian-inspired restaurant Kalea. Enjoy an extensive iftar buffet featuring Ramadan juices, hot and cold mezze, appetisers, hot soups, mains and dessert.
Dhs. 150 per person, 50% for kids aged four-12. Daily from sunset-11pm. Lapita, Dubai Parks and Resorts Autograph Collection, lapita.restaurantreservations@autographhotels.com (Phone: 04 810 9999).

Pine Grill and SOBO
Open fast with an extensive buffet offering traditional Arabian cuisine in a specially decorated environment. Plus, order ahead to collect ouzi to go – including two lamb shoulders with oriental rice, pick it up from the hotel and take it back for you and up to 15 of your nearest and dearest, for Dhs. 400.
From Dhs. 150 per person, Dhs. 95 for kids, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-8.30pm. Courtyard by Marriot Dubai Green Community, Green Community East, Dubai Investment Park, website : www.marriottdiningatcy.ae (Phone: 04 885 2222).

The Mahal
A set menu featuring mixed mezze platters, salads, mixed grill platters and a mixed dessert platter with sweet Turkish treats as well as tea to conclude iftar. Shisha will also be provided at this authentic Turkish restaurant.
Dhs. 100 per person. Daily from sunset. Dragon Mart 2, Al Awir Road, International City (Phone: 04 514 9108).

The Meydan Hotel
The Arabian-international inspired iftar buffet presents delicacies from a range of cuisines. Expect local Emirate dishes, plus Egyptian, Syrian, Lebanese, European and Asian specialities prepared at live cooking stations.
Dhs. 190 per person, 50% for kids aged five-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-8.45pm. The Meydan Hotel, Nad Al Sheba, website : www.meydanhotels.com/ramadan (Phone: 04 381 3111).
 





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