Embrace the spirit of the Holy Month and enjoy Dubai’s best Iftars this Ramadan.
Under AED 100
Saba’a Café at Al Seef Heritage Hotel Dubai, Curio Collection by Hilton:
For Ramadan, Saba’a Café will serve a daily Iftar with an Arabian Nights theme. Diners can expect soups, including Moroccan Haria, alongside a live Saj station. Traditional main courses will include a mixed grill, chicken molokhia and steamed rice with pistachio nuts. Desserts present intriguing choices such as Umm Ali, milk chocolate and orange mousse and a camel milk cappuccino crème brulée. Available daily, from sunset. AED 95 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 707 7077 for reservations and more information.
Under AED 200
Adorned with neutral hues, high ceilings and glittering chandeliers, the Boulevard Ballroom makes for a beautiful evening. End the day with a perfect Iftar buffet and soft Arabic tunes setting the vibe as you enjoy a perfect family get together. Available daily, from sunset to 9pm. AED 190 per person.
Address Dubai Marina:
The magical setting of the Constellation Ballroom is the setting for the impressive Iftar at Address Dubai Marina. Recharge with deliciously creative food and beverage options served in a buffet-style setting. Available daily, from sunset to 9pm. AED 199 per person.
GO: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (0)4 436 7777 for reservations and more information.
Asil at Rixos Premium Dubai JBR:
Embark on a culinary journey through Turkey, Lebanon and Morocco without needing to leave Dubai. With mezzes being the common thread between all three cuisines, a selection of fresh mezze will fill the table. The heart of the Asil Iftar lies in its array of warm, Arab-inspired offerings of Turkish grills. Desserts include Ramadan favourites such as cheesy Turkish kunafa, warm and tasty Umm Ali and traditional Katayef. Available daily from sunset to 9:30pm. AED 199 per person.
Besh Turkish Kitchen at Sheraton Mall Of The Emirates:
Enjoy the Holy Month with family and friends with a lavish Iftar at Besh. Expect Turkish and international dishes with an assortment of light, nutritious hot and cold mezze, salads, pide and grills, alongside traditional sweets treats and Ramadan beverages. Available daily, from sunset to 8pm. AED 175 per person, AED 135 per person (between 12 and 19 April only) and AED 90 (children aged five to eleven years).
GO: Call (0)4 377 2353 for reservations and more information.
BOCA at DIFC:
BOCA and Frying Pan Adventures will host a daily Iftar throughout the month of Ramadan inspired by flavours from the latter’s tours over the years. Some of the anticipated dishes include a version of a Palestinian tour hit, chilli and sumac stuffed falafel, homemade labneh empanadas, charcoal-grilled mackerel with pomegranate molasses and BOCA’s version of Iranian kebabs marinated in black lime. A slow-cooked Moroccan Tangia made with 12-hour braised lamb with saffron and lemon preserve is also said to be in the works. Available daily, from sunset to 9pm. AED 160 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 323 1833 for reservations and more information.
Brasserie Boulud at Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk:
Try chef Daniel Boulud’s unique French take on an authentic, Arabian Iftar. Honoring tradition, break your fast with dates and a delicious Pistou broth soup followed by an assortment of starters to share, including local burrata with crisp artichokes and pickled zaatar and wild mushroom falafel doused in velvet tahini dressing. Selections from the grill include prawns with smoked garlic and grilled lime, herb brushed bavette and seabream with sumac and parsley. Finish the meal with signature desserts like saffron poached pear tartlet served with pistachio cream, or go for a warm date pudding, dripping with salted caramel and accompanied by sweet, local honey ice cream. Available daily, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 195 per person (including Ramadan juices, water, tea and coffee).
GO: Call (0)4 281 4020 for reservations and more information.
Bull & Bear at Waldorf Astoria DIFC:
Enjoy Iftar at Bull & Bear, which has added an Arabic-inspired twist to their menu for the Holy Month of Ramadan. Diners can look forward to an a la carte Iftar including classics such as grilled flatbread with dips, lentil and pumpkin soup and Bull & Bear’s take on a mixed grill. In addition to the classic dishes, guests can also choose from options such as homemade ricotta with honey, sumac and hazelnut dukkha, mushroom arancini, and shrimp Harra. Available daily from sunset. AED 195 per person.
Cabana at Address Dubai Mall:
Enjoy expansive views of the world’s tallest tower and savour a flavourful buffet spread this Ramadan. Enjoy Saj or Kaak at the live stations to break your fast and soak up the setting as live Arabic music sets the tone for the night. Available dauly, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 195 per person.
Crowne Plaza Dubai:
Crowne Plaza Dubai celebrates the splendour of Ramadan traditions in their Jumeirah Ballroom. A rich Iftar buffet with a variety of cuisines includes Emirati dishes, Mediterranean dishes, Southeast Asian and international dishes, in addition to the mouth-watering Ramadan sweets. Available daily, from sunset. AED 169 per person and 50% discount for children under twelve years.
GO: Call (0)4 331 1111 for reservations and more information.
Feast at Sheraton Grand Dubai:
Keep everyone entertained at this Iftar as the culinary team show their skills in the open kitchen serving ouzi, Dawood basha, fish trablseah, shish Barak and choices of grilled meat. Cuisines from around the world such as Italian, Indian and Asian dishes will also be served. Desserts will feature homemade ice cream, basbousa, Umm Ali and kunafeh. Daily from sunset to 10pm. AED 195 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 503 4444 for reservations and more information.
Flavours on Two at Towers Rotana:
Throughout the holy month of Ramadan, Flavours on Two offers a lavish Iftar buffet. Enjoy seasonal favourites of International, Arabic, Indian, Pakistani and Asian dishes, including a selection of starters, salads, soups, main courses, desserts and juices, Arabic sweets and dates, Available daily, from sunset to 9pm. AED 160 per person.
Hutong at DIFC:
Hutong draws inspiration from the heritage of the Silk Road, where Arabic and Chinese influences merge, to present a memorable and immersive Iftar experience this season. Aligned with the traditions of Ramadan, guests will be welcomed with flavourful dates and commence with a choice of soup. A selection of delicately prepared starters such as Vegetarian Spring Rolls, Wild Mushroom and Truffle Bao and Prawn and Chicken Siu Mai will swiftly follow, setting the stage for the generous array of authentic mains. Diners can continue with a curated medley of mouth-watering dishes, including the aromatic Wok-Tossed Beef Tenderloin, spiced Yu Xiang Crispy Eggplant and signature Hutong Fried Rice. Effortlessly combining Arabic and Chinese flavours, the Date Pudding provides a sweet end to the meal. Available from sunset to 8pm. AED 198 per person (minimum of two people).
GO: Call (0)4 220 0868 for reservations and more information.
Kalea Restaurant at Lapita Hotel:
Settle into the relaxing Southern Pacific ambience and enjoy the feast you deserve at the all-day dining restaurant Kalea. Expect international cuisine with both Middle Eastern and Polynesian influences for Iftar. Available daily, from sunset. AED 175 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 810 9999 for reservations and more information.
Khyber at Dukes The Palm, A Royal Hideaway Hotel:
This Holy Month, North Indian restaurant Khyber welcomes guests to indulge in a mystical Iftar experience full of Indian delicacies. Located on the 15th floor of the hotel, the spacious restaurant with a beautiful terrace area promises to take guests on a culinary journey through the majestic Mughal era. Enjoy a selection of vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes, including Doodhiya Kalmiya and juicy keema seekh kababs, hearty mains featuring Handi Lazeez and classic daal Makhani, and for dessert, unique takes on ras malai and shahi Turka. Available daily from sunset to 11pm. AED 140 per person (including soft beverages and Ramadan juices), children aged seven to twelve receive a 50% discount and children aged six and below dine for free.
LIV at W Dubai – The Palm:
Break your fast and LIV a little at the W Dubai – The Palm’s food on stage venue, LIV. Guests can fuel their body and soul with friends and family, with an array of Iftar favourites with a contemporary mix from an extensive buffet selection, featuring hot and cold mezzeh, mixed grills and more. Available from sunset to 9pm. AED 195 per person (including Ramadan juices and soft drinks).
Liwan Restaurant at Swissôtel Al Ghurair:
This Ramadan, embrace the true essence of the Holy Month and create treasured family moments at Liwan Restaurant. From the fun-filled kid’s activities to the tempting choice of traditional flavours, providing the family with an evening of authentic tastes and cultural discovery. Available from sunset. AED 109 per person and AED 95 (for bookings made 48 hours in advance).
Marina Social at InterContinental Dubai Marina:
Celebrate this Ramadan with a selection of Mediterranean style dishes with panoramic views of the waterfront. Guests will be welcomed with flavourful dates and the wild mushroom ‘tea’ with Parmesan Foam. Follow by Norwegian salmon with focaccia and avocado puree and the Ragu of BBQ short rib. After a refreshing apricot sorbet, end the evening on a sweet note with sticky toffee date pudding. Available daily from sunset. AED 175 per person (five-course menu).
MASTI at La Mer:
Featuring contemporary and creative fusion dishes, the Iftar menu will offer a novel way for diners to break their fast with a traditional selection of lentil soup, dates and fruits and water served to the table. This will immediately be followed by cold plates of citrus and mesclun Salad and cassava chaat. Guests will then be served an alluring Iftar platter to share, featuring an eclectic selection of pumpkin khakra, smokey chipotle paneer tikka, beef empanadas and harissa chicken. Main courses will follow, where guests can choose their preferred dish from a diverse selection, including MASTI-style biryani, smokey dill butter chicken, prawns moilee or corn haleem. Available from sunset to 8pm. AD 150 per person.
Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai:
Celebrate the Holy Month with a lavish Iftar buffet that changes daily. Iftar includes traditional Middle Eastern dishes, such as hot and cold mezze, lamb ouzi, mixed grills and sweet treats. Daily from sunset. AED 129 (including soft beverages and Ramadan juices) and 50% discount for children aged six to twelve years.
GO: Call (0)4 336 6000 for reservations and more information.
Pascal Tepper French Bakery at Four Points by Sheraton, Sheikh Zayed Road:
Enjoy a daily Iftar buffet with a French twist at Pascal Tepper French Bakery, Sheikh Zayed Road. Enjoy a spread for the whole family, available for dining in or to take-away. Available from sunset to 9pm. AED 109 per person.
GO: Call (0)56 414 2213 for reservations and more information.
Purani Dilli at Four Points by Sheraton, Downtown Dubai, Al Mankhool:
Visit with family and friends for a delightful Iftar buffet. Break your fast with a wide selection of traditional Ramadan and Indian dishes, rich in flavours and prepared to perfection by Purani Dilli’s expert chefs. Available daily, from sunset to 10pm. AED 109 per person.
GO: Call (0)50 211 6816 for reservations and more information.
Roman Lounge at Caesars Palace Dubai:
Caesars Palace Dubai and UAE homegrown chef Zahra Abdalla will present guests with the very best of Arabian food and hospitality as part of an enchanting Ramadan dining experience. Zahra has curated an eclectic and exciting a la carte menu inspired by much-loved recipes from home, nostalgic moments shared at family Iftars and the unique regional flavours and aromas that make the Holy Month such a special time of year. Available daily, from 7pm. AED 160 per person (minimum spend).
GO: Call (0)4 556 6466 for reservations and more information.
Shores Restaurant at Delta Hotels by Marriott, Jumeirah Beach:
Embrace the spirit of the Holy Month of Ramadan and celebrate with a delicious Iftar spread in the heart of the bustling Jumeirah Beach Residence, between The Walk and Dubai Marina. Available daily, from sunset to 10pm. AED 109 per person.
GO: Call (0)50 189 6214 or reservations and more information.
Sirocco at Holiday Inn Dubai Festival City:
Feel the true spirit of Ramadan as you break your fast with your loved ones at Sirocco. Enjoy a bountiful Iftar buffet with a selection of international dishes and authentic Arabian flavours featuring Levantine favourites. Available daily from sunset. AED 125 per person, children under twelve years dine complimentary.
Taiko Dubai at Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk:
Throughout the Holy Month, Taiko Dubai will pay homage to the Far East’s richly authentic cuisine while skillfully and successfully blending the rich flavours and evocative textures of Asia and the Middle East. This masterful approach results in a three-course Iftar menu that will enchant and delight diners. Unique dishes from the menu include the wasabi flavoured falafel and couscous and Lobster infused with mild Arabic spices. Mains feature an assortment of show-stopping plates, including Wagyu biryani and baby chicken marinated with miso and pomegranate. The culinary journey concludes with a choice of desserts, including Umm Ali infused with matcha. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 195 per person (three courses including Ramadan juices, water, tea and coffee)
The Great British Restaurant at Dukes The Palm, A Royal Hideaway Hotel:
Guests in search of a traditional Arabian Iftar should visit The Great British Restaurant for a Royal Iftar. Befitting the name, guests can tuck into a lavish selection of traditional Middle Eastern dishes alongside tried and tested international favourites. Highlights include a shawarma and saj station, baked lamb kofta bil batatas, Moroccan plum lamb tagine, Indian zaffran pulao, Jordanian lamb mansaf, plus hammour with fennel and mixed grills prepared fresh from a live cooking station. Families can enjoy the live Oud musician’s smooth sounds as they end the evening with aromatic teas and Arabic coffees. Available daily from sunset to 11pm. AED 120 per person (including soft beverages and Ramadan juices), children aged seven to twelve receive a 50% discount and children aged six and below dine for free.
The Restaurant at Address Beach Resort:
Tuck into a traditional Iftar menu in The Restaurant’s outdoor setting overlooking the Ain Dubai and Bluewaters Island. Iftar at The Restaurant features traditional dishes served in a lavish buffet with live-carving stations. Guests can relish various appetisers, soups, chef’s signature dishes, sushi, a selection of mains and a dessert station. Parents can unwind in The Restaurant’s outdoor relaxation area, complete with warm settings and soft furnishings, while the kids play at The Qix Club next door. Available daily from sunset to 10:30pm. AED 198 per person and AED 99 (children).
The Spice Tree at DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai M Square:
Book two Iftars at The Spice Tree restaurant this Ramadan and receive a complimentary one night stay at DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai M Square. The restaurant brings a unique buffet during the Holy Month that blends Middle-Eastern and Indian cuisines, from butter chicken to Arabic mixed grills, Nizami kebab, lamb tagine and lamb ouzi. The artful chocolate dessert, Textures of Couverture makes for the perfect end to your Iftar. AED 199 per person or AED 139 (without the complimentary room offer).
GO: Call (0)4 217 5100 for reservations and more information.
Zaytoun at Crowne Plaza Dubai Festival City:
Share memorable moments this Ramadan with your family and friends at Zaytoun Restaurant. Break your fast under the stars and with striking views of Dubai Skyline while savouring a bountiful Iftar spread of authentic Arabian delicacies featuring Levantine favourites and International flavours with weekly culinary highlights. Available daily, from sunset. AED 175 per person and AED 85 (children aged seven to twelve years).
Under AED 300
99 Sushi Bar and Restaurant at Address Downtown:
Swanky Spanish brand 99 Sushi Bar is celebrating the Holy Month of Ramadan with a luminous menu, showcasing their generous ingredient-driven cuisine with a nine-course Iftar menu. Expect king crab augratin, wagyu flambé nigiri and flat grilled corn fed chicken to feature. Available daily, from sunset to 9pm. AED 225 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 547 2241 for reservations and more information.
Al Hadheerah at Bab Al Shams Desert Resort and Spa:
Dine under the desert sky as you break your fast with a Bedouin-style feast that pairs regional signatures such as Emirati lamb saloona, veal harees and international cuisines such as grilled shrimp and okra lamb. Adding a sweet ending to the Iftar is the decadent assortment of desserts available, including loukemat, mixed baklava towers and Umm Ali. Daily from sunset to 10pm. AED 280 per person (inclusive of Ramadan beverages, soft beverages and Arabian coffee).
Amaseena at The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, JBR:
Bedouin-inspired tents, a star-filled sky and the sounds of Arabic music create an authentic desert dining experience at Amaseena. From mandi-cooked lamb, traditional favourites and delicacies flavoured with hand-roasted spices, you’ll be spoilt for choice with a lavish spread across nine food stations highlighting the best of Middle Eastern cuisine. Available daily, from sunset to 9:30pm. AED 249 per person (inclusive of Ramadan juices and water).
Anise at InterContinental Dubai Festival City:
Taste the world this Ramadan with the lavish Iftar spread at Anise. Break your fast with a selection of authentic Arabian delicacies featuring Levantine and North African favourites and international flavours with weekly culinary highlights. Enjoy interactive dining with our eight live cooking stations serving dishes à la minute. Available daily from sunset. AED 225 per person and AED 110 (children aged seven to twelve years).
Armani/Pavilion at Armani Hotel Dubai:
Break your fast with a world of flavours at Armani/Pavilion this Ramadan. Embark on a culinary journey across continents and cuisines with an Iftar buffet showcasing the signature restaurants at Armani Hotel Dubai. Enjoy a selection of dates and fresh juices to start, before discovering an array of European classics, exotic Indian spiced favourites, contemporary Italian delights, delectable Japanese dishes and authentic flavours from the Levant to the Mediterranean. Available daily, from sunset to 9pm. AED 275 per person.
Ayamna at Atlantis The Palm:
Throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan, Atlantis The Palm invites UAE residents to break their fast at the resort’s celebrated Lebanese restaurant Ayamna, with delicious set menus hand-selected by the Beirut-born chef Ali. Offering a wide variety of Lebanese dishes, diners can feast on Chef Ali’s signatures including lentil soup, hot and cold mezzeh, a selection of meat dishes such as slow-cooked lamb shoulder and mixed grill, as well as fish tagine, baked ouzi, and shrimps kunafa. Sumptuous desserts will include date cheesecake with baklava ice cream , katayef, opera cake, and maamoul mad bil ashta. Available daily, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 210 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 426 2626 for reservations and more information.
Bella at Grand Millennium Hotel, Business Bay:
The Bella Iftar menu has been designed to engage the senses. Start with specially prepared sourdough bread with dried fruits, nuts and date butter, followed by starters including borlotti beans soup, puffed white rice, dates and spices, and chickpea peanut hummus. Mains include a selection of rice dishes including pilaf rice, capsicum, pistachio, raisins, saffron and confit lamb leg, or pilaf rice, capsicum, pistachio, raisins, saffron and eggplant baba ganush. For dessert, indulge in camel milk ice cream with cherries and almond crumble. Available daily from sunset to 1am. AED 250 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 873 3377 for reservations and more information.
Chival at La Ville Hotel & Suites City, Walk Dubai:
Savour a blend of traditional and contemporary Arabic dishes. Starting with a selection of Middle Eastern salads and cold mezze, followed by a variety of soups. These are followed in quick succession by several mini Lebanese hot mezze, including shrimps Provencal, cheese fatayer, eat kibbeh and manakish straight from the wood-fire. For mains, diners can expect lamb shank with ouzi rice, baked sea bream with tahini, Dawood basha, and Iranian mixed grill. Those with a sweet tooth will relish the selection of Arabic sweets and desserts, which include rose-scented halwa cheesecake and orange blossom panna cotta. Available daily, from sunset to 9pm. AED 239 per person (including Ramadan juices), AED 169 (if dining with a group of ten or more), AED 119.50 (children aged six to twelve years) and children aged six and below eat for free.
COYA Dubai at Four Seasons Resort Jumeirah:
For Ramadan, COYA Dubai has curated a four-course Iftar menu, filled with nutritional necessities for a nourishing and delicious way to break your fast. The set menu includes soups, salads, and grilled meats such as baby chicken, Peruvian dried potato and cauliflower with rice, beef ribs, chargrilled sea bream fillet, and Chilean seabass. Completing the delicious meal is a dessert of green tea meringue with pistachio, date cream, and apricot. Available daily, from sunset to 7:30pm. AED 230 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 316 9600 for reservations and more information.
Enigma at Palazzo Versace Dubai:
Enjoy a family-style Iftar celebration with the authentic Persian culinary traditions of Enigma. Indulge in the tempting set menu, starting with Sabzi Khordan to delicious homemade Persian cheese, roasted Persian bread and more. Guests will then choose from cold and warm starters followed by a heartwarming soup, main courses and a selection of desserts. Available daily, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 230 per person (inclusive of water and Ramadan juices).
Giardino at Palazzo Versace Dubai:
Experience magical nights in the fashion-inspired surroundings of Giardino this Ramadan. The jungle-themed restaurant promises a wide selection of traditional Middle Eastern and international dishes, with the Iftar menu featuring live cooking stations offering kebabs, rotisserie and grilled meats as well as salad and fresh juice stations. Available daily, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 230 per person (inclusive of water and Ramadan juices).
LPM Restaurant & Bar at DIFC:
To celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan, LPM Restaurant & Bar will be offering guests a French-Mediterranean-style Iftar. The Iftar menu includes a welcome Ramadan drink, soup, dates, two starters, one main course and a dessert. Available daily from sunset. AED 240 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 439 0505 for reservations and more information.
Marea at DIFC:
Celebrate the Holy Month with a fine dining Iftar from DIFC’s hot spot Marea. Break your fast with a three-course set menu, full of Italian coastal favourites. Start with an Italian tomato soup and mezze plate, followed by one of Marea’s best-selling dishes, melt in your mouth Italian Burrata. The main course is a hearty handmade Rigatoni pasta and Wagyu beef Bolognese and dessert is the fancy Cioccolato. Available from sunset to 7:30pm. AED 249 per person.
Mezzerie at Waldorf Astoria Dubai, Palm Jumeriah:
Mezzerie’s Iftar features a lavish Iftar spread of flavourful Middle Eastern fare and international delicacies as well as live cooking stations. Hot and cold mezze, fresh juices, soups, exotically spiced mixed grills and Arabic sweets complete this extraordinary experience. Available daily from sunset. AED 205 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 818 2153 for reservations and more information.
Netsu at Mandarin Oriental Dubai, Jumeira:
Experience an Iftar like no other as Netsu serves up a Japanese-themed Ramadan menu, cooked on Dubai’s only Warayaki grill. The three-course menu offers diners a taste of Chef Ross Shonhan’s Japanese creations for a dining experience like no other. A selection of hand-crafted Ramadan-inspired mocktails will be served for the perfect pairing with your meal. Available from sunset to 8pm. AED 265 per person (including soft beverages and mocktails).
GO: Call (0)4 777 2232 for reservations and more information.
For the month of Ramadan, Roberto’s will play host to guest Chef Ammar Al-Ekili who joins Chef Giovanni Cortese in creating a bespoke Iftar menu. The Arab-Italian menu highlights authentic Italian dishes with a Middle Eastern twist, including Burrata e Pomodorini, Couscous di Pesce e Zafferano and a selection of homemade Italian and Arabic desserts. Available daily, from sunset to 11pm. AED 250 per person.
Shanghai Me at DIFC:
Throughout the Holy Month, guests can feast on new Ramadan-inspired dishes. The weekly menu begins with a choice of soup; miso, sweetcorn, hot and sour or the new prawn wonton soup, created specifically for the month. To follow, a selection of signature dishes will be served, including the roast chicken and black cod, alongside prawn toast, vegetable spring rolls, cucumber and avocado salad, dim sum, rice and broccoli. For dessert, Chef Shane Macneill has developed a special date cake, served with miso caramel and passion fruit ice cream. Available daily, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 245 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 564 0505 for reservations and more information.
Tasca by José Avillez at Mandarin Oriental Dubai, Jumeira:
Indulge in a one-of-a-kind Portuguese Iftar and enjoy uninterrupted views of the Arabian Gulf and Dubai skyline. Enjoy dishes made with the freshest Portuguese ingredients and unique Ramadan-inspired mocktails to accompany the meal as you break your fast in this eclectic environment. Available from sunset to 8pm. AED 265 per person (including soft beverages and mocktails).
GO: Call (0)4 777 2231 for reservations and more information.
The Bay at Mandarin Oriental Dubai, Jumeira:
Break your fast while enjoying a scenic view of the Arabian Gulf at beachside brasserie, The Bay. The restaurant is celebrating the Holy Month with an assortment of appetising dishes in a buffet setting. Choose from various fresh salads, a range of flavourful mains, including seafood and spiced meats, and gourmet desserts. Available from sunset to 8pm. AED 280 per person (including Ramadan beverages).
GO: Call (0)4 777 2233 for reservations and more information.
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre:
Delve into the spirit of the Holy Month in the opulent Ramadan Majlis at The Ritz-Carlton DIFC. Satiate your appetite with an array of Lebanese cold mezze and hot mezze while main courses like lamb ouzi with saffron rice, mixed grills, slow-cooked lamb chops, roasted beef, chicken with potato, grilled sea bass, vegetable Salona and vermicelli rice adorn the menu. There will also be live dessert stations including mixed berry cobbler, saffron rice pudding, chocolate truffle cake, a freshly fried Kataif station, cheese kunafa station, freshly made crepes, and Turkish ice cream. Available daily, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 219 per person.
Trèsind at VOCO Dubai:
The kitchen of Trèsind is like a laboratory where the team of highly creative chefs are constantly working on curating new concepts in gastronomy. For Ramadan 2021, the team has come up with a menu inspired by India’s royal kitchens. The set menu consists of various meat dominant classic dishes, interpreted with a unique Trèsind twist. Available from sunset. AED 250 per person (food only).
GO: Call (0)56 420 9754 for reservations and more information.
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CÉ LA VI Dubai at Address Sky View:
Watch the sun disappear over the downtown skyline and enjoy a three-course menu that includes starters such as baby gem lettuce salad with ginger sesame dressing or winter squash soup with date cream and pomegranate. Mains include roasted black cod with sweetcorn pudding and grilled baby chicken satay with coconut rice. Finish your meal with a healthy assortment of fruits. Available daily from sunset to 8pm. AED 250 (three-course meal in the lounge) or AED 350 (three-course meal on the pool deck).
ROKA at ME Dubai:
ROKA Dubai will be offering guests a special menu throughout Ramadan. The sharing menu includes traditional dates and signature dishes such as iceberg lettuce with caramelised onion dressing, beef, ginger and sesame dumplings, sea bream fillet with ryotei miso and red onion, the iconic ROKA baked potato with yuzu cream and chives and a signature ROKA dessert platter showcasing a mix of seasonal fruits and sorbets. Available daily from sunset. AED 380 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 439 7171 for reservations and more information.
Scalini Dubai at Four Seasons Resort Jumeirah:
Designed to be shared between family and friends, begin the meal with Minestrone, Pasta e Fagioli or Lentil soup, before light, refreshing starters of Mista Quinoa Salad, Ricotta Bresaola, Mozzarella in Carrozza, Calamari alla Luciana, and Burrata with Datterini tomatoes are served. Main courses include Gameroni Fra Diavola with steamed rice, Piccatina Limone, Lasagne, Chicken Milanese, Penne Arrabiata, Ravioli with Spinach and Ricotta, and a classic Spaghetti Bolognese. Each meal ends with a sweet and indulgent Dake Cake, created especially for the Holy Month. Available daily, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 345 per person.
GO: Call (0)4 349 0068 for reservations and more information.
Weslodge at JW Marriott Marquis Dubai:
Weslodge Saloon’s exclusive Iftar menu includes classic dates, bread, hummus and lentil soup on arrival, then takes guests a little further across the Atlantic. Highlights include golden calamari, juicy grilled chicken wings, Southern Fried Chicken and a USDA Ribeye from Weslodge’s famous hardwood & charcoal grill. Taking guests back to the Middle East for the final act, the Weslodge team has created their unique take on classic pistachio baklava. Available daily, from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 450 per couple.
GO: Call (0)4 560 1700 for reservations and more information.