Treppan Hotel & Suites by Fakhruddin offers iftar for Dh65.
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DUBAI – We round-up the hotels, restaurants, cafes and other places in the UAE where you can break your fast during Ramadan or have suhoor. Bookmark this page and hit refresh for more updates.
Indulge in an exclusive iftar or suhoor experience at Treppan Hotel & Suites by Fakhruddin. Feast on a selection of gourmet menus while relaxing in the hotel’s Zuri & Go restaurant and cafe.
Prices: Dh65 for iftar, Dh35 for suhoor. Timings: From sunset. Telephone 04 5598500. Go to website
How about a DNA test to go with your iftar? The unique experience at all-day dining restaurant, Vibe, offers a wholistic approach to your iftar, right down to your gene.
First, you will be led to the hotel’s health centre to get your free genetic test where you can choose specific tests on weight management, micronutrient management, food intolerance or anti-ageing management.
Then it’s off to the restaurant to break your fast with an array of Ramadan treats, including healthy cold mezze with superfood dressings, as well as all-time favourite signature Ramadan beverages and dishes including authentic Lean Lamb Ouzzi, 48-hour flavour-infused chicken shawarma, fresh manakesh and oriental breads. The iftar also features three live cooking stations and a date and halawet market.
Price: Dh175 per person. Timings: Sunset until 11pm. Telephone: 04 524 7777. Go to website
Break your fast with a mouth-watering spread of delicious dishes, along with locally inspired beverages and immerse yourself in captivating traditional Arabic performances on select weekday and weekend nights throughout Ramadan.
Price: Dh99 (Dh50 for children under 12). Telephone: +971 4 702 7000
Rovers can ‘Pass It On’ at The Daily restaurants of Rove City Centre, Rove Healthcare City
Rove Trade Centre and Rove Dubai throughout Ramadan. With every purchase of a full-price iftar, you will receive a free voucher to dine again or pass it on to people in need, friends or family.
The suhoor buffet Flavours Restaurant at Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham JBR features a selection of traditional and contemporary Middle Eastern cuisine including salads and mezze, Arabic mix grill, and sweets.
Price: Dh99. Timing: Until 2:30am. Telephone: 04 399 9979
Enjoy a delightful evening at Da Vinci’s with a special iftar 3-course set menu combining Ramadan specialties and Italian flavurs.
Price: Dh120 per adult. Timings: Sunset until 8:30pm. Telephone: 04 7028888
If you’re in Ajman, try the iftar at Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche, Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Ajman or Ramada by Wyndham Beach Hotel Ajman. And if you dine after 9pm, you get a 60% discount on the iftar buffet.
Choose from the sumptuous mix of Arabic and international flavours at Orchid Restaurant at Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Ajman, freshly-barbecued specialties at King’s Grill at Ramada by Wyndham Beach Hotel Ajman, or Middle Eastern cuisines with modern twist at Gourmet Garden at Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche.
Price: Dh120 per adult (50 percent discount for children). Timings: from sunset. Telephone: 06 7014444 (Wyndham Garden Ajman Corniche); 06 7031111 (Ramada Hotel & Suites by Wyndham Ajman); 06 7429999 (Ramada by Wyndham Beach Hotel Ajman).
The iftar buffet Flavours Restaurant at Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham JBR features a selection of traditional and contemporary Middle Eastern cuisine including salads and mezze, Arabic mix grill, and sweets.
Price: Dh129 for adults, Dh64.50 for children aged 6 to 12 (Dh79 per person for groups of 20 or more). Timing: Sunset until 10:30pm. Telephone: +971 4 399 9979.
Enjoy authentic Arabic, Mediterranean, and a variety of International dishes, along with Ramadan sweets and beverages, and cold and hot Mezzeh, prepared by Chef Jean Ballouz and his team of chefs at Entre-Nous Restaurant. A live cooking station is also available for guests to enjoy watching while the food was being prepared.
Price: Dh139. Timings: Sunset until 11pm. Telephone: 04 3320000
Dubai’s favourite Mexican cantina has the perfect selection of delicious dishes, delectable desserts and refreshing beverages to satisfy your appetite and re-energise your senses after a long day of fasting during Ramadan.
Price: Dh149. Timings: from sunset until late. Telephone: 04 327 5878
Delicious iftar buffet spread that varies every night. Traditional Arabic shawarma, charcoal-grilled meat selections, including shish taouk, kofta and mixed-grilled meats in various marinades. A range of Arabic sweets and Ramadan juices.
Price: Dh149 (Dh119 per person for group bookings). Telephone: +971 4 207 1747
This upcoming Ramadan, Ghaya Grand Hotel invites everyone to gather with friends and family and enjoy post-fast breaking feast including a daily wide spread of traditional Arabic buffet, live cooking stations and Ramadan beverages.
Price: Dh115 per person. Telephone: 04 429 3300
Karak House, the homegrown Emirati restaurant in Downtown Dubai, will be serving a four-course menu that consists of dishes which are modern interpretations of traditional Emirati dining. uests can choose between a cozy and ambient indoor dining experience or opt to dine on the terrace which boasts glimmering views of the twinkling Burj Khalifa.
Price: Dh109 per person. Telephone: 04 551 6852
Sushi, barbecued meat and seafood, kebabs, lamb tangine and more. Indulge in a delectable iftar buffet at Loumi showcasing authentic Arabic and international delicacies with a variety of Arabic sweets and live cooking stations.
Price: Dh169 per adult, Dh89 per child (children ages 4 below dine free). Timings: sunset until 8:30pm. Telephone: 04 7028888
The Meydan Hotel will be offering an array of cuisines this Ramadan at its annual Meydan Ramadan tent; with an accessible Iftar buffet, and Suhoor a la carte offering. Guests will savour an array of delicacies from the international buffet, featuring traditional Middle Eastern favourites.
Price: Dh199 per adult, 50% discount for children. Timings: sunset until 8pm (iftar) and 9pm until 2am (suhoor). Telephone: 04 381 3333. Go to website
Keep the traditions alive by breaking your fast with an iftar featuring well-loved Middle Eastern dishes at Kenza at Ramada by Wyndham Downtown Dubai. Kenza’s iftar spread includes a variety of dates and dried fruits, hot and cold mezze, lamb ouzi, and a live Arabic mix grill station. The meal is complemented by Ramadan juices such as jalab and tamar hindi, plus a selection of Arabic desserts.
Price: Dh179 per adult, Dh89 per child (children below 5 years old dine free). Time: sunset until 10pm. Telephone: 04 303 9475
Iftar at Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding isa unique experience for tourists and residents alike. Held in the courtyard of our wind-tower house in the heart of Al Fahidi Historical Neighborhood, the iftar features Arabic coffee and dates and a selection of Emirati dishes.
Price: Dh185 per adult, Dh90 for children aged 7 to 11. Timings: May 8 to June 1 and daily throughout Ramadan, except Fridays, from 7pm to 9pm. Telephone: 04 353 6666.
Kenza’s iftar spread includes a variety of dates and dried fruits, hot and cold mezze, lamb ouzi, and a live Arabic mix grill station. The meal is complemented by Ramadan juices such as jalab and tamar hindi, plus a selection of Arabic desserts.
Walnut Grove has specially crafted a 3-course iftar menu for everyone to enjoy with their loved ones, and includes a choice of mains including delicious lamb chops and truffle risotto, a variety of home-made baked goods for dessert and much more to indulge in.
Price: Dh129. Telephone: 04 344 4441
BHAR, the contemporary Middle Eastern style brasserie of Renaissance Downtown Hotel, will be hosting a buffet style iftar featuring traditional Middle Eastern cuisine all interpreted with Chef Mohanad’s modern twist.
Price: Dh195. Timing: Sunset until 9pm. Telephone: 04 512 5555
La Petite Maison Dubai and Abu Dhabi offers an iftar featuring a variety of starters, including green lentils, quinoa salad, carpaccio tuna and calamari; flavourful classic main course dishes, such as grilled sirloin, grilled lamb cutlets with smoked aubergine, grilled tiger prawns and Arrabbiata, capped with a pick of your favourite dessert.
Price: Dh240 per person. Timing: 6:45pm until 8pm. Telephone:04 439 0505
The St. Regis Abu Dhabi is offering an unparalleled iftar in the world’s highest suspended suite – situated 220 meters up in the sky, adjoining the iconic Nation Towers on the Abu Dhabi Corniche.
The Abu Dhabi Suite promises a truly unique affair for families and friends to experience with an extensive Iftar array of exquisite, traditional Arabian delicacies, a dedicated dessert room featuring Kunafa and Atayef and Ramadan beverages served by the welcoming St. Regis culinary team.
The 1,120 square meter setting features décor that blends Arabian traditions and contemporary sophistication, guests can expect 24-karat gold leaf accents, velvet upholstered walls in jewel-toned colours, intricate glass mosaics, and cascading crystals lend a regal air to the entire space. The suite is complete with a captivating 360 degree views of the city, a private VIP entrance, 3 bedrooms and a dedicated spa and movie theatre.
Price: Dh320 per person. Timings: Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from sunset to 9.30pm. Telephone: +971 2 694 4553, or email [email protected]
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