Ramadan Special: Best Iftars in Dubai!

By olga Wednesday, 15 May 2019 4:13 PM

Ramadan Special: Best Iftars in Dubai!

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The holy month of Ramadan is one of the most special occasions of the year, and this itself calls for a special mention of the best Iftar in Dubai! 2019 is the Year of Tolerance and more and more you'll find all nationalities and cultures coming together to celebrate iftar together.

Iftar, a crucial meal during Ramadan, is indeed a special gathering, ideal for spending quality time with family and loved ones, while savouring the most delicious of foods and desserts! Even if you are not fasting for Ramadan, no worries. Feel free to join any one of Ramadan Dubai hotels and eateries to experience Iftar meal. Rest assured, you will be greeted by wonderfully decorated interiors, lavish spreads comprising of delicious culinary specialities from all over the world and charming host, dedicated to ensure that you have a wonderful time with your family and friends during Iftar dinners in Dubai. Aviamost presents some amazing places in Dubai for best Ramadan Iftars.

Asateer Tent at Atlantis, The Palm

One of the most iconic tents in Dubai, Asateer brings together food from the world renowned Hakkasan and international buffet Kaleidoscope in a location that expects to host a whopping 60,000 guests during the Holy Month. Expect a wide variety of local and international mains and ten dessert stations.

When? Sunset to 8.30pm

How much? AED220

Children's Policy: AED 110 per child aged 4 to 11 years old – including juices and water and little guests under 4 dine for free

Call +971 4 426 2626 to book

Crescendo, Anantara The Palm

Celebrate the holy month of Ramadan with sumptuous buffet dining at Crescendo, Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort. This Ramadan guests will discover a host of delicious feasting options to satisfy every appetite in a stylish setting with live kanoun entertainment to have memorable time with friends and family.

Savour a special Iftar buffet of mouth-watering Arabic, European and Asian cuisine and choose to sit in the luxurious, chic indoor dining area, or dine on the spacious outdoor terrace. Guests will adore the fabulous views across the cobalt waters of the infinity pool to the shoreline beyond. Begin with a truly traditional breaking of the fast with jallab, tamer hindi, kamer aldein, laban earan, karkadé juices, plain and stuffed dates.

Priced at AED199 per adult inclusive of water, Ramadan juices and Arabic coffee and

Children's Policy: AED 100 per child aged 6 till 11 years old and little guests under 6 dine for free

Call +971 4 567 8304 to book

Al Hadheerah, Bab al Shams

This one will take your breath away. Experience iftar under the stars at Al Hadheerah restaurant, set among rolling sand dunes at the exclusive resort. This desert iftar is completed with traditional entertainment, and the camel and horse shows make it truly spectacular.

When? Sunset until 11pm

How much? AED265 from Sunday to Wednesday, and AED 295 from Thursday to Saturday,

Children's Policy: Children aged 4 to 12 will be able to dine with 50% discount, and little guests under 4 dine for free

Bebabel, The Dubai Mall, Fashion Avenue

Why not try progressive Lebanese cuisine for iftar? The special set menu, offers comforting at-home style dishes that are filling but not too heavy. Once you take a seat, you will be offered a choice of soups, salads, main courses, cold talatas, hot talatas and beverages. Once you get through the first portion of your iftar, you can choose your main. The options are lamb with rice siyyadieh and chicken freekeh. Both are tender and taste just like home. Bebabel is located in Fashion Avenue, so it offers terrace seating with views of the city and the Dubai Mall Fountain.

How much: Dh120 per person

When: Sunset to 12am

OSH, La Mer
It’s a new restaurant offering Uzbek cuisine. Their iftar menu offers dishes from Middle East and Central Asia like moutabel and Osh, a dish of spiced rice, lamb and sautéed vegetables, and Chak Chak a fried honey cake. Other Middle Eastern dishes include kofta, hummus, saffron milk cake and khubz. The more adventurous eaters shouldn’t miss the mixed samsa, crunchy and flaky triangular pastries (similar to sambousek. OSH is a great place to enjoy a culturally diverse iftar.

How much: Dh149

When: Sunset to 9pm

Dubai Opera: An Exquisite Venue For Your Iftar

Break your fast in the most unique setting this Ramadan as Dubai Opera’s auditorium once again transforms into a magnificent banquet hall for Iftar. Presenting three different Iftar menus throughout the month, savour a delicious variety of Arabic and international dishes. Enjoy this special time with family and friends in elegant surroundings, accompanied by beautiful music from our live entertainment in the largest venue in Downtown Dubai.

Price: Individual bookings at AED260 per person.

When? Daily from Sunset until 9.30pm.

Call +971 4 440 8888 to book