It’s the holy month of Ramadan and Muslims all over the world are celebrating it piously. Ramadan is not only famous for just fasting, but also for the food that comes after the fast. Mouthwatering Iftar dishes await those who break their fast after sunset to fill their stomachs.
On this holy occasion, we bring to you 10 places in Dubai for Iftar delicacies. Just go and celebrate with them.
- Saraya Ramadan Tent, Armani Hotel:
With the holy month of Ramadan here, everybody is in the spirit of celebration. Saraya Tent organized by the Armani Hotel, Burj Khalifa, Dubai shares the same spirit. To give a traditional ambience, the space is designed in the form of tents with floor-to-ceiling windows. The hotel’s different in-house restaurants will amaze you with its menus; Amal offering Indian, Hashi for Japanese, and Ristorante with Italian cuisine will give your taste buds a run for your money.
- The Address Montgomerie:
All football fans, gear up. Your Iftar is coming along with a Euro Championship. The Address Montgomerie offers buffet varying in lots of different items. The glass tents of this hotel overlook the golf course and inside see the live action of football. Fill your stomach with delicious food while cheering for your favorite teams.
- Alserkal Avenue:
Imagine this. Art installations, live music, games, food and friends to enjoy your Iftar with. What more could anyone want during Ramadan. Alserkal Avenue, in Dubai has bought this picture to life. This Ramadan, have a unique, yet traditional and moreover, spiritual experience at Alserkal Avenue.
- Big Chefs:
A family that eats together, stays together. Celebrate the holy month of Ramadan by breaking the fast along with your family at Big Chefs. Located in The beach at Jumeirah Beach Residence (JBR), this restaurant offers a special 3 course Iftar menu. So, take your family with you and enjoy the festival in unison.
- Rang Mahal, JW Marriott, Dubai:
Rang Mahal in itself gives the meaning, palace of colors. Atul Kochhar, celebrity chef runs the kitchen here. Known for his specialized items from the Indian cuisine, Rang Mahal will be offering an 11 dish menu for Iftar. Break your Ramadan with an Indian twist at Rang Mahal, this holy month.
- Aseelah, Radisson Blu:
With over a 200 dish offerings from their in-house multiple restaurants Radison Blu Hotel just wants you to go crazy. The traditional Arabian dishes with a modern ambience offering will just make you go gaga this Ramadan. Having your Iftar here will paint a great memory of Ramadan for you.
- Nobu, Palm Jumeirah:
How about having Iftar with a Japanese twist? Slow cooked lamb accompanied with Creamy Rock Shrimp and end it with Mochi Ice cream. Mouthwatering, isn’t it? Witness the feel of traveling to Japan this Ramadan by dining in Dubai at Nobu.
- GIARDINO, Palazzo Versace:
Try Italian cuisine this Iftar if you’d like something different to thrill your taste buds. Giardino, meaning a garden in Italian, offers live cooking on its menu. There are stations in the hotel to get whatever food you need from their Ramadan menu. Kebabs, rotisserie, grilled meats, and sumptuous lamb ouzi, are just some of the dishes available. Fresh juices are also available to quench your thirst after a scrumptious Iftar meal.
- Centro Barsha:
This Ramadan, enjoy the true essence of the holy month by breaking your fast at Centro Barsha. The contemporary rooms offer tea and coffee making equipment, flat-screen TVs, high-speed Wi-Fi (fee) and sitting areas. With their various Arabian traditional menus, enjoy breaking your fast here.
- City café:
Hosting both Arabian cuisine and International dishes for Iftar, City café will let you savor every moment spent. The place ensures that there’s something for everyone. Located at all Citymax hotels, City Café provides its guests an abundance of choices, making it one of the best places to eat during the month of Ramadan.
It’s not every day in our busy lives that we treat ourselves and pamper ourselves like kings. And festivals are the perfect time when everyone gets together to celebrate happiness. So you might as well pamper yourselves a little bit and have fun. Have a wonderful Ramadan and a great iftar!