7 Dubai Iftars to try this week

A memorable Iftar experience for every night of the week.


Savour a flavourful buffet spread of traditional Arabic cuisine with Iftar at this rooftop hotspot at Address Dubai Mall. Enjoy kaak bread at the live stations to break your fast, then soak up city views with live oud music, a roaming Gahwa service and hubbly bubbly. Available daily from sunset to 9pm. AED 210 per person.

GO: Call 04 438 8666 for reservations and more information.


Café Beirut 

The Iftar menu at Café Beirut has been meticulously crafted for the holy month of Ramadan. The meal begins with a welcoming variety of hot and cold mezze dishes, including fresh salads, hummus, smoky moutabal, warak enab, mixed mouajanat, soujouk, and batata harra. Main courses will offer a daily dish with rice or the mammoth mixed grill, whilst a selection of Ramadan desserts will end the meal on a sweet note. Available daily, from sunset to 10pm. AED 150 per person.

GO: Call 04 422 5211 for reservations and more information.

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The enticing Persian menu at Enigma features authentic dishes such as Sabzi Khordan, homemade Persian cheese and roasted Persian bread. Then, as night falls, indulge in mouthwatering dishes, including a selection of cold and warm starters followed by heartwarming soups, main courses, and an arrangement of spectacular desserts. Available daily from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. AED 250 per person.

GO: Email dining@palazzoversace.ae or call 04 556 8805 for reservations and more information.

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Mohalla in D3 have launched a four-course Iftar menu for the Holy Month. The four-course set menu (AED 115 per person) is an ode to the flavours and tastes of Delhi. Expect keema samosa, onion pakora, dal shorba, avocado paapdi chat and a savoury chicken tikka wrap. The main course is a choice between mutton biryani or butter chicken served with Malabari paratha. End on a sweet note with a chilled kulfi falooda or gulab jamun with ice cream. Elsewhere, diners looking to break their fast at home can enjoy an array of light snacks and meals delivered ahead of Iftar. Mohalla’s Ramadan platters start from AED 210 and include keema matar samosas, chicken tikka sandwiches, malai tikka wraps, keema served in buttery soft pav buns and a cardamom and date cheesecake.

GO: Call 800 6642552 for reservations and more information.

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Moon Slice

If the craving for a genuinely satisfying and flavoursome pizza arises by Iftar, there’s only one place that does it right. The Lahmajoon offers an appetising minced beef pizza with a spicy dressing topped with onion salad and accompanied by a soul-nourishing lentil soup. Moon Slice patrons can enjoy this Ramadan offer in the restaurant’s relaxed atmosphere in Dar Wasl Mall. Available daily from sunset. AED 98,

GO: Call 04 239 8363 for reservations and more information.

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Scalini will be offering guests the opportunity to break their fast with an Iftar menu of signature dishes. Designed as a sharing concept to be enjoyed with family and friends, the Iftar menu begins with a comforting beans soup with orzo pasta or crisp calamari fritti with a quinoa salad before moving on to a refreshing starter of bresaola with creamy ricotta accompanied by a Scalini mista salad. Guests are then invited to indulge in a penne all’ arrabbiata, grilled whole baby chicken or tagliatelle alla crema con pollo e funghi, with oven baked salmone al cartoccio can gamberetti to follow. The crescendo of this Italian Iftar comes in the form of a velvety tiramisu or a decadent Nutella cheesecake. Available daily from 7pm to 9pm. AED 250 per person.

GO: Call 04 349 0068 for reservations and more information.

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Tàn Chá

To celebrate the holy month, Tàn Chá introduces its made-to-share Iftar menu, curated for those looking to break their fast with a contemporary authentic Chinese culinary experience. Imagined by Chef David, the Iftar menu includes classic prawn dumplings, steamed Wagyu beef buns, crispy prawn wontons, custard buns, stir-fried chicken udon, wild mushrooms and vegetable noodles and everyone’s favourite stir-fried tulip cake. To make the occasion unique, Tàn Chá’s tea sommelier has curated a special selection of teas that pair perfectly with the dim sum. Available daily from 6:30pm to 8pm. AED 400 per person.

GO: Visit https://tanchadubai.com for reservations and more information. 

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