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The top restaurants for iftar in Dubai to guarantee a memorable Ramadan

Embrace the spirit of the Holy Month.

The Dubai dining scene is going all out to make sure you experience the best food and hospitality this Ramadan. To ensure you embrace the traditions of the Holy Month, FACT highlights some of the best places for iftar in Dubai this year.

99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant

99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant welcomes the Holy Month with a lavish 12-course menu featuring beloved classics and superb signatures. Start your gastronomic adventure with a truffle-infused Capumiso soup followed by Kobe Edamame sautéed in wagyu fat, Chicken Gyozas glazed in saffron, and King Crab Leg au Gratin. Indulge in the spectacular Temptsuzu Maki, Vegano Maki, Seabass Flambé and Salmon Flambé. The main course features a lamb rack glazed in teriyaki jus and served with Ohitashi rice. Available daily from sunset. AED 275 per person.

GO: Call 04 547 2241 for reservations and more information.

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Address Grand Creek Harbour

Enjoy an iftar buffet at Luma Pool Lounge, where the elegant ambience and captivating creek views create the perfect backdrop for a Ramadan evening. Tuck into buffet-style Middle Eastern dishes such as Bamia Bil Lahim and Beef Stroganoff before exploring live stations featuring lamb ouzi and meat from the charcoal grill. Finish with tempting desserts like Kunafa Bel Jibn and Um Ali while enjoying flavorful hubbly bubbly options. Available daily from sunset until 9pm. AED 275 per person.

GO: Email dineatcreek@addresshotels.com or call 04 275 8888 for reservations and more information.

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Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort

Immerse yourself in the sacred traditions of Ramadan at Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort, where the spirit of the season comes alive at Crescendo Restaurant. The nightly iftar buffet features traditional dishes such as mezze platters, lamb ouzi, and seafood. Choose to dine under the stars on the poolside terrace or in the comfort of the restaurant. Available daily from sunset. AED 230 per person or AED 100 for children aged six to 11 years.

GO: Email restaurants.dubai@anantara.com or call 04 567 8304 for reservations and more information.

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Atlantis, The Palm

Inside Atlantis, The Palm’s Asateer Tent, diners can anticipate a fusion buffet showcasing international, Arabesque, Khaleeji, Persian, and Turkish cuisines. Asateer will host up to 1,400 guests per night with various seating arrangements, such as the Royal Majlis, four VIP Majlis areas overlooking the Arabian Sea, booth seating and dining tables catering to indoor and outdoor guests. Expect Ramadan favourites such as Jordanian lamb mansaf, lamb ouzi, and a western carving station. Indulge your sweet tooth with dessert stations boasting traditional live Arabic sweet-making, kunafa, osmaliya with ashta, and an ice cream station. Available daily from sunset. AED 270 per person on weekdays and AED 290 per person on weekends.

GO: Email asateer@atlantisthepalm.com or call 04 426 2626 for reservations and more information.

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Bab Al Shams, A Rare Finds Desert Resort

Indulge in a sumptuous Middle Eastern feast at Al Hadheerah and be enchanted by live performances inspired by the region’s vibrant heritage. As the evening unfolds, immerse yourself in a vibrant souk experience filled with handmade carpets, exotic perfumes, sand art, and camel wool pashminas. The evening culminates with a dazzling showcase of dancers, musicians, falconers, camel, and horse riders, bringing the spirit of Arabian heritage to life. Available daily from sunset to 11pm. AED 399 per person.

GO: Call 04 809 6194 for reservations and more information.

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Beefbar Dubai

Celebrated for its innovative international cuisine, Beefbar will serve iftar amidst the picturesque Turtle Lagoon in Jumeirah Al Naseem. Start with a selection of dates and the soup of the day before indulging in Doner Kebab, Quesadillas and Rock Corn. For the main course, enjoy Beefbar’s signature Ginger Sea Bass, Lemon Chicken Robata, and Steak Frites. The meal concludes with a selection of desserts. Available daily from sunset to 7:30pm. AED 250 per person.

GO Call 04 423 2238 for reservations and more information.

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Besh Turkish Kitchen

Indulge in a lavish Ramadan spread at Besh Turkish Kitchen inside the Sheraton Mall of the Emirates Hotel. The iftar features hot and cold mezze, flavourful pides, succulent grills, and indulgent sweet treats. For those seeking relaxation, the Spartan tent terrace offers a serene escape with city views, providing an idyllic backdrop to unwind. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 175 per person, AED 155 per person (for groups of 10 to 40 guests), AED 145 per person (for groups over 40 guests) and AED 90 (children aged six to 12 years).

GO: Call 04 377 2353 for reservations and more information.

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Bushra

As the sun sets, make your way to Bushra for a specially curated iftar menu this Ramadan. Begin your evening by breaking your fast with a selection of refreshing Ramadan juices, a variety of mezze like Fatouche Salad, Hummus Beiruti Style, Marrocan Zaalouk, Sujuk Beef Sausages, Turkish Pide, and mains such as Mixed Grills and Lamb Ouzi. The meal will conclude with Ramadan desserts. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 280 per person.

GO: Visit www.bushra-dubai.com for reservations and more information.

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CÉ LA VI Dubai 

This Ramadan, CÉ LA VI Dubai will serve a curated iftar menu from Chef Howard Ko. The sky-high offering includes a date and roasted mushroom soup, burrata tomato salad, and miso-marinated cod kushiyaki. Main course options feature black truffle sushi rice and grilled prawns. Conclude your Iftar experience with pistachio rose delight or the meringue rose delight paired with dates and cardamom ice cream. Available daily from sunset. AED 290 per person. 

GO: Email reservation-dxb@celavi.com or call 04 582 6111 for reservations and more information.

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Clap Dubai

As the horizon is painted with the hues of the setting sun, Clap Dubai celebrates iftar with a set menu. The culinary offering begins with Miso Soup, Shiitake Mushroom Roll, Shrimp Tempura Roll and Tomato Burrata Salad. Main course options include Black Cod Miso, Chicken Katsu and Spinach Miso Risotto with yuzu truffle dressing. Encased in a crisp shell, the meal ends with profiteroles filled with pistachios and dates. Available daily from sunset to 7:30pm. AED 275 per person

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

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COYA Dubai

Iftar at COYA Dubai promises an array of Peruvian dishes perfect for sharing with family and friends as they break their fast. The iftar menu unfolds with an impressive selection of appetisers, including Alcachofas (baby artichoke, apple, miso, shiso and pumpkin seeds), Maki Roll de Aguacate (shiitake, ají limo, avocado, quinoa and black sesame) and Croquetas de Lubina (Chilean sea bass croquettes). Diners can indulge in a variety of mains, ranging from the Pollo a la Parrilla (corn-fed baby chicken) to the Costillas de Res (beef ribs with miso and ají limo). A Pastel de Datiles Ramadan dessert featuring date cake, honeycomb ice cream, figs, and saffron will end the evening. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 295 per person.

GO: Visit www.coyarestaurant.com for reservations and more information.

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Enigma

Celebrate Ramadan with a touch of Persian elegance at Enigma. Dive into a family-style iftar that embraces the rich flavours of Persian cuisine, starting with the delightful Sabzi Khordan. This set menu features an array of fresh herbs paired with walnuts and dates, savoury homemade Persian cheese, freshly roasted Persian bread, and more. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 250 per person.

GO: Visit www.palazzoversace.ae for reservations and more information. 

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Expo City Dubai

Set against the captivating backdrop of the Surreal water feature, where water astonishingly ascends, accompanied by harmonious music and dramatic flames, the Surreal Iftar at Expo Citu Dubai offers a memorable meal. As towering cascades of water fall from a height of four stories, attendees have the opportunity to wander through an array of live cooking stations, indulging in a mix of traditional and innovatively reinterpreted dishes. Available daily from sunset until 10pm. AED 220 for adults and AED 95 for children (aged six to 12 years).

GO: Visit https://dubai.platinumlist.net for reservations and more information.

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Fouquet’s Dubai

As the sacred month of Ramadan approaches, Fouquet’s Dubai is excited to offer an exquisite Ramadan menu. Guests will start with Beetroot Hummus and Feta Cheese, Crispy Omani Prawns, Falafel, Guacamole and Lentil Soup. The highlight of the menu is the Slow-Cooked Lamb Leg with Ras el Hanout, accompanied by Vegetable Saloona and Oriental Rice. The feast concludes sweetly with a Fresh Fruit Plate and Rose Rice Pudding with Saffron Ice Cream. Available daily from sunset. AED 275 per person. 

GO: Visit www.fouquetsdubai.com for more information.

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Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach

As the sun dips below the horizon, Suq at Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach offers culinary delights inspired by the landscapes of Islamic geography, from the Gulf shores to the Indonesian islands and the waters of Andalusia. The chefs pay homage to tradition, presenting traditional recipes in a lavish buffet, while on the lush terrace, a three-piece band serenades diners with melodies from days gone by. Available daily from sunset to 10pm. AED 410 per person and AED 205 per child.

GO: Call 04 270 7777 for reservations and more information.

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Hutong

Embrace the essence of Ramadan with Hutong Dubai. Prepare to be captivated by the restaurant’s iftar set menu featuring Duck Bao with Green Chilli, Hutong Prawn Roll, Mapo Tofu Millefeuille and Steamed Dim Sum Platter. The main course unfolds with Kung Po Fresh King Oyster Mushroom, Hutong Egg Fried Rice and Stir-fried Seabass Fillet. The meal ends with a trio of Silk Road Sweets, including Caramel Date, Custard Millefeuille and Sour Plum Millefeuille. Available daily from sunset to 7:30pm. AED 248 per person.

GO: Visit www.hutong-dubai.com for reservations and more information.

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Jun’s

As the auspicious month of Ramadan approaches, the FACT award winning Jun’s invites diners to come together and celebrate the essence of community. Jun’s specially curated Iftar menu begins with Corn Miso Dashi Soup, a Mezze Sharing Platter, Edamame Hummus, Lamb Kheema Laab and Za’atar Chaat. For the main course, guests can enjoy Chicken Claypot Machboos, Jamaican Chinese Lamb Neck, and Samak Mashwi. Bringing the meal to a close, desserts such as Baked Sago, Luqaimat and Spiced Black Tea will be served. Available daily from sunset to 8pm. AED 250 per person.

GO: Call 04 457 6035 for reservations and more information.

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Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates

Relish in the bountiful iftar buffet at Olea. The Levantine restaurant inside Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates will showcase home-cooked flavours and ingredients from the Mediterranean and the Levant this Ramadan. The offering includes hot and cold mezze, grilled meats, live cooking stations, and Arabic desserts backed by live music from an Oud player. Available daily from sunset to 9pm. AED 250 per person.

GO: Call 04 341 0000 for reservations and more information.

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LPM Restaurant & Bar

Commencing on the first day of Ramadan, the FACT award winning LPM introduces its iftar menu. Delve into a four-course meal comprising soup, dates, a selection of four starters to share, one main course, one dessert, and additional side dishes. The dishes include Burrata with Cherry Tomatoes and Basil, Confit Lamb Shoulder, Homemade Rigatoni Pasta with Pesto, Salt Cod Croquettes with Roasted Pepper Relish, and Warm Prawns with Olive Oil and Lemon Juice. Conclude the feast with refreshing new desserts such as Cassata with Fresh Raspberries and Condensed Milk and Ile Flottante, or opt for the ever-popular Crème Brûlée. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 265 per person (with a minimum of two guests)

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

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Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai

Paying tribute to the UAE’s rich heritage, Majlis by Mandarin Oriental features exquisite decor and an outdoor terrace, ideal for a memorable evening under the stars. For Iftar, the menu combines the very best of Middle Eastern cuisine with signature creations from Netsu by Ross Shonhan and Tasca by José Avillez. Diners can also enjoy traditional favourites such as ouzi, mezze and mixed grills from the extensive buffet spread. Available daily, from sunset to 9pm. AED 395 per person.

GO: Call 04 777 2223 for reservations and more information.

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Millennium Plaza Downtown

Indulge in the spirit of Ramadan at the Al Jumeirah Ballroom inside Millennium Plaza Downtown. Gather your loved ones for a memorable iftar meal and delight in a rich array of Arabian delicacies and a diverse selection of international cuisines. Experience the culinary magic of live cooking stations, complemented by refreshing Ramadan beverages. Available daily from sunset. AED 199 (adults weekdays), AED 249 (adults weekends), AED 100 (children weekdays) and AED 125 (children weekends).

GO: Visit https://wa.me/971543057622 for reservations and more information.

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MINA Brasserie

MINA Brasserie at Four Seasons Hotel DIFC pays homage to Ziryab, an Islamic musician who was said to have invented the three-course meal and pioneered the use of a tablecloth. Drawing inspiration from this rich heritage, Chef Michael Mina and Executive Chef Rami Nasser have curated a menu featuring eight exquisite dishes that celebrate Middle Eastern culture while infusing elements of the Western world. Indulge in inspired creations such as Seared Foie Gras with Hummus and Herbed Sea Bass with Couscous. Available daily from sunset to 8pm. AED 295 per person (three-course meal, including Ramadan juices).

GO: Call 04 506 0000 for reservations and more information.

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Nara Desert Escape

Embrace the spirit of Ramadan at Nara Desert Escape, an enchanting private desert camp transformed into an Arabian spice market. Here, guests can enjoy regional clay pot specialities like fish saydieh, tasty tajines, curries, and live stations featuring slow-cooked roast lamb, Middle Eastern kebabs, firewood bread, and manakeesh. Guests can also experience camel rides and falcon shows while relishing live Oud music. Available daily from sunset to 9pm. AED 590 for adults and AED 250 for children.

GO: Email info@sonara.ae or call 050 336 7909 for reservations and more information.

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Netsu

Prepare for a distinctive iftar experience as Netsu presents a Japanese-inspired Ramadan menu crafted on Dubai’s only Warayaki grill. Set amidst the intimate ambience of the Theatre of Fire, Netsu’s iftar feast features renowned grills and maki rolls, accompanied by enticing additions such as Crispy Rice Crackers, Wagyu Beef Tri-Tip MB4-5, and Truffle Rice. Concluding the meal, guests can relish a playful rendition of Popcorn, transformed into a creamy peanut butter parfait. Available daily from sunset to 7pm. AED 265 per person.

GO: Call 04 777 2232 for reservations and more information.

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Ninive

Famed for its exceptional Middle Eastern and North African culinary offerings and mesmerizing setting, the FACT award winning Ninive is a sanctuary of culinary exploration, reflection, and communal joy. With its 1001 Arabian Nights setting, the iftar spread is a feast for the senses, featuring an assortment of savoury delights, water, and a variety of juices. Available daily from sunset to 9pm. AED 285 per person.

GO: Visit www.ninive.ae for reservations and more information.

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One&Only Royal Mirage

One&Only Royal Mirage invites guests to partake in a Moroccan iftar hosted by Chef Khalil at the Palace Courtyard. The iftar promises hot and cold mezze, tagine stations, Arabic mixed grills, seafood specialities, and culinary inspirations from the Indian subcontinent. Concluding the meal on a sweet note, indulge in the Turkish delight pyramid and a selection of Moroccan pastries. Available daily from sunset to 9pm. AED 240 for adults and AED 120 for children. 

GO: Email restaurants@oneandonlyroyalmirage.ae or call 04 315 2412 for reservations and more information.

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Palace Downtown

Indulge in a lavish Iftar experience at Ewaan, where a feast awaits following the Azan. Delight in an extensive spread featuring heartwarming soups, hot and cold mezze, a seafood counter, live culinary stations, succulent grilled meats, and a variety of Arabic, Indian, and international main courses. Conclude your evening with tempting Ramadan desserts accompanied by refreshing Arabic juices. As you break your fast, immerse yourself in the enchanting ambience enhanced by the melodic tunes of an Arabic singer and the soul-stirring sounds of an oud player. Available daily from sunset to 9pm. AED 295 per person and AED 150 per child.

GO: Call 04 428 7961 for reservations and more information.

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Palazzo Versace Dubai

Giardino invites you to enjoy a lavish iftar buffet that spans a variety of traditional Middle Eastern and global cuisines. With live cooking stations serving up everything from kebabs and rotisserie dishes to grilled meats and lamb ouzi, Giardino sets the stage for a memorable meal. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 250 per person.

GO: Visit www.palazzoversace.ae for reservations and more information. 

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Park Hyatt Dubai

Park Hyatt Dubai presents a lavish iftar buffet at the picturesque Palm Garden during Ramadan. Nestled amidst flowering foliage, palm trees, and rich Arabian-inspired decor, the Palm Garden offers a serene ambience perfect for the tranquil spirit of Ramadan. Indulge in succulent grilled meats and seafood featuring fresh Oysters, caviar, lobsters, and a live shawarma station. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 350 per person.

GO: Call 04 602 1814 for reservations and more information.

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Piatti by the Beach

Piatti by the Beach introduces a Ramadan iftar with Southern Italian flair. The set menu begins with starters such as Caprese and Vitello, followed by hearty mains, including Penne Arrabbiata and Veal Milanese. The meal concludes on a sweet note with exquisite desserts like Tiramisù and Torta ai Datteri e Caramello, ensuring a delightful end to the Ramadan feast. Available daily from sunset. AED 300 per person. 

GO: Visit www.rafflesthepalmdubai.com for reservations and more information.

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Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Canal View

This Ramadan, experience an authentic iftar at The Larder in Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Canal View. Surrounded by family and friends, you can enjoy Middle Eastern delicacies including Arabic mezze, mixed grills and traditional desserts. Available daily from sunset to 9pm. AED 169 per person.

GO: Call 04 875 3300 for reservations and more information.

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Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Waterfront

Indulge in the traditions of Ramadan at the Larder in Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Waterfront and discover an iftar experience that includes a lavish buffet and live stations on the restaurant’s beautiful terrace. Expect a Middle Eastern and Levantine buffet featuring live grill stations, roasted lamb ouzi, salads and desserts. Available daily from sunset to 9pm. AED 179 per person.

GO: Call 054 583 4052 for reservations and more information.

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Raffles The Palm Dubai

This Ramadan, Le Jardin at Raffles The Palm Dubai transforms into a dazzling Ramadan Emporium featuring live grilling stations and a buffet brimming with Arabic specialities. The menu includes hot and cold mezzeh, fresh salads, traditional Arabic soups, and main courses like Lamb Makanek, Couscous, and Arabic Mixed Grill. The live melodies of qanun player Najah Tannous will add allure to the evening. Available daily from sunset to 10pm. AED 240 per person. 

GO: Visit www.rafflesthepalmdubai.com for reservations and more information.

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Rüya Dubai

Embark on a journey through Anatolia this Ramadan with Chef Gökhan Çökelez’s sharing-style menu at Rüya Dubai. Dine on Antep Fistikli Rafik, Börek, Cig Köfte, Gavurdaği and Spinach & Leeks Pide. The main course options include Adana Kebap, Corn-fed Baby Chicken, Grilled Sea Bass and Whole Corn-fed Baby Chicken. To wrap up the meal on a sweet note, a selection of Anatolian desserts will be served with Ramadan quenchers, coffee, and tea. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 285 per person.

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

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SO/ Uptown Dubai

Nestled against the picturesque Uptown Dubai skyline, SO/ Uptown Dubai introduces its inaugural Ramadan offering, infusing the neighbourhood with opulent luxury and allure. Here, diners can indulge in a festive feast featuring traditional Ramadan delicacies such as Mezze, Mixed Grill and Lamb Ouzi, alongside beloved international favourites like Sushi. There will also be an oud player, live entertainment and a 20-meter dessert spread. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 220 per person or AED 110 for children under 12 years.

GO: Call 04 820 8888 for reservations and more information.

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Sucre

Celebrated for its inventive culinary innovations, Sucre’s iftar offering includes a lavish fire-grilled feast featuring an enticing selection of dishes inspired by the vibrant flavours of the Middle East. Highlights include Cheese Manakish, Roasted Lamb Chop, Smoked Aubergine, Spiced Harira Soup and Sticky Toffee Pudding Sundae. Available daily from sunset. AED 250 per person. 

GO: Visit www.sucredubai.com for reservations and more information.

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Sumosan Dubai

Iftar at Sumosan Dubai presents a blend of traditional flavours with contemporary Japanese cuisine. The meal begins with dates and soup, followed by Chicken Tsukune Meatball Skewers, Crunchy Salmon Cream Cheese Maki Roll, Mixed Baby Leaf Salad, Prawn Tempura Maki Roll and Rock Shrimp Tempura. For the main course, guests can choose from Grilled Boneless Chicken Thighs, Grilled Lamb Chops or Sumosan’s signature 24-hour Miso Marinated Black Cod. The meal ends with Yoghurt Ice Cream with honey and pecan nuts or the limited edition Sticky Date Pudding with vanilla ice cream. Available daily from sunset. AED 210 per person.

GO: Visit www.sumosan.com for reservations and more information.

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Tasca by José Avillez

Enjoy a family-friendly Portuguese meal with a curated iftar menu that showcases chef José Avillez’s signature creations this Ramadan. Tasca’s iftar celebrates the rich and diverse flavours of Portuguese cuisine through dishes such as lupini beans hummus, black-eyed pea salad and chicken piri-piri. To complement the dining experience, Tasca offers Ramadan juices and signature mocktails. Available daily from sunset to 7pm. AED265 per person.

GO: Call 04 777 2231 for reservations and more information.

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The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai

Amaseena at The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai has emerged as a beacon of Arabian allure and storytelling, captivating guests with its air of mystique. For Ramadan, the restaurant has introduced a special buffet featuring aromatic kebabs, hearty stews, fragrant rice, and vibrant salads that pay homage to the rich flavours and spices of the region. Available daily from sunset. AED 295 per person.

GO: Visit ritzcarlton.com/dubai for reservations and more information.

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Waldorf Astoria DIFC

Bull and Bear invites guests to enjoy its steakhouse iftar with an Arabic twist. Diners can look forward to a set menu including classics such as Josper grilled flatbread with dips, red lentil soup, and Bull & Bear’s take on a mixed grill. In addition to the classic dishes, guests can choose from options such as lamb melanzane, Mediterranean rice and sweet treats such as Arabian dates sticky toffee pudding, carrot sliced baklava and cheese kunafa. Available daily from sunset to 8:30pm. AED 245 per person.

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

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Zenon

The iftar menu at Zenon will blend Mediterranean dishes with unique Asian influences. The meal features a selection of Mezze, including Baba Ghanoush, Hummus and Tzatziki. Main course options include Burnt Eggplant with Soy Miso Glaze and Feta Mousse, Kibbeh-Bulgur and Beef Kofte, Poached Sea Bass or Begendi accompanied by Milk-fed Lamb Stew and Potatoes. Dessert is a grand finale of pastries such as Baklava, Kadaifi and Kunefe. Available daily from sunset. AED 295 per person.

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

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