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For Iftar in JLT, look no further than nosh

SPONSORED: The restaurant at Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Lakes Towers will celebrate Ramadan with a lavish Iftar buffet.

Fusing the traditional with the contemporary, the Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Lakes Towers‘ memorable Iftar will provide a lively yet relaxed ambience within a modern setting, where a team of talented chefs will serve up Middle Eastern favourites.

Throughout Ramadan, the vibrant nosh will present a rotating blend of classic Arabic cuisine alongside a selection of international dishes cooked to perfection. As the restaurant’s name suggests, guests can expect an abundance of food to be enjoyed until your heart’s content.  

Iftar in JLT

Diners can break their fast with a selection of starters such as vine leaves, pistachio hummus, fattoush, tabouleh, mutabel and shish barak and refreshing Ramadan drinks, including fresh juices, leban airan and jellabe. 

Main courses will be offered from live cooking stations featuring lamb ouzi, juicy shish taouk, chicken shawarma, a selection of dishes from the tandoor and hot mezze (such as cheese sambousek, meat kibbeh and spinach fatayer).

For those who like to end their meal on a sweet note, nosh will offer a selection of appealing desserts such as traditional luqaimat, baklava, basbousa and halawat al jibn.

Iftar in JLT

Take a seat and marvel at the cityscape as you break your fast with family and friends within the intimate restaurant interiors or outside on the spacious terrace. Iftar at nosh will undoubtedly be one to remember.

To further entice diners to this popular JLT address, nosh offers a more-than-generous 25% discount on all early bird bookings for Iftar that are made five (or more) days in advance.

Iftar at nosh takes place daily from sunset to 10:30pm. AED 199 per person and AED 75 for children aged 6 to 12 years.

GO: Call 04 438 0000 for reservations and more information.

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