6 Top Dubai Hotels For Iftar
Ramadan is here, And it’s the best time of the year in Dubai. For people observing fasts, the highlight of fasting is the Iftar- the meal you eat at sunset while breaking the fast. At Dubai, almost all the major hotels and eateries offer Iftar special menus during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
From all-you-can-eat buffets to a la carte cuisines of your favorite cultures, here is a list of thoroughly researched recommendations where you can break your fast with friends and family.
1. Ruya Dubai
The acclaimed Anatolian eatery in Grosvenor House at the Dubai Marina will enthrall you with it’s Turkish cuisine. For the entire month of Ramadan, Ruya offers a special Ramadan menu. The meal begins with dates for those who are breaking their fast and then some soup as per the diner’s request. Then the staff will present you with a spread of starters, followed by a main course from the a la carte menu. The meal will end with a sample of Turkish treats and Tea.
1st Floor, Lobby Level, Grosvenor House, Al Sufouh Road, Dubai Marina, Dubai, UAE, 482018
Opening Hours: Sa-We 18:00-01:00, Th-Fr 18:00-02:00
Phone: +971 4 399 9123
Price: Dhs 195
2. At.mosphere Burj Khalifa
At.mosphere is not exactly a hotel but breaking your fast at the world’s highest restaurant is one thing stricken off your bucket list. They offer a range of contemporary European delicacies served to your table four-course style, while you enjoy the picturesque views of Dubai while you sit in the most famous landmark, Burj Khalifa.
Address: 122nd Floor, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 4 888 3828
Price: Dhs 475
3. Ananta – The Oberoi, Dubai
You can enjoy the extravagant Indian flavors at Ananta, in the Business Bay. For years, it’s been a cherished eatery in Dubai for its North Indian cuisine. And, this year you can explore their special Dehlvi Iftar menu with culinary treats ranging from a variety of spices and aromas.
Address: Level 2, The Oberoi Dubai, Al Aamal Street, Business Bay, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Iftar Timings: Dehlvi Iftar menu from 7 pm – 11 pm every evening.
Phone: +971 4 444 1407
Price: Dhs 180
For the local residents, QD’s is a bona fide institution for its amazing views of the Dubai Creek and the horizon and selection of signature Shishas. They have a devoted Ramadan Tent daily for Iftar as well as Suhoor, whose buffets include a range of Arabic mezze, soups, Middle Eastern main courses and decadent desserts with delicious juices and traditional sweets and dates. If you plan to go in a large group (15+ guests) you will receive special price offer for booking in advance.
Address: Dubai Creek Club Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Opening Hours: Su-We 17:00-2:00, Th-Sa 17:00-3:00
Phone: +971 4 295 6000
Price: Dhs 160
5. Jumeirah Zabeel Saray
The Lebanese restaurant Al Nafoorah, in the Right Wing of Jumeirah Zabeel Saray is a perfect spot to break your fast during Ramadan. Their Lebanese buffet is authentic and includes popular dishes like jalab, mix grilled, kunafa, hot and cold mezze and so much more to choose from. And the backdrop of Dubai skyline makes it even more stunning setting to spend time with loved one.
Address: Crescent Road (West),The Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 4 453 0000
Price: Dhs 195 (above 12 years old)
6. Burj Al Arab
An Iftar at Burj Al Arab is an excellent way to take breaking your fast to new heights. Literally. The hotel hosts a decadent buffet in it’s Al Iwan restaurant, which translates to “The Royal Hall”. You get spectacular looking and tasting food, along with live performances of kanoon and challou.
Address: Jumeira Road, Umm Suqeim 3, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Phone: +971 4 301 7777
Price: Dhs 296 per person
Note: Price can be different based on time & other factors.
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