Looking for dining-out or dining-in Ramadan offers in Dubai? Here are a few options
Flow Kitchen, Fairmont The Palm
Indulge in a plethora of traditional Arabic delights to from a family-style, set menu for Iftar. The meal begins with cold mezze, dates and starters; followed by sharing platters of mixed grills, kebabs, harra potatoes and more. The dessert section features an array of Ramadan favourites, complemented by water and Ramadan juices.
May 3 onwards from sunset to 9pm. AED215 per person, 50 per cent off for kids aged six-twelve and complimentary for kids under six.
Sufra, Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights
The spacious Mediterranean restaurant welcome diners for a wholesome Iftar spread served family-style. With three varieties of menus available, diners can look forward to mixed grills, Arabic cheese platters, cold and hot mezze, assorted desserts along with live pasta stations and street style snacks for the kids.
May 3 onwards from sunset onwards. AED149 per person. Call +9714 553 1212 or visit the website.
Shamiana, Taj Jumeirah Lakes Towers
Shamiana presents a specially curated Iftar buffet for the Holy Month of Ramadan. Diners can expect a selection of plates with daily evolving menus. Break your fast with dates, followed by a hearty soup and beverages. Tuck into appetisers, visit the live salad stations and enjoy mains including chicken biryani, paneer butter masala, pan-seared sea bream with saffron sauce and lamb ouzi. The Iftar concludes with an assortment of sweet.
May 3 onward from sunset to 10:30pm. AED120 per person.
The Great British Restaurant, Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel
Diners can make their way over to this restaurant for a selection of Middle Eastern and international dishes.
Highlights include a shawarma and saj station, plum lamb tagine from Morocco, zaffran pulao from India, lamb mansaf from Jordan, hammour with fennel and leek ragout. Complement your meal with aromatic teas and Arabic coffees.
May 3 from sunset to 11pm. AED120 per person, 50 per cent off per child (aged seven-twelve) and complimentary for kids aged six and below. Call +9714 455 1111 or email at email@example.com.
Taiko Dubai, Sofitel Dubai The Obelisk
Make your way to an innovative Iftar offering this year that pays homage to the rich cuisine of the Far East while skillfully blending the flavors and textures of Asia and the Middle East. Highlights from the three-course menu include wasabi flavored falafel, couscous and lobster, wagyu biryani and baby chicken marinated with miso and pomegranate. The culinary journey ends with the iconic Umm Ali desert infused with matcha and served with date ice-cream.
From sunset to 8:30pm. AED195 per person. Call +9714 281 4010 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Carnival by Trèsind, DIFC
The multi-award-winning fun, casual-dining restaurant, Carnival, invites diners to savour their Iftar menu this Holy Month of Ramadan. Look forward to innovative, post-modern dishes.
From sunset onwards. AED200 per person. Call +971 4 4218665 or email email@example.com.
Khyber, Dukes The Palm, a Royal Hideaway Hotel
This Holy Month, the award-winning Indian restaurant welcomes diners to indulge in a menu featuring Indian delicacies. Vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes include doodhiya kalmiya and keema seekh kababs, handi lazeez and daal makhani. Dessert features unique takes on rasmalai and shahi tukra.
From sunset to 11pm. AED140 per person, 50 per cent off per child (aged seven-twelve) and complimentary for kids aged six and below. Call +9714 455 1111 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre
The luxury hotel, sited just off Sheikh Zayed Road, invites diners to experience a memorable Iftar at the hotel’s contemporary restaurant, Cara. Opt to be seated indoors or outdoors with loved ones, while dining on Middle Eastern delicacies served at your table.
From sunset to 8:30pm. AED219 per person, AED110 per child and complimentary for kids under 6. Call +971 4 372 2323 or email email@example.com.
Bombay Brasserie, Taj Dubai
The Indian kitchen brings together classics from Emirati and Indian cuisines for a memorable Iftar. Begin with a selection of dates and refreshing beverages to break your fast, followed by starters such as chicken kebabs and shorbat adas. Mains include family-style sharing dishes, such as kheema paratha and malleh, an Emirati dry fish dish served with grilled prawns. The meal concludes with dates and fig halwa and luqaimat with saffron honey and tahina ice cream.
Couqley French Bistro & Bar
The eatery has created a two and three-course Iftar menu specifically for Ramadan. Break your fast with signature restaurant specials, among other dishes with flavours of Arabia. Diners can look forward to steak frites, grilled portobello, foie gras wagyu meatballs, lamb rack and smoked aubergine, grilled chicken and rigatoni arrabbiata. Desserts include mozzarella and ricotta rose kunafa, pain perdu and chocolate fondant.
From sunset to 8pm. AED149 per person (two-course set menu) and AED179 per person (three-course set menu). Call +9714 514 9339.
Al Khaima, Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa
Observe the rich culinary heritage of the Middle East and a traditional Ramadan at this enchanting al fresco Arabic dining venue. Tuck into a specially prepared three-course Iftar menu featuring a selection of regional specialties for the Holy Month, followed by cuisines from around the region.
May 3 onwards from sunset to 8:30pm. AED150 per person. Call +9714 316 5550 or visit the website.
Chival, La Ville Hotel & Suites
This Ramadan, savour a blend of traditional and contemporary Arabic dishes in the heart of the city. The evening begins with a selection of Middle Eastern salads and cold mezze, followed by soups, Lebanese mezze such as cheese fatayer, meat kibbeh and wood-fired manakish. The main menu includes lamb shank with ouzi rice, baked sea bream with tahini, dawood basha and an Iranian mix grill. Save place for the delightful Arabic sweets and desserts.
From sunset onwards. AED239 per person, AED119.50 per child (aged 6-12), complimentary for kids below 6 and AED169 per person (groups of ten and more). Call +9714 403 3111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indego By Vineet, Grosvenor House Dubai
Explore a three-course set menu for Iftar this Holy Month. The menu features some of the restaurant’s popular dishes alongside starters and mains especially prepared for Ramadan. Diners who prefer to observe Iftar from the comfort of their homes also have a takeaway option.
From sunset onwards. AED260 per person and AED175 (takeaway). Call +9714 317 6000 or visit the website.
Mina’s Kitchen, The Westin Mina Seyahi
As the sun sets, make your way to Mina’s Kitchen to end your fast. Tuck into a delightful Iftar buffet featuring dishes from around the world. Enjoy Middle Eastern flavours, Asian specialties and more. Do save place for sweet treats.
From sunset to 10pm. AED155 per person and AED55 per child. Call +9714 511 7373.
Break your fast with a refreshing beverage, followed by a flavour-packed meal featuring a restaurant-special bread and spread platter, a mezze and a main. Look forward to dates and nuts, accompanied by sips of vimto, jallab or qamar al deen. Follow this with lamb kibbeh, tzatziki and more served with freshly grilled pitta and sourdough bread. Tuck into feta saganaki, feta kataifi, grilled sea bream with Arabian spices, chicken souvlaki, moussaka and more.
Dubai Mall, from sunset to 8pm. AED220 per person. Call +97154 424 4999 or visit Instagram.
Timo, Al Jaddaf Rotana Suite Hotel
Make your way to the inviting restaurant with the option to dine outdoors or indoors where the lively Mediterranean ambience completes the evening. Look forward to dishes such as lentil soup, chicken musakhan, garlic harissa, tagine, shish taouk, lamb ouzi and more. Save place for the delightful desserts offered at the end of your meal. Additionally, the setting offers a buffet-style Iftar from Thursday to Saturday and a set menu with unlimited dishes on Sunday to Wednesday. Guests can also enjoy one complimentary Iftar for gatherings of seven.
From sunset to 9pm. AED155 per person. Call +9714 596 2222 or email email@example.com.
The Restaurant, Address Boulevard
Hotfoot to this venue for a homely, family-friendly Iftar experience. Melodious Arabic tunes play in the background, while you savour Arabic cuisine in a casual fine dining setting. From fresh summer salads to a selection of dips and sauces for your freshly baked bread and the hot mezze station featuring samosas, kibbeh and more, the options are endless.
From sunset to 8:30pm. AED245 per person. Call +9714 561 8888 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This Ramadan, savour Mediterranean-inspired dishes on the restaurant’s outdoor terrace or from the comforts of your home with a delivery and pick-up option available too. Relish authentic classics with the option to pre-order dishes such as kleftiko, a slow cooked lamb shank in lemon-mustard sauce; and soutzoukakia, spiced beef and lamb meatballs. Ready-to-order dishes include beef or chicken souvlaki and beef medallions, to name a few. Diners can also pick-up dessert trays of Nutella Tiramisu, Mango Cheesecake and more.
From sunset to 11pm. AED195 onwards (family trays). Call +97156 484 2836 or order online.
Cloud Restaurant & Lounge
Gather with your loved ones and observe Ramadan with an iftar menu of Lebanese dishes, also available for delivery. The menu features options such as harira or lentil soup, hummus, moutabal and tabbouleh for mezze; fish sayadieh, grilled chicken and slow-cooked lamb for mains, and date maamoul and Turkish delight for desserts. Diners can also expect a selection of appetizers and Ramadan-inspired juices.
From sunset till late. AED125 per person. Call +97156 219 8919.
End your Iftar on a sweet note with a sublime selection of desserts at this Parisian café. Exclusively curated for Ramadan, the dessert menu includes basbousa, revamped by the addition of vanilla ganache and pistachio sauce topped with filo pastry; kunafa Umm Ali, modernised with mini kunafa croissants in an Umm Ali sauce; Sticky Date Pudding with date sauce and ganache.
The Dubai Mall, from 12pm to 1am. Call +9714 442 8814
Constellation Ballroom, Address Dubai Marina
The magical setting of the Constellation Ballroom and live oud notes are sure to impress at Address Dubai Marina’s delightful Iftar. Sip on Ramadan-special beverages, while you tuck into flavour-packed classics from a buffet-style setting. Enjoy plates from international-cuisines with a dedicated sushi counter, Arabic desserts and more.
From sunset to 9pm. AED199 per person. Call +9714 436 7777 or email Meet.email@example.com.
This Middle-Eastern eatery is offering a delightful set menu featuring a variety of Middle-Eastern inspired dishes for Iftar. Diners can break their fast with a selection of starters including a hearty soup, two salads, six cold and two hot mezze. For mains, highlights include daoud basha, shrimp biryani, shish barak, lamb ouzi and more, complemented with Ramadan beverages. End your evening with halawet el jibn, assorted baklawa and more.
From sunset to 9pm. AED120 per person (set menu) and AED149 per person (inclusive of shisha). Call +97150 945 5597 or visit the website.
Café Society, Tamani Marina Hotel
Embrace the Holy Month with an Iftar in-person surrounded by your loved ones or from the comfort of your home. The 1920’s-inspired Café Society gives diners the option of a dine-in or takeaway family-style set menu. Larger families can opt for the lamb leg ghoozi to-go, that includes a lamb ghoozi leg, labneh, duggus salad and Umm Ali.
From sunset to 9pm. AED199 for two adults and two kids under six (Iftar set menu), AED350 (3kg lamb leg ghoozi to-go), AED530 (5kg lamb leg ghoozi to-go) and AED650 (8kg lamb leg ghoozi to-go). Call +9714 318 3755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ZOR, The Pointe
Experience a four-course authentic Uzbek meal this Ramadan while taking in the stunning views of The Atlantis and The Palm fountain. Look forward to a new menu each week that will include different sharing starters and a choice of soups, main and desserts. The menu features plates of mixed cold mezze, fattoush salad and cheese kunafa, along with traditional cuisine such as chuchvara soup, a rich lamb broth with meat dumplings and herbs; and a lamb pistachio kofta with sweet baby tomatoes.
From sunset onwards. AED190 per person. Call +9714 566 9612 or email email@example.com.
Gastro Kitchen, DoubleTree by Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Beach
Opt for a family-style iftar this Ramadan, with breathtaking views of the Ain Dubai. Break your fast with loved ones, as an array of dishes if brought to your table. The iftar also features a live shawarma counter, barbeque grills, lamb cutlets and jumbo shrimp, as well as lamb ouzi on the weekends.
From sunset to 9pm. AED199 per person. Call +97155 166 8092.
Epicure, Meliã Desert Palm
End your fast with a traditional Ramadan offering at this eatery in the Arabian oasis that is Meliã Desert Palm. Quench your thirst with refreshing Ramadan beverages, followed by fresh salads, hot and cold mezze and nourishing soups, served alongside family-style mixed grills. The menu also includes delightful desserts in a blend of modern and traditional flavours.
From sunset to 9pm. AED165 per adult and AED65 per child (aged six-12). Call +97156 681 6175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Beluga Restaurant & Lounge, Mandarin Oriental Jumeira
The eatery is marking the Holy Month of Ramadan with a special set menu for a nourishing three-course meal. Offering a selection of Arabic dishes, the Iftar menu will begin with an-exclusive Ramadan mocktail, followed by a dates and Arabic mezze that includes the classics such as tabbouleh, kibbeh and sambousek with cheese and spinach. Diners can then choose between a calzone pizza or the Arabic mixed grill that consists of chicken, beef or lamb alongside saffron rice. For dessert, Umm Ali makes an appearance to satisfy your sweet tooth.
From 7 to 9pm. AED200 per person. Call +9714 340 8882 or email at email@example.com.
The Roman Lounge, Caesars Palace Dubai
The property has joined forces with UAE homegrown chef Zahra Abdalla, to take diners on a culinary journey featuring Arabian cuisine, at The Roman Lounge. Working closely with together, the teams have curated an eclectic à la carte menu inspired by Zahra’s favourite recipes from home, nostalgic moments shared at family iftars and the unique regional flavours consistent with the Holy Month. Throughout the evening, diners will be treated to dishes such as yalanji, lamb makanek, cherry kofta, duck pastilla, sea bass harra; and sweet treats such as rageenak and lemon & pistachio milk cake, accompanied by Arabic mocktails, tea and coffee.
From 7pm to 1am. AED160 per person (minimum spend). Call +9714 556 6666.
Ayamna, Atlantis The Palm
Marble archways and mosaic patterns set the scene for a Suhoor experience full of aromas and flavour. Sip on fresh juices and tuck into flavour-packed bites from an à la carte menu or a set menu. Opt for a shisha of your choice, while sitting back and spending time together with loved ones.
From 9pm-3am. AED185 per person (set menu). Book online.
The eatery has created two Iftar menus for the month of Ramadan, aiming to satisfy vegans, vegetarians and meat eaters alike. Diners can choose a salad, chaat or soup from among options such as mushroom miso and avocado, edamame & mango. This is followed by an appetiser and main from dishes such as Thai arancini and katsu curry biryani. Lastly, end your evening with a gulab jamun cheesecake or a walnut and rose petal halwa, alongside a beverage.
From sunset to late. AED89 per person (vegan) and AED99 per person (meat eaters). Call +97155 9610966.
India Bistro, World Trade Center
The newly opened modern Indian restaurant has launched Iftar boxes for the Holy month of Ramadan. Created to serve two persons, the food box includes Punjabi samosas and dahi bhalla for starters; zaatar murgh tikka, lamb seekh kebab and zaitooni paneer tikka from the grill; burrata butter chicken, masala kheema, dal makhani, murgh awadhi biryani with burhani raita, or subz dum biryani with pineapple raita for mains. Satisfy your sweet tooth with a kesari rasmalai for dessert.
From sunset to 12am. AED149 per box (serves two). Call +9714 548 8336.
Art of Dum
Staying home for Iftar? Order in an Iftar box serving dum pukht flavours associated with North Indian subcontinent. The Iftar box contains assorted fruit, dates, juice, kebabs, pakoras, salad, biryani with raita and a dessert. Delivering only to select areas in Dubai, the kitchen offers Ramadan family meals for four and eight in both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options too.
From sunset to 2am. AED35 per box and AED259 onwards (family meals). Call +9714 579 1999 or +9714 526 0682.
Ikigai, Millennium Place Marina Hotel
The brand-new, street chic eatery has created a scrumptious Iftar menu for the Holy Month. The specially curated three-course menu offers a selection of Asian-inspired dishes, in addition to delightful sushi plates. Begin your evening with dates and an assortment of flavoursome entrées, including salmon tataki and chicken and chili ponzu. For mains, must-try dishes include the stir-fried spicy ramen, kimchi fried rice and Ikigai’s signature burgers. Dessert lovers will have a hard time choosing between the goma cheesecake and matcha mille crepés. Staying home? The limited menu is also available on Deliveroo.
Bleu Blanc Oysters & Grill, Renaissance Downtown Hotel
Break your fast with an array of Middle Eastern culinary delights in the relaxed ambience of this classic eatery. Sip on Ramadan special juices, coffee and tea while tucking into bites, mains and desserts. With multiple options available, diners can opt for just the Iftar package, or choose to add on a shisha at La Terrace after Iftar. Invite your friends and family along as well, as the restaurant has group rates for 10 or more diners visiting on the same day. If you prefer to stay home, you can order in an Iftar box and choose to add a personalised message to surprise family and loved ones.
From 7 to 9pm. AED185 per person, AED250 per person and AED295 per person (home delivery). Call +9714 512 5555 or visit Instagram.
Gather loved ones and observe Iftar from the comfort of your home, with a traditional lamb ouzi available for takeaway or delivery. Available to pre-order, choose from an exclusive take away menu offering the traditional spiced lamb dish, accompanied by assorted cold and hot mezze, flavourful rice and homemade Arabic sweets. Make sure you place your order a minimum of 48 hours in advance.
AED1,100 (four-six persons) and AED1,750 (eight-ten persons). Call +9714 324 8888 or visit the website.
TBK, Galleria Mall
This Ramadan, experience the comfort of home cooking with the TBK Home Kit, a delivery only service where guests will be able to order a selection of premade pizzas, pasta and lasagna along with ready-to-eat salads and sliders. The home kits are ready to stick in the oven while you sit back and relax with close family and friends. Options include the traditional margherita, truffle pizza, pepperoni, spaghetti burrata, lasagna and a rigatoni mushroom pasta. Each home kit arrives with an instruction card and serves four to five people. Do note that your order has to be placed 24 hours in advance.
AED170 onwards. Call +9714 340 0222.
The Indian street food restaurant is offering an intimate and authentic culinary experience this Ramadan. Look forward to a four-course Iftar menu that begins with dates, samosas, crispy onion pakoras and avocado papdi chaat, followed by an aromatic lamb biryani. Satisfy your sweet tooth cravings with an orange and chocolate rice pudding. For those looking to observe Iftar at home, the restaurant has created Ramadan platters with options ranging from fried chicken buhari sliders and wraps with tandoor-smoked labneh to slow-marinated chicken kebabs. Do make sure to order 24 hours in advance.
From sunset to late. AED115 per person (dine-in) and AED240 onwards (dine at home). Call +97156 713 6169 or visit Instagram.
Oumsiat, Courtyard Meydan
Spend an intimate Iftar with loved ones, under the stars, in an Arabian-themed space. Offering six live-cooking stations, treat your tastebuds to the signature Emirati lamb ouzi, or the authentic Lebanese saj manakish and kushari, a popular Egyptian street food. If you’re looking for an international-themed menu, dive into a spread of dishes including Moroccan couscous, Egyptian molokhia, Indian chicken biryani and more. Sweet treats include kunafa, Umm Ali and mahalabia, accompanied by Arabic coffee, Moroccan tea and dates.
The Meydan Hotel, from sunset to 9pm. AED190 per person. Call +9714 381 3111 or WhatsApp +97156 525 4040.
Armani/Pavilion, Armani Hotel Dubai
Make your way downtown for the ultimate al fresco Suhoor experience at the foot of the majestic Burj Khalifa. Indulge in a selection of delectable global flavours from Arabia and India to Europe and beyond, with a sharing-style menu designed to be enjoyed by two, four, or more diners. Sit back and relax in a picturesque setting as traditional background music, nightly screenings of Arabic family favourites and fragrant shisha set the scene, with the stunning spectacle of The Dubai Fountain as your inspiring backdrop.
April 20 onwards from 10pm to 1am. AED195 per person. Call +9714 888 3666 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the Indian bistro for a modern Iftar menu that blends together Middle Eastern and Indian flavours. Available for dine-in or delivery, the sharing-style feast begins with a date yogurt welcome shot, followed by a light chicken mulligatawny soup, a selection of kebabs and lamb chops with mint chutney. Mains include chicken tikka and paneer tikka with accompaniments. Dessert is a twist on syrup-soaked jalebis, that are infused with charcoal and served with creamy mascarpone. Diners can quench their thirst with a complimentary Vimto beverage and have the chance to sample a Ramadan-exclusive milk-based falooda.
From sunset-late. AED149 per person. Call City Walk at +9714 405 2819 or Mall of the Emirates at +97150 4075 590.
Observe Iftar with a Latin-American-Arabic-inspired menu and a 360-degree view of the city. The Iftar menu features bites to share across starters, mains, sides and dessert, along with two fresh house juices and dates. Highlights include calabaza, black bean and avocado hummus blended with za’atar; a soup of lentil and chicken chorizo served with a lime crème fraiche; juicy lamb chops served with a glazed rocoto puree and plantain fried rice. Sweet treats include the classic tres leches, a pineapple icebox cake and more.
From sunset to 8:30pm. AED199 per person. Call +9714 560 1799 or whatsapp +97150 119 7743.
Azur, Raffles Dubai
Break your fast with a sharing-style set menu offering scrumptious Iftar favourites. The dishes, which change on a daily basis, include hot and cold mezze, Arabic mixed grills, kibbeh bil sanieh, chicken moghrabieh and warak enab with lamb chops. Satisfy your sweet tooth with freshly hand-crafted Arabic desserts including Umm Ali and sticky date pudding. Ramadan juices such as qamar al-din, jallab and laban ayran will complement your Iftar experience.
From sunset to 9pm. AED225 per person, AED285 per person (inclusive of tea and shisha post Iftar), 50 per cent off (kids aged six-twelve) and complimentary for kids below six (one per paying adult). Call +9714 324 8888 or visit the website.
Eat & Meat, The H Hotel
Gather with loved ones and enjoy a delightful Iftar served directly to the table. The eatery also has private dining areas to host private iftars. Tuck into traditional hot and cold mezze, juicy mixed grills and the spiced lamb ouzi. End your meal with flavoursome Arabic sweets and quench your thirst with a selection of refreshing juices.
From sunset to 10:30pm. AED159 per person, AED75 per child (aged six-twelve), complimentary for kids below six, AED139 per person (groups of 10 or more adults). Call +9714 501 8888 or visit the website.
ZOCO, The Atrium
The delightful Mexican and Latin American eatery is offering diners a fusion menu with an array of Iftar-special dishes this Ramadan. Tuck into dishes such as lentil and corn soup, Fattoush, Latin salad with grapefruit-honey and orange dressing and a beef Mexican stew served with avocado hummus, flour tortillas, rice and beans. For dessert, enjoy an innovative churros qatayef stuffed with ricotta cream cheese, soaked in honey and covered with nuts. Prefer to stay home? The Iftar menu is available for takeaway as well.
Monday to Saturday from sunset to late. AED150 per person. Call +9714 437 0044.
The Atrium, ME Dubai
Make your way to the stylish and innovative hotel and embrace the Holy Month of Ramadan with an eclectic selection of traditional dishes, perfect for sharing with loved ones. Diners are welcomed with premium dates and fresh fruits, accompanied by the refreshing jallab or qamar al-din to break their fast. The meal continues with appetising mezze of tabbouleh, moutabel, lamb sambousek and rakakat jibneh. Tuck into mouthwatering mains such as grilled chicken skewers, grilled beef skewers and lamb chops served with couscous. Iftar concludes with a medley of sweets including umm ali and cheese kunafa, complemented by freshly brewed tea or coffee.
From sunset-12am. AED180 per person. Visit the website.
Zafran Indian Bistro, Dubai Marina Mall and Mirdif City Centre
Enjoy a nourishing Iftar set menu that promises to transport diners home this Ramadan. Break your fast with fruits and dates, followed by a light lentil soup. The next course is a feta and rocca salad served with a selection of kebabs including rampuri sheek, chicken tikka and mustard fish tikka. Vegetarians can choose aloo tikki, paneer tikka and vegetable samosas. Mains include butter chicken, lamb and potato curry, fish curry and mushroom mutter. Assorted breads and steamed rice will be served as an accompaniment. Gulab jamun, peda and motichoor laddoos provide a sweet ending to the meal.
From sunset to 10pm. AED109 per person. Call Mirdif City Centre at +97156 188 4739 and Dubai Marina Mall at +97154 994 2435. Order online on Deliveroo, Talabat or Zomato.
Enjoy Ramadan at home with an ‘Asma at home’ menu filled with flavours of the Middle East. Diners can tuck into an assortment of traditional Arabic dishes with a contemporary twist for Suhoor or Iftar. Options include a number of classic dishes to start the meal off, such as a lentil soup, sharing platters of musakhan, shish taouk sandwich or kabab sandwiches and shawarma. For mains, expect a taste of newly launched dishes such as lamb mansaf and chicken makloubeh. The menu also includes Turkish dolma; Kushari; and the light, healthy date salad with dates, baby leaves, almonds and feta. Make sure to place your order 24 hours in advance.
From 10am-10pm. AED48 onwards. Call +9714 394 0646 or visit Instagram.
Level 42, Shangri-La Hotel
Make your way to the Level 42 terrace at sunset for a stunning view of Downtown Dubai’s skyline and indulge in an exclusive Ramadan culinary journey under the stars. The intimate gathering is complete with a dedicated butler to ensure a memorable Iftar or Suhoor experience. Look forward to a set menu featuring traditional Ramadan-specials such as a mouthwatering lamb ouzi, Moroccan chicken tagine, a flavour-packed hammour dish and a sumptuous selection of cold and hot mezze. Opt for a family-style meal, individual or a couple setting.
From sunset-late. AED1,500 onwards for two persons. Call +9714 405 2889 or visit Instagram.
Located at The Pointe on Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah, Samakjé is offering a Lebanese-inspired Ramadan menu with a seafood twist. Featuring a different Iftar menu every day, diners can begin with a choice of soup, followed by scrumptious hot and cold mezze such as fattoush, hummus, chicken liver with pomegranate molasses and lamb fattah. Mains feature the eatery’s signature dishes, including kibbeh labanieh and roast lamb shanks with freekeh. A special drinks menu is also available, with jallab and laban ayran.
From sunset to 8:30pm. AED168 per person (five-course menu). Call +9714 584 6777.
GIA, The Dubai Mall
A four-course gastronomic experience of contemporary yet traditional specialities await diners, this Holy Month of Ramadan. Break your fast with a hearty minestrone or lentil soup, followed by a kale salad with a yogurt dressing or a tossed salad of baby roca, Williams pear, pecorino cheese, golden raisins, nuts with a lemon-balsamic dressing. Thereafter, choose your favourite from slow-cooked lamb shanks risotto salona; a roasted baby chicken with pepperoncini, olive, caper sauce and roasted potatoes; a casarecce pasta with tomato sauce and eggplant; or opt for the risotto ai porcini. End with a classic Italian tiramisu or a torta caprese.
From sunset-late. AED150 per person (four-course menu). Call +9714 2349986 or WhatsApp +97156 699 6544.
Al Hadheerah, Bab Al Shams
Dine under the stars this Ramadan with a Bedouin-style meal that pairs regional signatures such as Emirati lamb salona, veal harees and international cuisine such as grilled shrimp, okra lamb, and more. Adding a sweet ending to your Iftar is the delightful assortment of desserts of loukemat, baklava towers, Umm Ali and more. Sit back and relax as you quench your thirst with Ramadan-special beverages, soft beverages and Arabic coffee.
From sunset to 10pm. AED280 per person. Call +9714 809 6194 or email email@example.com.
Jones the Grocer, Emirates Golf Club
This Ramadan, break bread with loved ones with a creative Iftar menu featuring highlights from across the Mediterranean and Middle East. After breaking your fast with dates, diners have a choice of lentil soup or saffron pearl couscous and broccolini with Greek feta, aubergine, sun-dried tomatoes, mixed leaves and pumpkin seeds tossed in honey-balsamic. Mains feature a pan-fried sea bass on soba noodles, bok choy, pickled red radish, chilli, nori, cashews and a yuzu ponzu dressing; garlic and chilli linguine in a tomato reduction with basil and parmesan; and chargrilled harissa chicken. Lastly, a selection of refreshing beverages makes its way to the table to round off the evening.
From sunset to 10pm. AED119 per person (set menu of starter, main and beverage). Call +9714 417 9999 or visit Instagram.
Asil, Rixos Premium Dubai JBR
Take a culinary journey through Turkey, Lebanon and Morocco with a sharing-style set Iftar menu that features over 30 dishes that are cycled on a daily basis, including a daily special that offers diners a different experience every visit. As the sun sets, begin with a platter of dates, apricots, walnuts, a selection of cheese and more, before moving on to a hearty lentil soup, harira or an exclusive-for-the-day soup. Soon after, tuck into a selection of mezze and delightful starters such as Turkish cheese borek, flavourful Lebanese baalbek sfiha and Moroccan cheese briouat. Indulge in kibbeh bil laban, chicken molokhia and couscous sayadieh, with vegetarian options available too. End on a sweet note with kunafa, Umm Ali, traditional katayef and more. Sip on beverages including jallab, ayran, tea and coffee.
From sunset-9:30pm. AED199 per person. Call +9714 520 0055 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sonara Camp, Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve
Celebrate the Holy Month with ‘Arabian Nights’ at Sonara Camp featuring stargazing, falconry, Tanoura dances and a fire show; accompanied by a Mediterranean-Arab fusion meal after sunset. Break your fast with dates, juices, laban, fruits and lentil soup. This is followed by a sharing dinner that begins with chicken shawarma in a crispy cone with avocado emulsion; roasted moutabal and red capsicum hummus; and pulled lamb shoulder with ras el hanout. Mains include roasted farm-chicken with peri-peri; black Angus striploin with pesto; lamb chops; and roasted cauliflower with tahini. End on a sweet note with a trio of roasted golden apple with orange blossom mascarpone and toffee; café noisettes, chocolate pâte à bombe with hazelnut and toffee; and a sweet hummus pie with white chocolate ganache and pistachio.
From 5pm-late. AED860 onwards (per adult) and AED380 onwards (per child). Call +97150 336 7909 or email email@example.com.
The DIFC restaurant has introduced an unlimited iftar menu for the Holy Month of Ramadan. The dishes have been carefully curated, infused and reinvented with a selection of ingredients, spices and flavours from India. Make your way to the eclectic Indian restaurant and indulge in an exotic Indian mezze of dips, fruits and dates, kebabs, biryani, salads, desserts and a selection of Ramadan beverages. The offer is available for two hours of unlimited plates.
From sunset-late. AED199 per person (for two hours). Call +9714 327 1555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BABA, The Westin Mina Seyahi
Take a culinary journey to a land of the Ottoman cuisine this Ramadan and tuck into scrumptious plates of Turkish favourites. The menu is for a minimum of two people, in a sharing-style manner. Begin the evening with a traditional mezze comprising light bites, before moving on to a sizzling and succulent mixed grill. Enjoy specialty börek (baked, filled pastries), before ending the evening on a sweet note with Turkish sweets and tea.
From sunset-8:30pm. AED225 per person. Call +9714 511 7373.
The contemporary Northern Chinese restaurant invites diners to embrace the spirit of Ramadan with a selection of sharing-style dishes. Hutong draws inspiration from the heritage of the Silk Road where Arabic and Chinese influences merge, to present a memorable Iftar experience. Break your fast with dates and a choice of soup, including crab and golden pumpkin soup, chicken and matsutake mushroom noodle soup or Chinese leek and chilli pepper soup. Thereafter, tuck into an abundant selection of starters such as vegetarian spring rolls, wild mushroom and truffle bao and prawn and chicken siu mai. This is followed by wok-tossed beef tenderloin with Laoganma chilli sauce, yu xiang crispy eggplant and Hutong fried rice. A delightful date pudding provides a sweet end to the meal.
From sunset-8pm. AED198 per person (Minimum of two people). Call +9714 220 0868 or visit the website.
This Ramadan, the award-winning restaurant is set delight guests with an iftar offering of Indian-inspired international delicacies. The sharing style menu will feature a selection of contemporary and creative fusion dishes. As the sun sets over La Mer, diners can break their fast with lentil soup, dates, fruits and water. This is followed by cold plates of citrus and mesclun salad, alongside cassava chaat. An iftar platter to share is up next and with dishes such as smokey chipotle paneer tikka, beef empanadas and harissa chicken. Mains follow, where diners can choose their preferred dish from masti-style biryani, smokey dill butter chicken, prawns moilee or corn haleem. Exclusive for iftar, desserts will include raspberry rose delight and karak semifreddo-malai toast.
From sunset-8pm. AED150 per person. Call +9714 344 4384 email email@example.com.
Sloane’s, Grosvenor House Dubai
Celebrate Ramadan with the ultimate lamb-ouzi feast for Iftar. To order your takeaway, fill out form linked below with your favourite sides and the 6kg lamb ouzi will be ready to pick up on your chosen day. The lamb is seasoned with an aromatic blend of spices served with oriental rice, cold and hot mezze of your choice and mint yogurt to complete the dish. Mezze options include hummus, warak enab, fattoush salad, baba ganoush, spinach fatayer, cheese sambousek, meat kibbeh or vegetable samosas. You can opt to add-on traditional Arabic desserts such as Umm Ali and milk cake for an extra cost.
AED799 (serves eight people). Call +9714 317 6000 or order online.