Why Yalumba should be on your list of Iftars to try


Sponsored: Chefs at Yalumba have put together an elaborate Iftar menu for diners this Ramadan, drawing inspiration from the culinary culture of the Middle East and offering a delicious variety of traditional favourites.

The buffet spread features over 200 dishes, live cooking stations where guests can enjoy an assortment of Middle Eastern favourites, such as baked meat Kibbeh, Katayef and tandoori prawns, fresh Ramadan juices as well as delicious desserts. Priced at AED 169 per person, it’s a fantastic offer to sample such a variety of dishes from the region under one roof.

If you’re looking to host a corporate or group iftar this month, the Great Ballroom at Le Meridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre is providing a selection of traditional tailored menus, paired with a mouthwatering range of desserts to creating memorable moments with your families and friends. Priced at AED 135 per person, the Ballroom can hold up to 1,750 guests with 3 show kitchens and has direct access with ample parking facilities.

There’s also a fabulous offer on room rates at Le Meridien Dubai this summer – ideal for a short staycation to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. Avail up to 25 percent off best available room rates until September 30 2019, and enjoy the hotel’s newly renovated rooms and public areas, in addition to the resort’s numerous dining outlets.

Details: Iftar at Yalumba is served from sunset until 9:30pm, daily. To make a reservation, call 04 702 2455 or email restaurants.lmd@lemeridien.com.