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Here Are The 10 Best Iftar In Dubai In 2019

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2019 is the Year of Tolerance and more and more you’ll find all nationalities and cultures coming together to celebrate iftar together.

Every day is a cause for celebration, and whether you choose to break fast alone, with your familiy or at one of the following magnificent iftar… the choice is yours.

From magnificent iftar tents to Arabian dreams, here are 10 spots perfect for a special occasion

10. Ewaan at Palace Downtown

The highly-anticipated iftar at Palace Downtown is back and Ewaan totally transforms for the Holy Month. Expect generous buffets serving up a mix of Middle Eastern and international cuisine with oud music entertainment from an Arabian dancer.

How much? AED255 (25% off when dining/booking during the first week of Ramadan)

When? Sunset to 9pm

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9. Al Fanous Lounge at Dubai Ballroom, JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai

One of the world’s tallest hotels offers a number of iftar and suhoor options, but this is without doubt the most grand. Enjoy a luxuriously laid back iftar with friends and family in the iconic ballroom for AED199.

How much? AED199

Children’s Policy: Children below 6 years dine complimentary (maximum of 2 kids with 2 full paying adults). Additional children below 6 years and children between 7 and 12 years will be charged a 50% discount

When? From sunset to 8.30pm

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8. Fairuz Ramadan at Fairmont the Palm

For an Arabian Ramadan experience like no other, this is the tent to hit. Beautifully laid out, you’ll find the perfect mix of Middle Eastern food, entertainment and hospitality. Located within the ballroom at Fairmont the Palm the stunning blue and turquoise hanging drapes transform this space into a dreamy Middle Eastern escape.

How much? AED215

Children’s Policy: Children under 5 years old years old dine on complimentary basis and 6-12 years dine at a 50% discount.

When? Sunset to 9pm

Call +971 4 457 3457 to book

7. Majlis Al Malika at Queen Elizabeth 2

This sounds amazing. The original 1960’s Queens Room on the QE2 will be transformed into a majlis for the Holy Month, featuring Arabian decor and an extensive buffet.

How much? AED195

Children’s Policy: *50% off children below 12 years *complimentary for children below 4 years

Call +971 4 526 8888 to book

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6. Asateer Tent at Atlantis, The Palm

One of the most iconic tents in Dubai, Asateer brings together food from the world renowned Hakkasan and international buffet Kaleidoscope in a location that expects to host a whopping 60,000 guests during the Holy Month. Expect a wide variety of local and international mains and ten dessert stations.

When? Sunset to 8.30pm

How much? AED220

Children’s Policy: AED 110 per child aged 4 to 11 years old – including juices and water – Children aged 3 and below dine complimentary

Call +971 4 426 2626 to book

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5. Tagine at One & Only Royal Mirage

For an authentic Moroccan experience choose Tagine, an authentic restaurant nestled in the heart of one of Jumeirah’s finest resorts. Enjoy a buffet and a la carte options to the sounds of traditional Oud and Tablah.

When? 7pm until 11.30pm

How much? AED230 per person

In lieu of a photo of Tagine, here’s a picture of the courtyard Ramadan Cafe at The Palace which you pass on your way to Tagine. Open till 2am during Ramadan, you can enjoy shisha in this temperature-controlled setting from 8pm until 2am. Dream!

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4. Tawlet at INKED, Al Quoz

Tawlet is a “mom’s kitchen and table” concept that tells the story of Lebanese history though food. The chef’s are well-verses in traditional Lebanese cooking and guests can expects a unique menus daily through the Holy Month.

Expect generous servings of mezze and tabkhats (homemade stews) like ‘Moghrabieh b djeij’, ‘kebbe nayeh’, a ‘saj’ live station, salads and vegetarian dishes as well as desserts.

When? Doors from 6.15pm until 9pm

Children’s Policy: AED130 for children from 5 to 11 years old

How much? AED275

Call +971 50 845 1359 to book

3. Khaymat Al Bahar at Jumeirah Al Qasr

This is an authentic Lebanese dining experience with a beach view at the striking Jumeirah hotel and a percentage of each person’s iftar goes back into the community. Khaymat Al Bahar has cleverly partnered up with the Al Jalilia foundation to make it happen and a percentage of each booking is pledged ‘basma’ Ramadan initiative.

How much? AED195

Book here.

True Taste Of Ramadan At Al Qasrs Khaymat Al Bahar

2. Constellation Ballroom at Address Dubai Marina

This wholesome iftar is handy for Marina residents looking for an authentic Arabian experience; think extensive buffet with a mix of local and international in a modern set up.

When? Sunset to 9pm

How much? AED199 per person

Children’s Policy: Children (6 to 11 years): 50% off dining – Children (5 years and below): Dine with compliments

Call +97144367777

1. Al Hadheerah Restaurant at Bab al Shams

This one will take your breath away. Experience iftar under the stars at Al Hadheerah restaurant, set among rolling sand dunes at the exclusive resort. This desert iftar is completed with traditional entertainment, and the camel and horse shows make it truly spectacular.

When? Sunset until 11pm

Who much? AED265 from Sunday to Wednesday, and AED 295 from Thursday to Saturday,

Children’s Policy: Children aged four to 12 will be able to dine with 50% discount, and little guests under four dine for free

Book here.

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