With Ramadan comes the chance to savor the delightful iftars and suhoors set-up for residents all around the country. If you’re wondering where to take your friends and family this Ramadan, we round up a list of options for you to enjoy.
Al Majlis, Madinat Jumeirah
One of Dubai’s popular iftar venues, Al Majlis at Madinat Jumeirah offers an extensive iftar with buffet and live cooking stations amidst beautiful interiors and Arabian hospitality. The venue hosts both iftar and suhoor and has seats up to a 1000 guests.
- Timings: Iftar- Sunset to 8:30 pm/Suhoor- 9:30 pm to 3 am
- Cost: AED 210 per person including Ramadan juices, water, and soft drinks.
The Dubai Creek Harbor Ramadan Tent
Emaar properties will be hosting its Ramadan tent at a new location, the Dubai Creek Harbor. It opens only for Suhoor and has a great view of the Dubai Creek, the Ras Al Khor Wildlife Sanctuary, and the Downtown Dubai skyline. There will also be live music and board games available. An a la carte menu will be served by Vida Hotels and Resorts offering traditional Arabian delicacies and beverages.
- Timings: 8 pm to 1 am on weekdays and 8 pm to 3 am from Thursday to Saturday
- Cost: A la carte menu
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Saraya Tent at Armani Hotel
Sit by the Dubai Fountain at The Saraya Tent by Armani hotel while you break your fast or prepare for Suhoor. The menu will change daily and offer a range of Arabic and international delicacies.
- Timings: Iftar- Sunset to 9 pm/Suhoor- 10 pm to 3 am
- Cost: Iftar- AED 250/Suhoor- AED 200
Asateer Tent at Atlantis, the Palm
Experience Ramadan at the Asateer tent, Atlantis the Palm with glittering lights, oriental entertainment and an extensive buffet of traditional delicacies.
- Timings: Iftar- Sunset to 8.30 pm/Suhoor- 9.30 pm to 2.30 am
- Cost: Iftar- AED 205/Suhoor- AED 185
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Ewaan Ramadan Tent
The Ewaan tent at The Palace Downtown Dubai offers Arabic cuisine with a variety of seating areas extending to the palace gardens and filled with live oud fragrances.
- Timings: Iftar- 7 pm to 9 pm/Suhoor- 10 pm to 1 am
- Cost: Iftar- AED 240/Suhoor- AED 160
Manzil Iftar Tent at Fume
Manzil Downtown and Fümé Downtown have come together to offer the best of Arabic cuisine and entertainment at the Manzil Downtown tent during the holy month. Ramadan specialties will be served at both iftar and suhoor. You can also watch the UEFA Euro Championships live at the venue. Children under 12 years can dine at a 50% discount.
- Time: Iftar- 7 pm to 9 pm/Suhoor- 9 pm to 2 am
- Price: AED 170 per person
Mezzoon Ballroom, Jumeirah Etihad Towers
Mezzoon Ballroom at Jumeirah Etihad Towers offers iftar in a warm setting with authentic Middle Eastern food. With a seating capacity of 1000 guests, the venue is ideal for large groups of people.
- Timings: Starts at sunset (7pm)
- Cost: AED 165 per person
Al Falak Ballroom, Burj Al Arab
Located on the 27th floor, Al Falak Ballroom offers great views of the Dubai coastline. Experience Arabesque style luxury dining with classic Arabic music and savoring authentic Arabic cuisine.
- Timings: Starting at sunset
- Cost: AED 400 per person
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Ramadan Pavilion, Emirates Palace
Break your fast viewing the sunset from this beachfront pavilion at the Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi. During iftar you will be served traditional and continental dishes. There will be an A la carte menu for Suhoor.
- Timings: Sunset to 9.30 pm
- Cost: AED 265 per person
Origins, Yas Viceroy
Origins at Yas Viceroy Abu Dhabi offers breathtaking views of the Yas Marina circuit with special iftar buffet. Children aged between five to 12 years old will be charged half price and children aged four years and below will eat for free.
- Timings: Sunset to 10 pm
- Cost: AED 165 per person