Iftars and Suhours
Eshak, City Walk
Eshak, the charming venue with a contemporary approach to Middle Eastern and Uzbek cuisine, is delighted to present a bespoke Ramadan menu that can be shared and enjoyed with family and friends. For the entire Holy Month, enjoy the venue’s outstanding cuisine, its captivating interior and attentive service for iftar and suhour.
PRICE: The set menu for iftar is available at Dhs125 per person while the suhour costs Dhs70 per person.
INFO: Open daily for iftar and suhour from sunset to 2.30am, 04 385 5435, www.eshak.ae
NAY Restaurant, Somewhere Hotel Barsha Heights
The iftar buffet comprises a variety of dishes across multiple courses and from hot and cold sections. Main course highlights in the cold buffet section include hummus, Greek salad, fried eggplant & marrows, while hot section highlights include couscous Chicken, jhinga masala shrimp cooked, koussa b’il laban and a live shawarma station featuring a daily rotation of chicken, beef, or lamb kebab. For suhour, enjoy signature dishes from the a la carte menu.
PRICE: Iftar Dhs99, suhour a la carte
INFO: Iftar sunset-9pm, suhour 9pm-2am, 04 561 0600, firstname.lastname@example.org
Zahr El-Laymoun, Souk Al Bahar
Renowned for its traditional approach to Lebanese cooking, meals are made from fresh, hand-picked ingredients lightly grilled or baked in a rustic kitchen. The venue offers an iftar buffet of traditional Lebanese cuisine, from hot and cold mezzes to timeless Lebanese main dishes and Arabic deserts, all while enjoying stunning views of Dubai Fountain and Burj Khalifa.
INFO: Sunset-1am, 04 448 6060, email@example.com
Andalusia Restaurant, Al Manara
Explore the rocky, sun-baked region that Spain’s southern coast has to offer with the iftar menu at Andalusia Dubai. Andalusia serves up the delights of Seville and Spain along with added mixes of your favourite Ramadan mezzes. Start your culinary journey with some of the most popular sharing dishes of the season, a mix of traditional Andalusian as well as Arabic options with a selection of cold and hot tapas.
INFO: From sunset onwards, 056 509 0189
Laylati Mixed Suhoor, Grand Hyatt Dubai
Enjoy the mixed suhoor at Laylati, Grand Hyatt Dubai’s signature Ramadan tent featuring a custom selection of Arabic delights. The delectable array of cold and hot mezze can be relished a la carte. Expect fresh manakish, saj, and traditional Ramadan sweets, all within a sophisticated and stunning Middle Eastern atmosphere.
PRICE: Dhs35 on weekdays and Dhs50 on weekends
INFO: 9pm-3am, 04 317 2221, firstname.lastname@example.org
Carluccio’s, various locations
Celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan with Carluccio’s and enjoy Iftar with an Italian twist. Enjoy complimentary dates on arrival at nine Carluccio’s outlets across the UAE, including The Dubai Mall, Marina Mall, Yas Mall and Arabian Ranches.
PRICE: Dhs99 for two courses, Dhs119 for three courses.
INFO: 7pm onwards, carluccios.com/restaurants/united-arab-emirates
Fuschia, Tecom & Business Bay
Celebrate Ramadan with fresh and healthy contemporary Thai cuisine at Fuchsia. The iftar menu offers dishes such as a tom yum with chicken soup, papaya salad, choo chee fish and sticky mango rice.
INFO: Sunset-11.30pm, 04 453 5403, facebook.com/fuchsiame
The Dining Room, Jannah Burj Al Sarab
The Jannah Burj Al Sarab’s all-day restaurant The Dining Room offers an iftar buffet featuring Khaleeji beverages, hot and cold Ramadan favourites, a variety of seafood, spiced meats, succulent grills, a wide assortment of nuts, dates and fruits, topped with an extravagant selection of desserts.
INFO: Sunset-10pm, 02 307 6307, email@example.com
RAS AL KHAIMAH
Garden Grille, Hilton Garden Inn Ras Al Khaimah
The Hilton Garden Inn Ras Al Khaimah is the first Garden Inn within the emirate overlooking the Hajar mountains and waterside creek. Offering the largest guest garden in the UAE, the hotel is the ideal nature escape this Ramadan.
INFO: Sunset onwards, 07 228 8888