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Top Iftars To Try In Dubai 2017

Al Iwan Iftar 
The world’s tallest atrium may be one of the best ways to savour delectable Arabic cuisine for Iftar during the Holy Month. Break your fast to live music and the tastiest traditional fare at Al Iwan. A delectable Arabic buffet, inclusive of house water, Ramadan juices, dates, laban and cold mezzeh.
Timings: sunset until 9.00pm.
Price: AED 290 per person.
Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, 04 301 7600

Asateer Tent 
Enjoy the ultimate Ramadan experience at the iconic Asateer tent where glittering lights, oriental entertainment and a wide array of buffet dishes and traditional delicacies at Iftar awaits you.
Timings: sunset to 8.30pm.
Price: AED 210 per person including water and Ramadan juices.
Atlantis The Palm, Dubai, 04 426 0800

At.mosphere, Burj Khalifa
Book a table at the world’s highest restaurant, At.mosphere and marvel at the stunning views of the Burj Khalifa, then make your way through the chef’s special four-course menu.
Timings: 7.00pm to 11.30pm.
Price: AED 475 per person for four-course menu, A la carte option also available.
At.mosphere, Burj Khalifa, 04 888 3828

Iftar at the Ewaan Ramadan Tent
The signature restaurant at Palace Downtown, Ewaan echoes the classic style of the destination, with a sumptuous spread served within a recreation of a traditional Arabic tent, which extends from the terrace into the gardens. Set within the elegant settings of Palace Downtown, this sanctuary of serenity will place you at the heart of culture.
Timings: sunset until 9.00pm
Price: AED 255 per person, inclusive of Iftar buffet, Ramadan juices and water. Children aged 6 – 11 years, enjoy 50% discount. Children aged 5 years and below dine with compliments.
Palace Downtown, 04 428 7888

Palazzo Versace Dubai
This Ramadan, experience magical nights inspired by the breathtaking surroundings of Giardino at Palazzo Versace Dubai. From live cooking and carving stations to a wide variety of authentic culinary creations from the UAE, Morocco, Syria and Turkey.
Timings: 6.30pm to 9.00pm.
Price: AED 220 per person.
Palazzo Versace Dubai, 04 556 8840

Break your fast with a choice of four-course menus at Armani/Amal. Traditional mezze will be followed by a selection of spiced signature dishes
Timings: sunset, onwards.
Price: AED 250 per person.
Armani Hotel Dubai , Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai, 04 888 3666

Amiri Ramadan Tent
The Address Montgomerie has constructed a Ramadan Tent on the lawns of the property.
The Iftar menu will feature Middle Eastern delicacies and beverages. Guests can enjoy traditional live pipe music and views of the golf course.
Timings: sunset to 9.00pm.
Price: AED 200 per person.
The Address Montgomerie, Emirates Hills, 04 390 5600

Al Fanous Lounge
The Iftar buffet features more than 200 dishes, with international and traditional Arabic flavours. Memorable Arabian desserts including freshly baked kunafa and an interactive Turkish ice-cream area. A live Oud player will create a special ambience, ideal for relaxing and spending time with loved ones on the occasion of Ramadan.
Timings: sunset to 8.30pm.
Price: AED 199 per person, half-price for kids aged seven-12, free for kids under six.
JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay, 04 414 3000

From the owners of the critically acclaimed Weslodge Saloon, Morah is poised to bring diners the vibrant and exciting flavours of the Eastern and Coastal Mediterranean. Located on the 71st floor, the views are nothing short of spectacular. Iftar is served sharing style.
Timings: 7.30pm to midnight.
Price: AED 250 per person.
Morah, JW Marriott Marquis, Dubai, 04 560 1799

The Lebanese-Australian chef Greg Malouf, which some of you may remember from his star-studded restaurant Clé is now back in Dubai with Zahira at the H Hotel. His Iftar menu is sure to leave you impressed, and don’t worry about getting bored the Iftar menu will change weekly.
Timings: 6.00pm to 9.00pm.
Price: AED 260 for nine dishes.
Zahira, The H Hotel, Dubai, 04 501 8606

Rüya Dubai
The Anatolian kitchen is as rich in flavours as the history of its lands. Embark on a culinary journey through the food regions of Turkey with mezes from Marmara, Pides from the Black Sea region, olives from the Aegean Sea and kebabs from South eastern Anatolia all under the guidance of Head Chef Colin Clague.
Timings: sunset to 9.00pm.
Price: AED 195 per person.
Rüya Dubai, Grosvenor House Hotel, Dubai Marina, 04 399 9123

Iftar with a twist. Experience a modern, Indian fine-dining Iftar experience and enjoy a range of curries, biryanis, kebabs and much more. Set menu options as well as à la carte options are available.
Timings: sunset to 11.30pm.
Price: AED 150 per person.
Tresind, Nassima Royal Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, 04 308 0440

Jean-Georges Dubai
This Ramadan, Jean-Georges Dubai are offering a delectable menu with a selection of starters, choice of one main course and a selection of desserts. Seating available on the stunning terrace or within the vibrant restaurant. A la carte menu also available.
Timings: sunset to 11.30pm.
Price: AED 195 per person.
Jean-Georges Dubai, Four Seasons Resort, Jumeirah Beach Road, 04 343 6118