Celebrate Iftar’s throughout Ramadan with an array of spots across Dubai serving up a range of feasts, from vast sharing platters to decadent buffets. Our list of eights must try Iftars below will help you chose your next spot to break your fast!
Seven Seeds, located in Media City, is serving up an array of cuisines packed with bold flavours with their Iftar buffet. With dishes from Iran to Morocco and everywhere in between, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Daily from sunset, and for AED129 per person, this sharing style Iftar feast is perfect for a blend of cuisines and dishes that are vibrant, flavourful and authentic; and all to be enjoyed overlooking the stunning Dubai night sky on the terrace.
Rüya, located at The St. Regis Dubai The Palm, is offering an unforgettable Iftar experience with all the flavours of the season with their sharing style menu, daily from sunset to 8.30pm and for AED280 per person. Expertly curated by Head Chef Gökhan Çökelez, Rüya’s menu is offering dishes such as Grilled Sea Bass & Zeytinyağli Pirasa, Adana Kebap, Whole Corn-fed Baby Chicken and Mantarli Keşkek as well as an incredible selection of Anatolian desserts to celebrate. Enjoy contemporary Anatolian cuisine in this beautiful, bright spot for a memorable Iftar.
With live chef stations, an unmissable range of traditional and contemporary dishes, and an unforgettable dessert section, check out Gastro Kitchen’s Iftar Buffet. Serving their traditional Iftar buffet daily from sunset, and for AED199 per person, Gastro Kitchen is a family friendly, relaxed spot with stunning poolside garden views, and a spread of dishes that will cater to everyone, including shwarmas, freshly grilled meats, lamb ouzi, and an incredible 10 flavours of hummus.
From March 22nd through to the end of Ramadan, catch an incredible 4-course sharing style menu at Hayal for AED199 per person. Hayal, is an eclectic and vibrant Turkish restaurant with dreamy, bright, relaxed interiors and a show stopping menu of some Turkish Iftar staples. With all dishes flavoured to perfection, and photo ready, Hayal is one for a memorable, elegant, and unique Iftar.
Carna by Dario Cecchini
Carna by Dario Cecchini, a contemporary steakhouse that prides itself on farm to table and top tier ingredients, is offering an indulgent Iftar with a sharing-style menu of Italian and Middle-Eastern inspired dishes, including live cooking stations and a delicious roasted lamb. From sunset to 8pm, and for AED225 per person, Carna’s Iftar feast is there for any foodies looking to break fast in style.
Malaysian street food might not be your first thought when planning Iftar this March, but with My Square, it should be. This incredible street food buffet is being served every Saturday during Ramadan for only AED159 per person, and includes a mouth-watering spread packed with Malaysian flavours.
Bushra By Buddha-Bar
During the Holy Month of Ramadan, delve into a delicious and specially curated Iftar sharing menu at Bushra By Buddha-Bar, located in Grosvenor House, Dubai Marina. Choose from an array of mouth-watering traditional Arabic dishes amidst stunning Dubai Marina views for AED275 per person, daily from 6pm. Bushra promises an unforgettable Iftar for you and your family and friends.
VAGA is celebrating Ramadan with their special Iftar dinner, with a menu curated by Chef Sufyan Al Kebata, an expert in perfectly flavoured Arabic cuisine, especially for the month of Ramadan. Looking out over views of Ain Dubai, enjoy set menu dishes that include traditional Iftar classics, light and fresh salads and perfectly cooked meat; end on a high with their huge array of desserts. Merging authentic culture and cuisine with modern interior comforts, VAGA will also be decorating their interiors with Ramadan fanoos lanterns, long candles and live music in the Sohoor seating section. For an extra-special Iftar, this one is absolutely unmissable.
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