Bazaar's Top 12 Iftars & Suhoors To Try This Ramadan
BY Milli Midwood /
May 17 2017 /
Live cooking stations, sumptuous à la carte menu and indulgent buffets full of your favourite traditional Arabic cuisine. We round up the best Ramadan offerings to break your fast with this Holy month.
One&Only The Palm
Guests can experience a mouth-watering buffet of international and traditional dishes at One & Only The Palm, Dubai. Price: Dhs250 per person, 50 perfect off for children under 12-years old. Contact: 04 4441135
The stunning new Jumeirah Al Naseem celebrates its first Ramadan with daily Iftars served in at The Palmery, the all day dining restaurant, and Moroccan lounge Al Mandhar. Price: From Dhs195. Contact: 04 4530444
Kaftan Turkish Cuisine & Fine Art, located on Jumeirah Beach Road, mixes Ottoman, Turkish and Middle Eastern cuisines for an Iftar with a twist. Located on Jumeirah Beach Road, guests can enjoy stunning views of the Burj Al Arab, and in an air-conditioned tent no less!
Price: Dhs190 per person, Dhs95 for children.
Contact: 04 3389688
Indulge in the true taste of Turkey at Besh, with an assortment of hot and cold mezzes, salads, grilled meats and sweet treats. Head down during the first week of Ramadan and enjoy Dhs25 off the bill!
Price: Dhs145 per person.
Contact: 04 3772353
IAndalucia at the St. Regis Al Habtoor Polo Resort & Club, boasts everything you could want in an Iftar dinner, including a spread of Arabic and Mediterranean dishes, a live Oud player and shisha.
Price: Dhs175 per person, Dhs88 for child, below six-years eat free
Contact: 056 5458391
Picture this: Burj Khalifa views, front row seats at the dancing fountains, bubbling shisha on the go and a mix of mouth-watering Lebanese dishes. You'll find it all at Zahr El-Laymoum.
Price: Dhs95 per person.
Contact: 04 4486060
Ok, not exactly an Iftar or Suhoor, but Bazaar simply can't get enough of Sugarmoo's classic desserts, which have been reinvented for Ramadan using traditional Arabic ingredients - think kunafeh cheesecakes, karabij cake and halawa truffles.
Palazzo Versace's stunning Giardino features culinary creations from Syria, Morocco, UAE and Turkey - a deliciously indulgent evening, if you ask us.
Price: Dh220 per peron for Iftar, Dhs160 per person for Suhoor.
Contact: 04 5568840
Those watching their waistlines this Ramadan, head down to Mint Leaf of London to enjoy an array of tradionital dishes with a healthy spin. Those looking to indulge can opt for the seven-course set menu, served from 7pm onwards.
Price: From Dhs145 per person.
Contact: 04 7060900
It's Iftar like you've never experienced it before at the Intercontinental, Dubai Festival City. Break your fast in the most luxurious way, with a private butler catering to your every need in the Presidential suite of the Creek-view hotel.
Price: Starting from Dhs550 based on a group of eight.
Contact: 04 7011127
Fairmont the Palm's annual ‘Fairuz’ Ramadan tent, which seats 290 guests, offers the perfect setting for families and friends to relax and enjoy the Holy month, with delicious food and live entertainment from an Oud player. Suhoor guests will dine under the stars in the picturesque, al fresco Arabian courtyard.
Price: Dhs175 per person, Dhs88 for children.
Contact: 04 4573457
A spoiling spread of dishes from all over the world, Suq at the Four Seasons boasts everything from hot tandoori dishes and homemade pasta to sushi and sashimi. Oh, and did we mention there's a homemade icecream and crêpe station?
Price: Dhs245 per person.
Contact: 04 2707777