The month of fasting as well as feasting is all set to begin soon, and as always, the UAE is prepared to give you its best.
From diverse cuisines to unique picturesque set-ups to exciting offers, gear up this Ramadan to take your taste buds on a tantalizing ride as you indulge in these flavorful Iftars and make the most of these experiences.
AMAYA, located in Dubai Mall, offers a one-of-a-kind dining experience that takes guests on an authentic journey through the flavors of the Mediterranean. The restaurant's ambiance, which is adorned with contemporary art pieces and lounge vibes, was designed by renowned artist Joseph Klibansky.
This Ramadan, guests can indulge in an eclectic Iftar experience featuring a variety of traditional Ramadan flavors, including a selection of cold and hot mezzeh, and main dishes such as lamb ouzi, chicken maqluba, and sea bass sayadiah. The set menu is priced at Dh179 per person and includes one Ramadan juice, as well as optional dishes, giving guests the flexibility to choose their own menu. Moreover, the main dishes available change daily, offering a diverse selection throughout the Ramadan season.
During Ramadan, there is nothing quite like the taste of homemade cooking. Deeritna is renowned for its exceptional Middle Eastern cuisine, which is prepared using only the finest ingredients and offered through its catering and service models.
This Ramadan, indulge in their famous Jordanian Mansaf, Palestinian Musakhan, Chicken Freekeh, and Warak Dawali, alongside other delectable dishes. Whether you are hosting a warm dinner at home or an iftar party, Deeritna guarantees the timely delivery of fresh, hot, and delicious food. For additional details, please visit deeritna.com.
The Iftar Buffet Menu, which comprises a fusion of Pakistani, Afghani, and North Indian cuisines, boasts over 50 delectable dishes. From traditional Iftar favorites and BBQ grills to rice dishes, curries, and desserts, this lavish buffet has something for everyone. Additionally, guests can enjoy a 25% discount on the Iftar Buffet Menu after 8:30 pm during Ramadan at all branches. The prices vary by location, with prices starting at Dh69 per person.
SushiArt is blending art with gastronomy and bringing a touch of exotic flavors to the table this Ramadan season. The restaurant has curated an exclusive menu featuring traditional Japanese dishes in a three-course meal priced at Dh129. The menu includes delicious dishes such as Miso soup, Crispy Salted Calamari, Dynamite Shrimp, Salmon Teriyaki, Beef Noodles, and much more. This offer is available at all SushiArt branches across the UAE, so don't miss the opportunity to savor these delectable flavors.
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What could be more perfect than breaking your fast by the seaside to conclude your day? At the ground floor of Hyatt Centric Jumeirah in La Mer, guests can enjoy stunning sunset views while savoring the traditional menu. With delicious dishes like Crisp pita, Grilled harissa prawns, and Za’atar flatbread topped with akawi cheese, this dining experience is not to be missed. The offer is priced at Dh235 per person and reservations can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open Sesame, situated at Hotel Indigo Dubai Downtown, is hosting an Iftar feast featuring live cooking and grill stations in addition to the menu offerings. At a price of Dh180 per person, the restaurant will prepare an array of traditional dishes such as ouzzi, falafel, kebabs, and baklava, among others. Children between the ages of 6 and 12 can enjoy a 50% discount, while children under the age of 6 can dine for free.
As Ramadan arrives, Four Seasons Dubai is offering a variety of deals for the holy month. Suq, the hotel's restaurant, provides an authentic Arabian atmosphere with traditional offerings such as Bachir Ice Cream Station, Baklava station, and an Emirates corner that celebrates local cuisine, including Chicken Mandi, Deyay Nashef, and Saffron Rice. In addition to the delectable food lineup, there will be a three-piece band from Egypt to entertain guests. The offer begins at Dh455 per person.
Aqua, located on the terrace of Rosewood on Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi, will be hosting an Iftar buffet featuring a variety of delectable dishes such as hummus, kibbeh, tandoor chicken, lamb ouzi, and more during the month of Ramadan. Additionally, traditional desserts like qatayef and halawa bil jibn will also be available. The price for the buffet is Dh275 for the first week and Dh295 from the second week until the end of Ramadan.
News Source: Khaleej Times