Best Ramadan Iftars in Dubai!

Best Ramadan Iftars in Dubai!

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The holy month of Ramadan is one of the most special occasions of the year! This is the time to be amidst family and friends, sitting together at Iftars to break the dawn to dusk fast. Iftar, a crucial meal during Ramadan, is indeed a special gathering, ideal for spending quality time with family and loved ones, while savouring the most delicious of foods and desserts! Even if you are not fasting for Ramadan, no worries. Feel free to join any one of Dubai’s reputed restaurants and eateries to experience Iftar meal. Rest assured, you will be greeted by wonderfully decorated interiors, lavish spreads comprising of delicious culinary specialities from all over the world and charming host, dedicated to ensure that you have a wonderful time with your family and friends during Iftar dinners in Dubai. Holidayme presents 10 amazing places in Dubai for best Ramadan Iftars. 

Ramadan Iftars in Dubai

Address Dubai Marina

Ramadan Iftars

Address Dubai Marina is one of the 5-star reputed hotels in Dubai which offers easy access to Dubai Marina Mall and Jebel Ali Race Course. It’s also an interesting venue for Ramadan Iftars in Dubai as its huge Constellation Ballroom is decorated into a modern Arabesque look and feel. The plush tent can easily accommodate around 420 people inside the tent. Guests have the option to enjoy a wide selection of season fares, a thoughtfully curated international buffet and live oud players.

Timings: Sunset to 9 PM, Daily

Estimated Cost: Dhs220* 

Asateer tent, Atlantis The Palm

Ramadan Iftars

Atlantis The Palm is not just an iconic resort hotel of Dubai, its also the cultural hub of the City. This year, enjoy Ramadan Iftars at the highly famous Asateer tent and be part of an experience comprising of glittering lights, entertainment and a wide range of buffet dishes and traditional delicacies. Celebrity chef restaurants – Bread Street Kitchen and Ronda Locatelli are ensuring a fusion of classic Ramadan flavours and international culinary specialities.

Timings: Daily after Sunset.

Estimated Cost: Dhs220* 

Broadwalk Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club

 

This year, have a different kind of Ramadan Iftar experience in Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club’s Broadwalk. Enjoy a lavish iftar meal comprising of shish tawook, lamb kofta, falafel, kibbeh and fattoush as you glide in the BBQ Donuts. Admire the sprawling views of Dubai Creek while enjoying an unique iftar meal with your close friends and family.

Timings: sunset to 8pm Daily

Estimated Cost: Dhs 165* 

Burj Al Arab

Ramadan Iftars

When you talk about the best places in Dubai for ramadan Iftars, you just can’t ignore the most photographed cultural icon of the City, Burj Al Arab. This luxurious hotel has a reputation for pampering its guest with plush interiors, impeccable services and equally extravagant restaurant. This year, do visit Burj Al Arab’s Al Falak Ballroom which is converted into a palatial hall dressed in Arabic patterns and designs. The Viennese Opera House style ballroom serves gastronomic delicacies and a live Badri band.

Timings: Daily after Sunset.

Estimated Cost: Dhs 255* 

Dubai Opera

Ramadan Iftars

Dubai Opera has earned a reputation for being one of the premier cultural hub of the Middle East. This year, Dubai Opera is one of the most unique venue for Ramadan Iftars in the city. Dubai Opera’s plush auditorium is completely transformed into a flat floor filled with decorations. Food is equally incredible and is served by the famous award-winning restaurant Sean Connolly, who has prepared an exclusive menu featuring slow-cooked beef cheek, whole roast duck and chicken, salmon en croute and three special biryanis.

Timings: Daily after Sunset.

Estimated Cost: Dhs 250* 

Fairmont The Palm

a popular five-star resort located in Dubai’s palm Jumeirah, Fairmont The Palm is going to serve Ramadan Iftars and Suhoor in buffet style. The hotel has set-up Fairuz tent at the beachside and is offering amazing culinary specialities in a very refreshing setting. The beachside tent is going to let in plenty of fresh sea breeze while offering sparkling view of Dubai’s illuminated skyline.

Timings: Daily after Sunset.

Estimated Cost: Dhs 195* 

Imperium, Jumeirah Zabeel Saray

Enjoy an amazing old-school Ramadan Iftar set-up at The Grand Imperium which has a classy interiors with crystal chandeliers, gilded columns and sprawling views of the Arabian Sea. The classy ambience is ideal for an intimate Iftars with your near and dear ones. Experience the true Lebanese hospitality while savouring gastronomic delicacies comprising of the finest local produces, Arabic culinary specialities and a wide selection of traditional desserts.

Timings: Sunset to 9 PM.

Estimated Cost: Dhs 195* 

QE2 Cruise

Ramadan Iftars

Cunard Line’s world famous Queen Elizabeth 2 floating hotel is hosting Ramadan Iftars and Suhoor. The famed ship is going to set up air-conditioned majlis on the ship’s largest deck. It will have an Arabic buffet including live cooking stations, traditional Emirati culinary specialities, desserts and classic Ramadan juices.

Timings: Sunset to 9 PM.

Estimated Cost: Dhs 250* 

Sheikh Mohammed Center for Cultural Understanding

Ramadan Iftars

One of the best places in Dubai to understand and experience the Emirati culture is the Sheikh Mohammed Center for Cultural Understanding, founded in 1998 by Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the Prime Minister and Vice President of the UAE. The institution’s motto – “Open Doors, Open Minds” fully resonates during Ramadan celebration which includes Iftars, demonstrations and cultural experiences.

Timings: Daily from 6:30 PM

Estimated Cost: Dhs 185* 

Millenium Airport Hotel, Dubai

Transiting through Dubai during Ramadan? Do visit the Millenium Airport Hotel, located in the vicinity of Dubai International Airport. This hotel is ideal for refreshing and taking a short break in between your long duration flights. Its also hosting Ramadan Iftars featuring authentic arabic and international cuisines at Loumi, the Arabic styled all-day dining restaurant. In case, you are up for European food, do visit Da Vinci, an Italian restaurant which is also serving Iftar menu.

Timings: Sunset to 8 PM, Daily 

Estimated Cost: Dhs149 (Loumi) and Dhs120 (Da Vinci’s)

# Please note, the restaurant timings and pricing are subjected to change.Please check the respective website for more updates.

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