With so many options around and so little time, DubaiDay brings you the best Iftars to try this Ramadan from all around the city.
So, whether you are looking for something new or simply just the perfect place to dine in with your friends and family, we have the city’s top 6 picks right here:
Roses, velvet booths and stunning views from the 49th floor certainly checks a lot of boxes when you are looking for the perfect place to dine in. Tucked into Nassima Royal on the Sheikh Zayed Road, this intimate French diner is known for its eclectic vibes and perfect French menu, which transports you back to home.
This Ramadan, La Mome will be hosting the Iftar a la Francaise post sunset and we assure you, it’s going to be something you don’t want to miss out on. The deal will include 50% discount on the Ala Carte beverages and AED 159 on the Iftar menu, which will include juices and water.
This Ramadan explore something new with Inked, located at Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz.
Unlike the traditional Iftar set up in a Restaurant, Inked will be a pop affair in a warehouse, where guests come together and try a cuisine from Berber people of North Africa. Served for sharing – as the Berbers eat – dishes include courgette zaalouk salad with roasted almonds and pomegranate dressing, slow-cooked beef with green peas, fava beans and artichokes, a barleysotto (risotto made with barley) served with glazed vegetables and preserved lemon tajine. Desserts include a tiger cake with ras el hanout (a North African spice mix).
Authentic North African cuisine + Contemporary pop set up = Iftar at Inked, Priced at AED 300, Open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, Sunset to 9:30 pm
The newest kid on the block, Zahira is all set to open its doors this Ramadan, with its special Iftar menu which will feature Modern Middle Eastern Cusine, served with a twist. Introducing a fresh take on traditional dishes, Zahira will present a weekly changing menu providing guests with a truly unique experience complemented by the sounds of Oud.
Available daily from sunset, AED190 per person, for bookings call 04 501 8606
Cavalli Restaurant will open this Ramadan with an unlimited Iftar buffet which will feature signature Italian dishes as well as soft drinks. That’s not it, They will also be serving shisha 8 pm onwards. The a la carte menu will include popular dishes such as wagyu beef gyoza, risotto and an unexpected chocolate surprise.
Priced at AED299 per person, this unique experience is all set to raise the bar for a one of a kind Iftar.
Tom&Serg is back again with yet another unforgettable Ramadan affair, this time they are pulling out all of the stops with an EPIC food battle between the two most infamous events – Return of the Ramen and Rule the Roast. One venue. Two Menus.
Are you Ramen or are you Roast?
Priced at AED 100, you can enjoy either the Ramen or Roast menu from 7pm till late throughout Ramadan.
All set to be the raddest battle in town, head down to Tom & Serg to make your pick!
Click here to know more about the event
Enjoy your Iftar from the world’s tallest hotel, J W Marquis, Dubai.
Known for its vivacious and spectacular ambiance, Breath-taking views and a quirky and amazing take on conceptualizing regional cuisine beautifully, Morah Dubai is now all set to host their exceptional Iftar experience. With ample of items on the menu, like Madjool dates, Barbari bread, vine ripened tomato | pomegranate dressing + Persian feta + basil pesto + olive oil, Sweet potato hummus | za’atar + olive oil to begin with, followed by Roasted lamb shoulder, Grilled boneless branzino as a part of their mains and Saffron & orange revani, mastic dondurma ice cream, Kazan dipi and Loukoum for those as a part of their desert selections; Morah can easily be classified as one of the best iftars in town this season.