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Ramadan 2024: The best of Iftar and Suhoor Spots in Dubai

Chandigarh, 26 March 2024: As the Holy month of Ramadan draws in, it is time for reflection, spirituality, and quality time with loved ones over choicest Iftar and Suhoor spread that Dubai has to offer. From traditional feasts to authentic spread, the choice is endless. Additionally, there are cultural events throughout the city such as Ramadan markets which provide a glimpse into the rich heritage of the region.
Bombay Bungalow - UAE’s homegrown and Michelin Guide-featured restaurant serves rich culinary indulgence and authentic Indian flavours. It caters to every palette and is sure to be your go-to spot overlooking the incredible views of JBR beach and Ain Dubai. Priced at AED 110 per person, Bombay Bungalow’s new iftar menu combines affordability with authenticity, offering the best of both worlds while truly embracing the spirit of Ramadan. For starters, guests can explore a variety of options, including Black Lemon & Cardamom Mutton, Afghani Chicken Tikka, and Dahi Ke Kebab. The main course features a crowd-favourite Biryani along with a curry of the day, paired with an assortment of breads to tie it all together.

Zabeel House By Jumeirah,The Greens - As the sun sets, the neighbourhood hangout spot at Zabeel House the Greens, Social Company, will transform into a vibrant Ramadan-themed destination, embracing its contemporary elements to compliment the traditional Iftar experience. Priced at AED 185 per adult and AED 75 for children, enjoy a curated open buffet featuring a delectable selection of hot and cold mezzeh, a mixture of salads, and soups including a lentil soup and lamb harissa soup. For the main course, guests can relish Ramadan staples served on the table such as lamb shank served with puff pastry, shuwa rice and shuwa sauce or an Arabic mixed grill (shish tawook, lamb kofta). The talented chefs of Social Company have also prepared vegetarian options such as  mashis, grilled vegetable tagine with saffron cous cous, seasonal grilled vegetables & tahina sauce.

To end the meal on a sweet note, tuck into pistachio milk cake with pistachio cream and sticky date pudding with caramel sauce, honeycomb and caramel ice cream. Group packages and options for Suhoor are also available upon request. Set against the backdrop of the iconic Burj Khalifa, Salvaje Dubai is the ideal dining destination for intimate Iftar gatherings. For AED 280 per person, the four-course Iftar set menu is available from sundown, highlighting the wild side of Japanese cuisine. The Iftar series begins at sundown with Dates, Edamame and Tomato-Kimchi Soup on the table, followed by a delicious presentation of sharing-style appetizers of Spicy Tuna Roll, SLVJ Salad, Short Ribs Bao and Truffle Mushroom Dumplings. Diners can dive further into the main course, choosing from options of Lamb Chops served with Tofu Feta Sauce and Home-made Pickled Cucumbers; Baby chicken marinated in Miso and Jalapeno; Inside Skirt Wagyu; Black Cod glazed in Japanese Plum & Chard Bed or Japanese Risotto with Truffle Paste.

Moving on to the sweetest part of the evening, guests can finish off with a taste of decadent choices of Matcha Volcano paired with Coconut Ice Cream; Cacao with Milk Chocolate Mousse, Venezuelan Chocolate, Passionfruit Gel, Chocolate Cake or Yuzu & Yuzu Pie served with Pistachio Brittle.
Book here: Salvaje Dubai

 The quintessential Iftar event returns to Atlantis, The Palm’s renowned Asateer Tent, this year welcoming a whopping 1,400 guests each night. In addition to the elegant yet modern look and feel of the ambience and décor, diners can enjoy a fusion buffet featuring various theme nights, including international, Arabesque, Khaleeji, Persian, and Turkish cuisine. There is a variety of seating arrangements, including a Royal Majlis, four VIP Majlis areas, as well as booth seating and 120 dining tables.

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