Indulge in the cultural extravaganza, here is a list of 6 must-try Iftar Buffets in Dubai:
During the holy month of Ramadan, fasting day ends with Iftar. Ramadan Iftar and Suhoors are trending and gaining more popularity over the years. Dubai residents are now looking for opportunities to enjoy the sumptuous variety of cuisines in popular destinations even if they are not fasting. Its an opportunity for people to try a grand buffet at their favorite 5-star hotel. Team Hozpitality has created a list of 6 must-try Iftar Buffets this Ramadan.
Majestic Queen Elizabeth-2
This will be the first floating Iftar in Dubai, QE-2 is all set to hold Iftaar and Suhoor at her historic decks this Ramadan. The iftar buffet opens from sunset until 9 pm and is priced at AED 250 per person / AED 125 for children below 12 / complimentary for children below 4 inclusive of buffet, soft drinks, and water.
The suhoor buffet is open from 9 pm until 1 is and costs AED 175 per person / AED 85 for children below 12 / complimentary for children below 4 inclusive of buffet, soft drinks and water.
A large spread of Arabic desserts stole the show. It was the chefs idea to showcase Arabic themed desserts and savories. The first picture will show you Dubai dessert with customized palm trees and sand(made out of patisserie). The other one showcases chocolate coins impersonating gold coins (asharfis). The entire buffet is available at AED 150 per person, kids pay 50% only.
The Palace Downtown
The Palace Downtown hotel comes under Emaar Hospitality and located in the Burj Khalifa district. Ramadan Iftar at The Palace gives you a chance to try Arabic and continental buffet at the price of 150 AED per person. A perfect place to hang out with friends this Ramadan.
Ghaya Grand IMPZ
The Red Diamond Restaurant was beautified with Ramadan decorations. The grand buffet at Ghaya Grand had miscellaneous sumptuous culinary treats and desserts. A great venue for hosting your friends and family this Ramadan.
You can get this entire menu for 115 AED per person and 55 AED per child. Children under the age of 6 dine for free.
Early Bird: Enjoy a 20% discount on bookings made before, 10th May 2018
Arabian Courtyard Hotel, Burj Dubai
Arabian Courtyard is located at the heart of Old Souk Dubai which holds rich Arabic heritage and culture. There are many mosques in the area, it could be a good idea to attend evening prayer at one of the mosques nearby and then breaking fast with the large buffet at this hotel.
Pharaoh CafeRestaurant: AED89 per person
Barjeel Al Arab: AED 115 per person and AED 45 per child
Book a week prior to the date of dining to avail 15% reduction. Special rate for group applied.
M Hotel Downtown
M Hotel Downtown is serving exotic global cuisines at their Lemon Pepper restaurant, this is a basic showcase of their Ramadan Iftar launch. There will be live cooking stations to enhance the experience.
This Holy Month of Ramadan, relish on a grand Iftar buffet inspired by a rich spread of authentic Arabic culinary flare perfectly blended with International delicacies!
Break your fast in the true spirit of Ramadan with fresh dates, homemade Iftar drinks, alongside a traditional spread of dishes including lamb ouzi, hot and cold mezzes, and a wide variety of desserts.
AED 120 per person inclusive of Iftar juices
Special Group Price of AED 90 per person with a minimum of 15 persons booked
Early Bird Offer 25% discount valid until 25th of May 2018