9 Dubai Spots That Will Take Your Iftar Game to the Next Level

With so many options, the choice of iftars can seem a little bit intense. Which is why we’ve scoured Dubai for our favorite options for breaking your fast, so you don’t have to.

 

 

Zayna, The Ramadan Tent

 

Zayna, The Ramadan Tent

 

Evenings come alive at Zayna, a sanctuary of tasteful opulence where the best of Iftar is presented over a flavorful buffet in a unique setting enlivened by live instrumental melodies.

 

Price: AED 220 per person
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall

 

 

Constellation Ballroom

 

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Enjoy a truly meaningful Ramadan at the magnificent Constellation Ballroom as it hosts a truly authentic Arabesque Iftar experience. International and Arabic live stations, Arabic design and flair as well as an oud player make the experience unforgettable.

 

Price: AED 210 per person
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Address Hotel, Dubai Marina

 

 

Ewaan

 

Ewaan

 

A sanctuary of serenity, it’s where a generous Arabic buffet is served over Iftar, while live Oud harmonies fill the air with a sense of enchantment. Enjoy a tantalizing Iftar buffet that is true to tradition as you take delight in the most picturesque setting overlooking the Burj Lake in the Ramadan Tent at Ewaan, which now extends into The Palace Gardens.

 

Price: AED 240 per person, inclusive of Iftar buffet, Ramadan juices and water | Children: under 6 dine with compliments, between 6 and 11 years, a charge of 50% applies, while the regular price applies for children over 12
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Palace Gardens, Downtown Dubai
Terms: Free valet parking

 

 

Na3Na3

 

Na3Na3

 

Authentic yet inventive, Na3Na3 explores regional flavours from across the Middle East, and presents them over an indulgent Iftar buffet with fascinating and familiar culinary nuances.

 

Price: AED 220 per person, AED 110 per child of 6 to 11 years
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall

 

 

Karat

 

Karat

 

Karat, the Arabesque lobby lounge, celebrates the essence of sharing with family-style presentations over Iftar, a fitting expression of oneness and fellowship.

 

Price: AED 145 per person
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall

 

 

3in1

 

3in1

 

With a delightfully different approach to Iftar, 3in1 presents a flavor-infused buffet coupled with a sumptuous main course served at your table, while mellow Oriental music plays in the background.

 

Price: AED 160 per person and 50% off hubbly bubbly, à la carte from 10 pm onwards
Call: +971 4 428 6888
Address: Vida Downtown Dubai, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, The Old Town, Downtown Dubai

 

 

Boulevard Kitchen

 

Boulevard Kitchen

 

Tasteful live entertainment and a fragrant palette of hubbly bubbly flavors add a novel dimension to the Iftar buffet, while indoor and outdoor seating provide choices to match your mood.

 

Price: AED 170 per person
Call: +971 4 428 5888
Address: Manzil Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Dubai

 

 

Manzil Tent

 

Manzil Tent

 

Offering the best of Arabesque cuisine and entertainment, Manzil Downtown Dubai and Fümé Downtown collaborate to bring Manzil Tent to the boulevard.

 

Price: AED 170 per person for adults (inclusive of beverages on set menu) | AED 85 for Children
Call: +971 4 888 3444 or +971 4 428 5928
Address: Manzil Hotel, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Dubai

 

 

Palermo

 

Palermo-Iftar

 

Beautiful polo fields and lush emerald hues provide a perfectly tranquil backdrop to the Iftar family buffet, as Arabian tunes set the mood for an experience defined by tradition and grace. Enjoy a delightful spread of classic favorites over Iftar at Palermo, as you immerse yourself in the spirit of Ramadan.

 

Price: AED 190 per person
Call: +971 4 361 8111
Address: DUBAI POLO & EQUESTRIAN CLUB, Al Qudra Road, Dubai Studio City, Dubai

 

 

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