Ramadan feasts for budget, mid-range and high-end tastes
Time Out Dubai staff
Budget – under Dhs100 32 Marina Street Kitchen Embracing celebrity chef and healthy eating expert Daniel Green’s ‘Eat Well, Feel Well’ campaign, the restaurant will be offering Arabian hospitality with a twist, serving healthier versions of traditional dishes such as lamb ouzi, baked fatayers, sambousek, shish taouk and umm ali. Dhs95 per person. Open sunset-9.30pm. Dusit Residence, Dubai Marina, http://dusitresidencedubaimarina.dusit.com (04 425 9999).
Balance Café Three-course, four-course and six-course meals of healthy gourmet food. Dhs49-Dhs69 per person. From 6.30pm. Third floor, Oasis Centre, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 384 7010).
Chef’s House Serves a buffet of classical Arabic and oriental dishes, with live cooking and daily flavoured ouzi at sundown. Dhs99 per person or Dhs119 including fresh juices, coffee and tea. From sunset. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Media City (04 366 9111).
Chutneys A selection of traditional North Indian dishes, such as murgh angaar kebab, gosht korma awadhi and murgh makhni. Dhs99 per person including selected beverages. Sunset-10.30pm. Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai, Bur Dubai (04 310 4320).
Citymax An eclectic range of dishes at a competitive price. Dhs59. From sunset. Al Barsha (04 409 8000). Other location: Bur Dubai (4 407 8000).
Epicure Catering A special iftar service, delivering affordable Ramadan meal boxes to your doorstep. From Dhs65 per person; Dhs115 for buffet (minimum 15 people). www.epicurecatering.ae (04 347 3703).
India Palace Offers an iftar buffet spread. From Dhs50 per person; iftar combo from Dhs45 per person. From sunset. Ibn Battuta Mall, The Gardens (04 368 5569). Other locations: The Dubai Mall, JBR, Dubai Festival City.
Jigsaw Traditional dishes including lamb or camel ouzi, fresh dates, dried apricots and batata mahroseh. Dhs95 per person. Sunset-9pm. Mövenpick Hotel Deira (04 444 0111).
Jones the Grocer Offers a weekly changing iftar menu of gourmet, date-inspired dishes. Dhs75 (main course). 10am-iftar (takeaway), sunset-midnight (business as usual). Al Manara (04 346 6886).
Laylati Café An à la carte menu, including cold and hot mezze, manakish saj and flavours of shisha in the specially themed Ramadan marquee. Dhs30 per person Sun-Wed; Dhs40 Thu-Sat; shisha Dhs60. 9pm-3am. Grand Hyatt Dubai, Oud Metha (04 317 2222).
Lobby Lounge This Ramadan, enjoy a buffet selection of Arabic sweets, dates and chocolates accompanied with a choice of soft drinks. Alternatively, select a delicious dish from the a la carte menu to break your fast. Dhs65 per person. Open sunset-10pm. Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 405 2703).
Mango Tree Offers Ramadan sharing platters with meat and fish dishes. Dhs49-Dhs399. Sunset-midnight. Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai (04 426 1000).
Peppermill The restaurant offers a buffet of traditional Indian dishes. Dhs69 (food only). 6pm-9pm. Lulu Hypermarket, Barsha (04 354 9166).
Ping Pong Enjoy a trio of seasonal menus that can be pre-ordered and served as soon as you are seated, including vegetarian options. Dhs97 (three dishes); Dhs210 (nine dishes); Dhs360 (15 dishes). Sunset-midnight. Lower ground floor, The Dubai Mall (04 339 9088).
The Eatery Traditional Ramadan cuisine such as ouzi, shawarma and hot and cold mezzes. Dhs95 per person. From sunset. Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Dubai, Bur Dubai (04 316 9847).
The Junction Break your fast with a traditional Ramadan buffet and be entered into a weekly prize draw. From Dhs95 per person. Sunset-11.30pm. Traders Hotel, Deira (04 214 7272).
Zafran This Indian restaurant is serving a special iftar buffet. Dhs99 per person. Sunset-8pm. Mirdif City Centre, Mirdif(04 284 0987).
Mid-range – Dhs100-Dhs175 Al Bader Spend your Ramadan evenings in a themed ballroom with family, friends or colleagues enjoying a traditional iftar buffet and soft beverages. Dhs155 per person. Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 405 2703).
Al Dawaar An iftar buffet at Dubai’s only revolving restaurant. Dhs160. Dhs80 children aged six-twelve. Sunset to 8:30pm. Hyatt Regency Dubai (04 317 2222).
Al Dhiyafa Choose from a wide assortment of traditional Arabian delicacies, a fine selection of sweets and Arabic coffees or relax with shisha in the Al Naai Chill Out Ramadan Tent. Dhs149 per person. Sunset-8pm. The Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina. Hgrs.firstname.lastname@example.org (04 399 5000).
Al Khaimah Tent The air-conditioned tent will offer an array of hot and cold mezzes such as vine leaves, sambousek, salads, kebbeh and famous dishes from Turkey for snacking throughout the night as well as Arabic juices and sweet delicacies, including a baklava platter, traditional style umm ali and freshly sliced fruits. Flavoured shisha will also be available to enjoy inside the tent. Suhoor a la carte. From 9pm-4am. Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach, Dubai Marina (04 448 4870).
Al Nafoorah Offer a family-style iftar. From Dhs170 per person. Sunset-9pm. Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, www.jumeirah.com (04 453 0000).
Almaz by Momo North African dishes from the à la carte menu and a choice of shisha flavours. Dhs170 per person; shisha for an extra Dhs40. Sunset-8.30pm; à la carte menu 9pm-1.45am. Harvey Nichols, Mall of the Emirates (04 409 8877).
Anise Traditional Arabic fare. Dhs170 per person, including Ramadan juices. Sunset-9.30pm. InterContinental Dubai Festival City, Festival City (04 701 1127).
AOC French Brasserie Traditional Arabic specialities, with mezze fattoush, mixed grill platters, lamb ouzi, and Arabic sweets. Dhs160 per person. Sunset-10.30pm. Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach, Dubai Marina (04 448 4870).
Blades Break fast with views of the lush greens of the Al Badia Golf Club and the Dubai skyline. Dhs150 per person. Sunset-9.30pm. Al Badia Golf Club, Dubai Festival City (04 701 1127).
Brio Traditional Iftar buffet complete with Arabic mezze platters, fresh juices and dates, along with fish carvery and succulent Ouzi. Alternative international buffets are also available. Dhs120. TIME Grand Plaza Hotel, Al Qusais (04 233 4444)
Boulvar Features hot and cold mezze and a choice of main courses. Dhs115 per person. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Creek, Deira (04 222 7171).
Cavendish Feast on Arabic delicacies such as hot and cold mezzeh, salads, juicy meat and vegetable grills followed by traditional sweets, then relax to the sounds of a traditional Oud player. Dhs159 per person. Bonnington Jumeirah Lakes Towers (04 3560500).
Celsius Enjoy a selection of coffee, dates and soups, followed by traditional cuisine from live cooking stations. Iftar Dhs130 (adult); half price for children under 12; free for children under six. Sunset-7.30pm (iftar), 9pm-late (suhoor). Radisson Royal Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai (04 308 0550).
Choices An extensive buffet of Middle Eastern cuisine. Dhs159 including Ramadan beverages; Dhs150 for companies and organisations (minimum 50 people). Al Bustan Rotana, Garhoud (04 705 4285).
Conservatory Restaurant Offers dishes such as hummus, lamb kabsah, roast chicken and katayef. Dhs160 per person. Sunset-11.30pm. Al Manzil Hotel, Emaar Boulevard, Downtown Dubai(04 428 5888).
Diamond Ballroom This iftar offers tailored menus for corporate bookings, with food prepared at live cooking stations. Dhs160 per person (minimum 100 guests). From sunset. The Address Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 438 8040).
Dubai World Trade Centre An iftar buffet of traditional Arabian cuisine and à la carte suhoor, with tea and shisha, both held in the majlis. From Dhs135 per person (including soft drinks). Sunset-8pm. Sheikh Zayed Road (04 332 1000).
Farriers Break your fast in the main dining area, before relaxing in the dedicated shisha tent. Dhs150 per person (adult); half price for children aged 11 to 15; 25 percent discount for children under 11; free for children under five. Sunset-9pm. The Meydan Hotel, Al Meydan Road, Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3111).
Flavours on Two Enjoy iftar with friends, family or colleagues. Dhs135 per person including beverages. Sunset-8.30pm. Towers Rotana Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 312 2201).
Fountain Dishing up an array of traditional Ramadan dishes, international cuisine and live cooking stations. Dhs120 per person including coffee, tea and Ramadan juices. Sunset-10.30pm. Mövenpick Hotel & Apartments Bur Dubai (04 310 4320).
Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa Choose from traditional Arabian cuisines and juices at Al Dhiyafa. A suhoor set menu is also served, or head to the Al Naai Chill Out Ramadan Tent. Iftar Dhs149 (adults), Dhs80 (children); suhoor Dhs135 per person (minimum two). Sunset-8pm (iftar); 8pm-5am (suhoor). The Habtoor Grand Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina (04 399 5000).
Horizon An international buffet of traditional and modern Arabic delicacies, with an oud performance. Dhs135 per person. Amwaj Rotana, Dubai Marina(04 428 3087).
JW Marriott Hotel Dubai A daily changing menu, with live cooking stations. Dhs150 per person. Sunset-11.30pm. Deira (04 607 7977).
Khan Murjan An iftar buffet with specialities from the region. Dhs135 (food only). Dhs95 children aged four to 12. 7pm-8.30pm. Wafi, Oud Metha (04 324 4555).
KIZA Restaurant and Lounge This special set menu showcases the rich culinary heritage of Africa with a harmonious blend of Arabic cuisine. Dhs150 per person, special rates for group bookings of more than ten (iftar); à la carte menu (suhoor). Sunset-9pm (iftar). The Lodge, Oud Metha (04 334 4159).
Lalezar Offers an Ottoman-style iftar. From Dhs170 per person. Sunset-9pm. Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, www.jumeirah.com (04 453 0000).
Mahec Indian specialities such as kebabs, curries and biryanis. Dhs139 per person. Sunset-8pm. Le Méridien Dubai, Airport Road, Garhoud (04 702 2615).
Marrakech Sample traditional Moroccan and Middle Eastern specialities and beverages. Dhs165 per person. Sunset-10pm. Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 405 2703).
Mizaan Mizaan, The H Dubai’s all-day dining outlet, is serving classic and contemporary Arabic dishes, sweets and beverages from 7pm. There will also be traditional Arabic entertainment when the fast is broken. Dhs160. Sheikh Zayed Road, The H Dubai (04 501 8888)
Mövenpick Hotel Ibn Battuta Gate Sample Arabian food in the hotel’s Moroccan-style indoor courtyard. Dhs150 per person; Dhs125 per person for group bookings of 40 or more; Dhs75 for children aged seven to 16. 6.30pm-8.30pm. The Gardens (04 444 5613).
Na3Na3 An open kitchen, with live cooking stations, and oud performances. Dhs170 per person. Sunset-10.30pm. The Address Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).
Oceana Offers plenty of diverting activities: try traditional henna or drink a ‘camelccino’ (a camel-milk cappuccino). Dhs145; Dhs75 for children under 12. Sunset-8.30pm. Hilton Dubai Jumeirah (04 318 2540).
Pergolas Tuck into traditional buffet of Middle Eastern cuisine and Arabic sweets, with live cooking stations and unlimited Ramadan drinks. Get a 10 per cent discount for a booking of 10 people or more. Dhs159. Sunset–11.30pm. Al Murooj Rotana Dubai (04 321 1111).
Petals Traditional Iftar buffet complete with Arabic mezze platters, fresh juices and dates, along with fish carvery and succulent Ouzi. Alternative international buffets are also available. Dhs130. TIME Oak Hotel, Barsha (04 437 7888)
QD’s Enjoy iftar in an air-conditioned tent, with a range of hot and cold Arabic mezze. Dhs120 per person including soft drinks; Dhs60 for children aged six to 12. Sunset-9pm (iftar); 7pm-1am (suhoor). Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira(04 295 6000).
Shabestan Serves s selection of Persian and Arabic dishes. Dhs139 per person. Radisson Blu Hotel, Dubai Creek, Deira(04 222 7171).
Sanabel A buffet with live cooking stations featuring mixed grills, tandoor, hot mezze and Arabic desserts. Dhs120 per person. Pullman Dubai Mall of the Emirates, Al Barsha (04 377 2353).
Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding Share the experience of traditional food and cultural practices with Emirati hosts. Dhs135 per person; free for children under 12. From 15 minutes before sunset. Bastakiya, Bur Dubai (04 353 6666).
Spice Island A selection of oriental flavours, with seven hot dishes served daily. Dhs119 per person. Sunset-8.30pm. Crowne Plaza Dubai Hotel, Deira (04 262 5555).
Taj Palace Hotel Dubai Features specialities from across the region, including the UAE. From Dhs119 per person, including soft drinks. 7pm-10pm. Deira (04 223 2222).
Tee Lounge Enjoy an iftar buffet overlooking the lush greens of the Al Badia Golf Club and the Dubai skyline. Dhs150 per person. Sunset-9.30pm. Al Badia Golf Club, Dubai Festival City (04 701 1127).
The Ritz-Carlton Dubai Head to the Lobby Lounge for Bedouin tent seating and an extensive buffet. Dhs195 per person; Dhs100 for children aged five to 12). Sunset-9pm. The Ritz-Carlton Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 318 6150).
The Address Dubai Marina Offers an iftar buffet in the Constellation Ballroom or an à la carte suhoor menu and backgammon in the terrace tent. Dhs140 per person. Sunset onwards. Dubai Marina (04 436 7777).
The Eatery Includes shawarmas and mezze. Dhs110 per person. Four Points by Sheraton, Sheikh Zayed Road(04 316 9847).
The Meydan Ballroom Aimed at private groups, such as staff parties or team building. Dhs150 per person. Iftar sunset-8.30pm; suhoor 9pm onwards. The Meydan Hotel, Nad Al Sheba (04 381 3111).
THE One Deli A daily changing menu of Arabic and international dishes. Dhs108 per person; Dhs54 for children under 12. Sunset-8.30pm. Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1 (04 395 5889).
The Talk Restaurant & Lounge Traditional cuisine, oud performances, shisha and poolside lounging. Dhs129 per person; Dhs110 per person (for groups of ten or more). Sunset onwards. Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach, Dubai Marina (04 449 8888).
Yalumba Serves Arabic specialities. Dhs159 per person. Sunset-8.30pm. Le Méridien Dubai, Airport Road, Garhoud (04 702 2455).
Zahr El-Laymoun Offers an iftar set menu. Dhs125 per person. Sunset-9pm. Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai (04 448 6060).
Al Iwan An authentic selection of Arabian delicacies, as well as performances. Dhs290. 6pm-7.45pm. Burj Al Arab, Jumeirah (04 301 7600).
Al Khaima Tent Set within landscaped gardens, with oud and tabla performances, plus board games. Dhs123 per person (hot and cold mezze); Dhs250 (set menu of mezze, mixed grills and more). 8pm-2am. Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa (04 316 5550).
Al Sarab Rooftop Lounge Enjoy an à la carte suhoor overlooking the desert, with shisha and oud performance. Dhs125 (food only). 10pm-1am. Bab Al Shams Desert Resort & Spa, Dubailand (04 809 6194).
Atlantis The Palm The Asateer tent offers a traditional iftar with six buffet menus. Dhs175 per person (iftar); from Dhs165 per person (suhoor set menu – minimum 20 people). 6.30pm-8pm (iftar); 9.30pm-2.30am (suhoor). Palm Jumeirah (04 426 0000).
Azur Traditional Arabian cuisine, overlooking the Raffles Botanical Garden. Dhs185 per person. Sunset-9pm. Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (04 324 9888).
Blue Orange Iftar buffet with tabla and oud performances. Dhs180 per person (adults); Dhs100 for children under 12. Sunset-9pm. Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort, Jumeirah (04 511 7136).
Brasserie A themed iftar buffet. Dhs220 per person. Sunset-8.30pm. Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina (04 316 5550).
A traditional buffet and performances in the Ramadan tent. A charity donation is included in the price.
Dhs195 per person. Kempinski Hotel & Residences Palm Jumeirah (04 444 2501).
Café Arabesque Offers spectacular views of Dubai Creek, plus local dishes. Dhs180 per person. Sunset-10pm. Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira (04 317 2222).
Desert Palm Offers four different iftar menus, with performances on Thursday. Dhs225 per person (Thu); Dhs180 per person (Fri-Wed). International City (04 323 8888).
Dunes Café Sample traditional grilled dishes from the buffet while enjoying an oud performance. Dhs180 per person. Sunset-10pm. Shangri-La Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 405 2703).
Ewaan Serving a blend of oriental cuisine for iftar and suhoor. Dhs195 per person including soft drinks. Sunset-9pm (iftar). Suhoor: 10pm-2am (3am weekends). The Palace, The Old Town, Downtown Dubai (04 428 7806).
Fazaris Offers a blend of Asian, Arabian and Mediterranean cuisine, plus an Arabic duo performing traditional tunes. Dhs180 per person. The Address, Downtown Dubai (04 436 8799).
Grand Hyatt Dubai The iftar buffet is served in the hotel’s Al Ameera Ballroom with traditional kunafeh and Arabic drinks. Dhs175 per person including soft drinks (adults); half price for children aged six to 12; free for children under six. Sunset-9pm. Oud Metha (04 317 2222).
Hakkasan Offers a lavish three-course menu set menu featuring dishes such as Chilean sea bass shumai, grilled black cod and braised wagyu beef with Szechuan pepper. Dhs188 per person. Sunset-2am. Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 384 8484).
Imperium Imperium will host an iftar buffet. From Dhs195 per person. Sunset-9pm (8.30pm Imperium). Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, www.jumeirah.com (04 453 0000).
Jumeirah Beach Hotel Diwan Al Khayal iftar tent has prayer rooms and accommodates up to 500 guests, with private majlis areas for up to 100 guests. Iftar is Dhs180 per person for individual and groups. Suhour is Dhs100 minimum spend for individual bookings, Set menus start at Dhs165 for 30–49 guests, Dhs180 for 50 pax and above. Sunset-8.15pm (iftar). 9.30pm-3am (à la carte suhoor). Jumeirah (04 406 8999).
Jumeirah Emirates Towers Choose between the iftar buffet at Al Nafoorah restaurant, or in the hotel’s lobby. Dhs180 per person including soft drinks. Sunset-9pm. Sheikh Zayed Road (04 330 0000).
Jumeirah Zabeel Saray The Mehteran Theatre and Show Centre will be transformed into a majlis-style setting. Guests can delight in an a la carte suhoor, while groups of 100 or more can enjoy a superb selection of delicacies for iftar. Dhs185 per person for iftar (groups of 100 to 294), or from Dhs95 per person for suhoor. Palm Jumeirah, www.jumeirah.com (04 453 0000).
Kaleidoscope Enjoy Indian, Arabic and Mediterranean dishes. Dhs190 per person, including soft drinks. Sunset-8.30pm. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 0000).
Levantine A set iftar menu, plus performances from an oud player and Nassif Attala for suhoor. Dhs175 per person, including soft drinks (iftar); Dhs100 minimum spend for à la carte menu or Dhs175 for a set menu including soft drinks (suhoor). Sunset-8pm (iftar); 9pm-1am (suhoor). Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 0000).
Madinat Jumeirah The hotel hosts several iftars over Ramadan – at venues Al Majlis, Al Muna and Arboretum, plus the Khaymat Al Bahar marquees. Al Majlis for Iftar is Dhs195 per person for individual and groups. Suhour is Dhs95 minimum spend for individual bookings. Sunset-8pm (iftar); 9pm-2am (suhoor). Jumeirah (04 366 8888).
Armani/Mediterraneo High-end cuisine and views of The Dubai Fountain. From Dhs235 per person. Sunset-9pm. Armani Hotel Dubai, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).
Palm Garden The Ramadan tent on the beach is designed to replicate a desert setting. Enjoy Arabic coffee in the Bedouin tent or board games and shisha in the majlis. Dhs185 per person including soft drinks; Dhs150 per person for groups of more than 10 people. Sunset-3am. Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort & Towers, Dubai Marina (04 399 5533).
Royale Ballroom Hosts a selection of corporate events. Dhs180 per person (minimum 30 guests). Sunset-9pm. The Palace, Downtown Dubai (04 428 7938).
One&Only Royal Mirage Traditional iftar buffets will be served daily at Tagine restaurant at The Palace and The Rotisserie restaurant at Arabian Court, offering a variety of Arabic dishes.The Palace ‘Courtyard’ and the ‘Peregrine Garden’ at Arabian Court will also serve oriental specialties, coffee and tea. From Dhs175 per person (iftar); Dhs45 cover charge (suhoor). 7.10pm-8.30pm (iftar); 8pm-2.30am (suhoor). Jumeirah, royalmirage.oneandonlyresorts.com, email@example.com (04 399 9999).
Ossigeno An Italian twist on local dishes, such as duck kibbeh filled with foie gras and thyme with a spelt and shallot dressing. Dhs250 per person. 7pm-midnight. Le Royal Méridien Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina (04 316 5550)
Ottomans The Turkish restaurant offers shisha and views of Dubai Marina. From Dhs190. 7pm-1am. Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 317 6000).
Rixos the Palm A Turkish iftar with a Semazen performance of whirling dervishes. Dhs250. From sunset. East Crescent, Palm Jumeirah (04 457 5454).
Rhodes in Residence Offers a tailor-made à la carte menu. From Dhs150. 7pm-1am, Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 317 6000).
Royal Island Beach Club Guests are picked up by boat from the Palm Jumeirah and taken to the World Islands. Dhs275 (iftar buffet and transfer). 7pm-8.30pm (pick-up at 6pm). Lebanon Island, The World (04 225 2923).
Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort Enjoy iftar and suhoor with plenty of supervised children’s activities, including camel rides on the beach. Dhs185 per person (20 percent off for SPG members); suhoor à la carte. Sunset-3am. Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort, Dubai Marina (04 399 5533).
The Ritz-Carlton DIFC Traditional Arabian fare, performances and shisha. Dhs175 per person (iftar); suhoor à la carte. 6.30pm-8.30pm (iftar); 8.30pm-3am (suhoor). Dubai International Financial Centre (04 372 2323).
Sloane’s Serving Ramadan delicacies in a comfortable atmosphere. Dhs235 per person. Sunset-8.30pm. Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 317 6000).
The Farm Iftar and suhoor in the green surroundings of the Al Barari community. Dhs200. Sunset-9pm, suhoor until 2am. The Farm, Al Barari (04 392 5660).
Traiteur The buffet features a range of Western, Indian and Middle Eastern food. Dhs180 per person including soft drinks. Sunset-10pm. Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira (04 317 2222).
Zest At One&Only The Palm, iftar is served in Zest restaurant. From Dhs210 per person (including tea, coffee and juices). From sunset. One&Only The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 440 1010).
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jumboa Aug 03, 2012 05:01 pm
each yr u give us the same list of expensive to highly expensive iftar offers. rather than giving ideas it seems u only interested to advertise the 5 star segment. never ever do we see the genuinely good budget iftar offers
Sal Aug 01, 2012 02:40 pm
I second what RM has to say. They really need to understand what the average middle-class is ready to pay for a meal before calling AED150 per head as "mid-range"
RM Jul 28, 2012 01:41 pm
I'm afraid this looks like you just called the 5 stars and asked them to send you a list with their Ramadan offerings. A good deal would include iftars that are affordable too. 99% of the list is expensive. What abt the avg resident?... Shud have called BBQ Delights in our metha and u would know that they are packed everyday...with 60 aed Iftar? Or if you called RnB kababs, you wud know that they have a lavish spread for 55. find some great value deals and then we will know that you actually did some research... Good luck ..next time. RM
AK Jul 12, 2012 10:32 am
I have seen Iftar offer in Deira area from Grand central Hotel, only 59 Dhs with more than 33 varieties of buffet including Iftar beverages. It seems to be a family Iftar and they offer discount for group bookings. They have free parking and they are located next to Rigga metro station. Call them on 04 2999977. Ramadan Kareem!