Invited to an iftar at someone’s home? It’s polite to take a small gift with you. These five are the perfect way to show your appreciation
Time Out Dubai staff
Arabic Coffee Cups Decorated in beautiful gold calligraphy, these are a great gift that can be used for breaking the fast. Dhs39 per cup. Virgin Megastore, Various locations including Mall of the Emirates (04 341 3553).
Smalls Kunafeh Cheesecake SugarMoo’s bestselling mini kunafeh cheesecakes are amply sized for an individual. Take one of these sweet treats for each of your guests. Dhs30 each. Available from May 25 to June 30. www.sugarmoo.com (800 78427).
Middle Eastern sweets Luxury couture house Rami Al Ali has partnered with Vivel Patisserie to offer a limited-edition, beautifully designed gift box filled with delectable Middle Eastern pastries and treats. Call for prices. Various locations including The Dubai Mall (04 325 3163).
Ramadan gift basket Jolie Café offers a range of gift baskets containing pretty floral arrangements, dates, a freshly baked date and walnut cake and a Ramadan rose spritzer juice. From Dhs95. Jolie Café, City Walk, Al Safa Street (050 170 5657).
Flower box Calligraphy artist eL Seed has designed a limited-edition flower box for Maison Des Fleurs especially for Ramadan. His stunning Arabic lettering translates to “Happiness comes to those who believe in it”. Plus, 50 percent of funds raised from sales will be donated to Al Jalila Foundation to treat children with life-threatening illnesses. From Dhs749. Maison Des Fleurs, various locations including d3, Ras Al Khor Road (055 223 6866).