Head for Zuma's dry brunch and try iftar at Asateer
Time Out Dubai staff
Zuma dry brunch: Dishes such as robata and sushi, alongside non-alcoholic beverages, cleansers and boosters, will be served every Friday during Ramadan. Dhs315. 12.30pm-4pm. DIFC, (04 425 5660).Iftar at Asateer: Asateer will offer a traditional iftar buffet to ‘awaken the senses’. Suhoor will be served nightly from 9pm with a wide à la carte menu. Dhs165 (for iftar and suhoor), Dhs80 for kids aged three to 12. Free for kids under three. Sunset-8pm (iftar); 8pm ’til late (suhoor). Atlantis, The Palm (04 426 2626).Lanka Challenge: Today is the deadline to register for this unique trip, which takes participants into the heart of Sri Lanka, where they will drive a tuk-tuk over terrain that is as challenging as it is beautiful. Dhs14,325 for two, Dhs19,467 for a team of three (money raised goes to charity). August 18-30. www.lankachallenge.com.
A cheap night at a beach resort: Stay at Le Méridien Mina Seyahi this month for just Dhs222 per person on a twin-sharing basis. We’ll be lounging by the beach today and then heading to Barasti in the evening. Perfect. Valid until August 27. Le Méridien Mina Seyahi, Al Sufouh Road (04 399 3333).
Double Decker Friday deal: Every Friday during August, enjoy an international buffet and unlimited selected beverages at this popular Brit-themed pub. Dhs159. 7.30pm- 10.30pm. Al Murooj Rotana (04 321 1111).