Asateer Atlantis The Palm launches its usual Ramadan tent, Asateer, where guests can enjoy views of the Arabian Gulf, traditional games and also entertainment from a live oud player. Dhs185 per person. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 2626).
Al Muna The Mina A’ Salam’s all day dining venue will offer an iftar buffet, serving classic food from the region. There is also a terrace for guests to enjoy. Dhs190 per person. Mina A’ Salam, Madinat Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim (04 366 6730).
Kitchen 6 The new hotel’s casual international eatery serves an iftar buffet from six live cooking stations. Dhs165 per person. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay (04 414 3000).
Lafayette Gourmet Diners can delve into a buffet from eight kitchens, including a dessert and pastry display with a dedicated sugar free section. Dhs145 per person. Dhs65 for children aged six to 11. Free for children aged six and under. Galeries Lafayette, The Dubai Mall (04 339 9933). Le Gourmet Café The multi-tiered seafood restaurant and café offers an iftar buffet, which aims to be a family friendly affair. The food selection is set to include dates, nuts, salads, pickles, cold mezzeh, soups and Arabic-style mixed grills, plus desserts. Dhs65 per person. Free for children under ten. Jumeirah Beach Road, next to Lime Tree Cafe (04 344 4220).
Leila Try a set menu of classic Lebanese cooking, such as a dessert of ghazal Beirut. Suhour, shisha and board games will also be available at the branch on Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard. Dhs120 per person. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (04 448 3384). Other location: Mirdif City Centre (04 251 5161).
Madeleine Café & Boulangerie The café will serve iftar, with a selection of French dishes from its usual à la carte menu, a live soup station and daily chef’s specials of Middle Eastern fare prepared with a French twist. Prices vary (à la carte). The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).
Max’s Restaurant The Filipino restaurant offers a family-sized set menu, designed for four people, including iftar drinks, bulalo soup, lumpiang, rice and a whole fried chicken. Dhs149 (for four people). Trade Centre Road, Bur Dubai (04 325 7797). MusicHall Suhour After iftar, try this new suhour concept, with musical entertainment from around the region, an à la carte menu of Arabic mezze and main courses. Dhs95 minimum spend per person (excluding shisha). Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah (056 270 8670).
Pantry Café The three-course set menu includes a soup of the day, starter platters and main course, in addition to soft drinks such as lemonade and cumin and mint laban. Dhs95 per person. Al Wasl Square, Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah (04 388 3868).
SCAFA This really is an iftar with a difference, since it starts with a cooking class, timed so that participants are ready to sit down in the cooking school’s café, SCAFÉ, to break their fast once the food is prepared. From Dhs200 per person. SCAFA, JLT, Cluster I (04 379 4044). Signature by Sanjeev Kapoor The buffet of Indian cooking includes dishes such as lamb gilafi seekhpa, naili rogan josh, lalla mussa dal, kurkure subz kebab and premium dates. Dhs149 per person. Melia Hotel, Kuwait Street, Bur Dubai (04 368 8111).
Constellation Ballroom For the classic Dubai Ramadan experience, enjoy a generous iftar buffet in the ballroom and a suhour menu (including backgammon) in the terrace tent. Dhs155 per person. The Address Dubai Marina (04 436 7777).
The Market Place The restaurant will offer traditional Arabic dishes from live cooking stations, as well as desserts and Ramadan juices. Dhs165 per person. Dhs60 for children aged six to 12. JW Marriott Hotel Dubai, Abu Baker Al Siddique Rd, Deira (04 607 7977).
Urban Bistro The cafe offers a healthy eating à la carte selection of four courses, with local dishes such as lamb shank moghrabieh and umm Ali included on the menu. Dhs99. CNN Building 2, Dubai Media City, (04 362 4330).