Treat yourself at some of the best restaurants in Dubai
Em Sherif Iftar is a set menu starting with dates and adas soup (lentil soup), followed by Lebanese cold mezze and hot mezze courses, mixed grills, a main course that varies on a daily basis, traditional desserts and drinks including jallab and qamar el dine. A complete suhoor menu will also be served, including ful medames and moutabal along with mixed grills and desserts. Traditional drinks including jallab, tamr hindi and amar el dine. There will be traditional Ramadan entertainment during suhoor, including live tarab music. Iftar: Dhs320. Suhoor: Dhs360. Iftar: Sunset-9pm. Suhoor: 11pm-3am. The Address Downtown Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown (04 424 3000).
Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar Eleven dishes celebrating the heritage of Indian cuisine with a modern twist. Dhs325 per person. Sunset-8pm. JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Business Bay (04 414 0000).
Al Falak Ballroom & Al Iwan Al Iwan is located amid the hotel’s atrium, which is the tallest in the world. The iftar buffet at Al Falak Ballroom will include Ramadan juices, mezze, a wide selection of main courses plus traditional Arabic desserts and cheeses. At Al Iwan, guests will be offered dates on arrival, with cold mezze, labneh and still water on each table. Moroccan tea and Arabic sweets will be passed around during the evening. Suhoor is available for in-house guests only. There will also be an oud player and traditional board games. Al Falak Ballroom iftar: Dhs400 per person (only available for group bookings of eight people and above, maximum of 30 people per booking). Al Iwan iftar: Dhs400 per person, half price (children aged 4-12), free (children under four). From sunset. Burj Al Arab, Umm Suqeim (04 301 7600).
Al Maha Iftar menu upon request including dates, juices and soup plus one entrée, main course and dessert of your choice. Iftar Dhs490 per person. Suhoor Dhs260 per person. From sunset. Al Maha Desert Resort, Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve, Dubai-Al Ain Road (04 932 9900).
At.mosphere A sleek restaurant serving contemporary European cuisine on the 122nd floor of the Burj Khalifa. Iftar is a nine-course experience menu inspired by cuisine of the Maghreb. Dishes will include favourites such as hummus, harira soup and slow-cooked lamb shoulder with raisins and almonds. Dhs750 per person. Sunset-11pm. Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3828).