Restaurants open during Ramadan for lunch and breakfast
Time Out Dubai guide to cafes and restaurants open during Ramadan for lunch and breakfast, with dine-in, takeaway and delivery during daylight hours
By Time Out Dubai staff15 May 2016
During the Holy Month of Ramadan, a number of restaurants and cafés will operate a scaled-down service for non-Muslims who are not fasting.
Normal service will operate in some outlets, although there will be changes to the look of them. Several more will simply allow for takeaway and delivery services, though eating and drinking in public places is prohibited.
Ramadan is expected to start around June 6, and is expected to feature the longest average fasting hours in its 33-year lunar-based cycle.
Muslims will go about their normal routine, including work school and social functions. They are expected to abstain from food and drink, including water between dawn and sunset. Chewing gum and smoking are similarly not allowed. Fasting is ended at Iftar.