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Ramadan offer at Qbara

The venue: A wall of cast bronze script welcomes you as you enter Qbara. Sculpted by Phuket-based metal artist John Underwood, it depicts poems and quotations about food, entertainment and the love of life. The interior also boasts a unique, two-story vertical installation, consisting of Arabesque carved panelling. Qbara is ‘authentic yet not traditional’ and emphasises flavour through the use of contemporary cooking methods.

Iftar: A variety of soup, salad, bread and Ramadan juices as well as tagine, ouzi and a selection of Arabic sweets. There’s also the Ramadan Experience menu that offers all of the above plus grilled options such as Moroccan spiced quail, slow-cooked meats including Egyptian-style pigeon and exciting desserts such as the chocolate and walnut baklava smash.

Suhoor: Not available.

Prices: Iftar menu Dhs180, Ramadan experience Dhs450.

Timings: Sunset-2am.

Bookings accepted?
Yes.

Oud Metha Middle Eastern
Ramadan offer at Khan Murjan Restaurant

The popular Arabic courtyard restaurant serves three types of soup, up to 30 hot and cold appetisers, 15 different main courses, as well as fresh fruits and traditional Arabic desserts. Shisha is available. Dhs158 per person. Dhs95 (children four to ten)

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Ramadan offer at Barbecue Delights

Over 60 dishes of Pakistani, Afghani and North Indian cuisines from the buffet, including barbecue grills, curries and desserts. Dhs70 (Sat-Wed), Dhs75 (Thu and Fri). Dhs40 (children four-12 years). Daily sunset-9pm. Opposite Lamcy Plaza, Oud Metha (04 335 9868). Other location: Dhs90. Dhs50 (children aged four to 12)

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Ramadan offer at Grand Hyatt Dubai

The venue: Have an enchanting time at Grand Hyatt Dubai, where Al Ameera ballroom has been transformed into a colourful and inviting setting with a lavish buffet-style iftar. Enjoy suhoor in the popular Laylati Café in the Ramadan marquee.

Iftar: The buffet features traditional Ramadan specialties, international and Emirati dishes. Authentic Lebanese specialties, Arabic sweets, kunafa, classic Arabic drinks and Arabic ice cream are all available.

Suhoor: Laylati Café in the Ramadan marquee presents a menu of cold and hot mezze, manakish and saj.

Extras: Shisha is available.

Prices: Grand iftar Dhs185, Dhs95 (children aged six-12 years), free (children aged below six years).
Suhoor minimum charge Dhs30 (weekdays), Dhs50 (weekends).

Timings: Sunset-9pm (iftar); Sat-Wed 8.30pm-2am, Thu-Fri 8.30pm-2.30am (suhoor).

Bookings accepted? Yes, and strongly recommended.

Eid plans: Eid brunch at The Market Café from July 3 to August 2, priced Dhs219 per person including soft drinks, Dhs99 (children aged six-12 years).

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