An unfussy eatery with a rotating view 9 Reviews
The venue: The only revolving restaurant in Dubai with spectacular views over the blue Arabian Gulf waters, the Creek and the city, this contemporary, sophisticated yet relaxed restaurant offers a traditional Ramadan buffet.
Iftar: Al Dawaar offers a lavish iftar buffet with an extensive selection featuring a variety of traditional Ramadan favourites and delicious Emirati dishes.
Suhoor: Not available.
Pricing: Dhs190, Dhs95 (children aged six-12 years).
Bookings? Yes, with no minimum spend.
Eid plans: The perfect place to celebrate Eid al-Fitr with family and friends while enjoying spectacular views of the city skyline. Indulge in a sumptuous buffet of pan-Arabic and international dishes for lunch and dinner over the three days of Eid. Lunch Dhs220, Dhs110 (children aged six-12 years), served 12.30pm-3.30pm. Dinner Dhs250, Dhs125 (children aged six-12 years), served 6.30pm-9pm. (Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday)
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There are plenty of reasonable buffet dinner deals in town, but few of them involve sitting in a slowly rotating restaurant overlooking Deira. Al Dawaar manages to be both minimalist and cosy, marrying the warm tones of a typical Arabic restaurant with the contemporary feel of a more European spot. It’s a philosophy mirrored in the kitchen, and once you’ve made your way round (sorry, too easy) to the spread, you should have no difficulty finding a dish to suit your fancy. Whether you’re in the mood for sushi, curry or salad, there are dishes from a wealth of different regions, and though it won’t be the most impressive meal you’ve ever had, the options are at least decent – as is the service.
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