Best Dubai iftars in Arabian Ranches, JLT, Emirates Hills & Ibn Battuta 2019

Where to break the fast this Ramadan

Best Dubai iftars in Arabian Ranches, JLT, Emirates Hills & Ibn Battuta 2019

Al Bahou
Iftar buffet served in a Middle Eastern setting under majestic lanterns.
Dhs185. Daily, from sunset. Mövenpick Ibn Battuta Gate, Ibn Battuta (04 444 0000).

Aquaviva
Enjoy an al fresco iftar by the pool in the heart of Emirates Hills.
Dhs185. Daily, sunset-9pm. Address Montgomerie, Emirates Hills (04 888 3444).

Baker Finch
Head to this spot for authentic Arabian cuisine from a hearty buffet, that’s suitable for all of the family.
Dhs155 (adults), Dhs77.50 (kids aged six-11), free (kids five and under). Daily, sunset-9pm. Arabian Ranches Golf Club, Emirates Road (04 888 3444).

Dallah Lounge
This fully air-conditioned Ramadan tent at Emirates Golf Club offers views of the golf course and skyline. It features a buffet including a salad bar, mezze and grill stations
Dhs150. Daily, sunset-9pm. Emirates Golf Club, Al Sufouh (04 417 9999).

Jazz@PizzaExpress
If you love pizza, break your fast at this popular chain, serving up unlimited starters, one main course and a drink for iftar.
Dhs65. Daily, from sunset. Cluster A, JLT (04 441 6342).

Nosh
Live cooking stations with ouzi carving, Arabic mixed grill and shawarma.
Dhs135 (adults), Dhs67.50 (kids aged six-12), free (kids five and under). Daily, sunset-10.30pm. Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Cluster A, JLT (04 438 0000).

Palermo
Family-friendly iftar designed for large groups with young children set in contemporary surroundings.
Dhs155 (adults), Dhs77.50 (kids aged six-11), free (kids five and under). Daily, sunset-9pm. Dubai Polo & Equestrian Club, Arabian Ranches (04 888 3444).

Streetery Food Hall
This cool street food spot is serving up a set menu of Asian favourites. Plus there’s a special collaboration with Time Out Dubai and 3 Fils on Wednesday May 8 for Dhs150.
Dhs79. Daily, 7pm & 9pm. Cluster D, JLT (04 587 3373).

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