82 Iftar and suhoors to try in Dubai

After-dark dining throughout the Holy Month to suit every budget

Under Dhs100

Alchemia Tent at Habtoor Grand Beach Resort
This Ramadan tent serves fresh juices, mixed grills and light bites from an à la carte menu, as well as buffet options. The World Cup games will be shown here, and shisha is available. Private VIP lounges available for hire that can accommodate up to 15 people with private plasma TV screens or projectors.
Iftar and suhoor priced à la carte. Iftar: sunset-9pm. Suhoor: 9pm-3am. Habtoor Grand Beach Resort , Al Sufouh Road, Dubai Marina (04 399 5000).

Bastakiya Café
A buffet selection of international, Arabic, Indian, Pakistani and Asian dishes, including a selection of starters, salad, soup, main courses, desserts and juices. Arabic coffee and dates will also be served.
Dhs85 per person. Half price children aged six to 12. Daily sunset-10.30pm. Arabian Courtyard Hotel, Al Fahidi Street (04 351 9111).

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). Sunset-12.30am. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (04 434 3443).

Bundoo Khan
Contemporary Pakistani cuisine and barbecue, plus traditional Arabic dishes, mocktails, karak chai and Peshawari kahwa.
From Dhs75 per person. Daily sunset-10pm. Xclusive Clover Hotel apartments, Rigga Al Buteen, Deira (04 233 6333).

C.Taste
A budget friendly option.
Iftar: Dhs90. 7pm-10pm. Suhoor: Dhs70. 2am-4am. Centro Al Barsha (04 704 0000).

City Cafe

Iftar Buffet with Benefits. With every Iftar, you get more than double the value back in vouchers; a free Fitness First day pass worth Dhs100 plus a free iCare Clinics voucher worth Dhs50. Plus, buy 4 Iftars and get 1 free.
Dhs 49-69. Daily from sunset to 8:30. At Citymax Hotels in Al Barsha (04 409 8000), Bur Dubai (050 100 7065) and Sharjah (05 598 5000).

Downtown tent
Arabic cooking, music and shisha.
Iftar and suhoor priced à la carte. Sun-Wed 6pm-2am, Thu-Sat 6pm-3am. Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (04 423 8883).

Fresh Restaurant
A traditional iftar buffet. From Dhs99 per person.
Dhs45 (children six-11 years). Free (kids aged below five years). Daily sunset-10pm. Golden Tulip Hotel, Al Barsha (04 501 6181).

Nosh
Get the chance to win a five-night stay for two in Istanbul including flights.
Dhs99. Kids under six dine for free. Daily from sunset. Movenpick Hotel, Jumeirah Lakes Towers, Cluster A (04 438 0000).

Pizza Express
A family friendly iftar.
Dhs69 per person. Daily sunset-11pm. China Court, Ibn Battuta Mall (04 368 5134).

The Noodle House
Iftar menu includes a platter of dates, fruit and juices to begin, followed by roti canai, duck wonton soup, dim sum, grilled Javanese chicken, sweet and sour fish, kailan and fried tofu cooked with tomato chili paste, and much more.
Dhs90. 7pm-11.30pm. Various locations, www.thenoodlehouse.com (04 366 6730).

The Palace Courtyard
Atmospheric Arabic courtyard, hosts a suhoor with Arabic mezze, music and shisha.
Dhs50 per person (cover charge). 8pm-2.30am. One&Only Royal Mirage, Dubai Marina (04 399 9999).


Dhs100-199

3in1
international and Arabic cooking, overlooking the hotel pool.
Dhs170 per person. 7pm-11.30pm. Vida Downtown Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai (04 428 5923).

Al Ammera Ballroom at Grand Hyatt
An iftar buffet of international and Emirati dishes. Lebanese specialities, Arabic sweets, kunafa, classic Arabic drinks and Arabic Ice-cream are available. Enjoy Suhoor in Laylati Café in the Ramadan marquee, with mezze, manakish, and saj. Shisha is available.
Iftar: Dhs185. Dhs95 (children six-12). Free for children under six. Sunset-9pm. Suhoor: Dhs30 minimum spend on weekdays, Dhs50 minimum spend on Weekends. Sat-Wed 8.30pm-2am. Thu and Fri 8.30pm-2.30am. Grand Hyatt Dubai, next to Dubai Healthcare City (04 3172222).

Al Badia Golf Club
Traditional Arabic fare in the Ramadan tent and Tee Lounge, plus shisha.
Dhs175 per person Daily sunset-9.30pm. Intercontinental Festival City Dubai (04 601 0111).

Al Dawaar
The revolving restaurant in Dubai has views over the creek and an iftar buffet with traditional Ramadan favourites and Emirati dishes.
Dhs190. Dhs95 (children aged six-12 years). Sunset-9pm. Hyatt Regency, Deira (04 209 2222).

Al Majlis at Madinat Jumeirah
Arabic and international dishes from the buffet, plus shisha and an oud player. Private majlis seating areas are also available to book.
Iftar: Dhs195. Sunset-8.30pm. Suhoor: à la carte menu. 8.30pm-2.30am. Madinat Jumeirah, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 366 6730).

Asateer tent at Atlantis The Palm
Arabic cooking from the buffet plus Entertainment includes music from an oud player, and a monochord artist, as well as a selection of traditional games such as backgammon.
Iftar: Dhs195 per person. Sunset-8.30pm. Suhoor: Dhs150 per person (minimum spend). 9.30pm-2.30am. Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 426 2626).

Auris Plaza Hotel
A Turkish food festival for iftar during Ramadan, with Turkish dishes prepared by a team from Istanbul. Shisha is available.
Dhs160. Half price for children from five- 12 years. Free for children under five. Daily sunset-11pm. Al Barsha (04 455 4839).

Ballaro
International buffet selection of, prepared at live cooking stations. Entertainment is provided by oud players.
Dhs139 per person. Daily sunset-9pm. Conrad Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 444 7444).

Brasserie
Live cooking stations for Arabic and international fare. Shisha is available on the terrace.
Dhs180. Sunset-9pm. Le Royal Meridien Beach Resort & Spa, Dubai Marina (04 316 5550).

Cafe Arabesque
Iftar buffet of Middle Eastern dishes with views overlooking the Dubai Creek.
Dhs180. Sunset-9.30pm. Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira (04 317 2222).

Cascades
Arabic mezze, salads, grilled specialities and more.
Dhs170. Daily sunset-9.30pm. Fairmont Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 311 8316).

Celsius Restaurant
Arabic food and mezze, Ramadan drinks and a selection of Arabic desserts. Games such as backgammon and card games, as well as shisha will be available.
Dhs155. Half price (children six-12 years). Free for children under five. Discounts for groups of ten or more. For the first week of Ramadan there will be a special 50 percent discount on iftar. Daily sunset- 8.30pm. Radisson Royal Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 308 0550).

Channels
An Arabic and international buffet including traditional Ramadan beverages. Shisha will be available at The Terrace.
Prices: Dhs175. Half price (children under 12 years). Daily sunset-10.30pm. Media Rotana, Tecom (04 435 0000).

Choix
Chef Pierre Gagnaire’s new patisserie concept serves a bento box based iftar and suhoor. Shisha will be available on the terrace from sunset.
Dhs360 for two. From sunset. Intercontinental Dubai Festival City (04 701 1127/28)

Constellation Ballroom at The Address Dubai Marina
International cuisines at the buffet, plus a dedicated tent on the terrace for suhoor, with an à la carte menu and shisha available.
Dhs170. Daily sunset-9pm. The Address Dubai Marina (04 436 7777).


Crescendo
The Iftar buffet includes Arabic and international dishes, served by the hotel’s infinity pool.
Dhs185 per person. Sunset-10pm. Anantara Dubai The Palm Resort and Spa, Palm Jumeirah (04 567 8304).

Crowne Plaza Dubai Festival City

Held at Zaytoun and the connecting Skyline Ramadan Tent, with views of the Dubai Creek and skyline. Middle Eastern and International specialities from the buffet for iftar and suhoor in the Ramadan tent. Oud player and shisha on the terrace.
Dhs195. Sunset-9pm. Suhoor: à la carte menu. 9pm- 2am. Crowne Plaza Dubai Festival City (04 701 2222).

Dubai Ballroom at JW Marriott Marquis
A selection of classic Arabic cooking, oud music, shisha and screening of the World Cup games.
Dhs195 per person. Sunset-8.30pm. JW Marriott Marquis, Business Bay, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 414 3000).

Dusit Thani Dubai
Iftar buffet will include Thai, Italian, Arabic and international favourites. For every diner’s spend, a percentage will be donated to charity Operation Smile.
Dhs145. Dhs75 (children six-12). Dhs130 per person for groups of 20 or more. 7.30pm-9pm. Sheikh Zayed Road (04 343 4444).

Eggspectation
Choose a fresh juice, soup, salad, main course and dessert.
Dhs185. From sunset. The Beach, JBR, Dubai Marina (04 430 7252).

Flavours on Two
The buffet will feature mezze, live cooking stations and a variety of Arabic desserts and traditional juices.
Iftar: Dhs145. Half price (children six-12). Free for children under six. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Towers Rotana, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 312 2201).

Flooka
Mediterranean-Lebanese seafood restaurant, with views of the Arabian Gulf serves a set menu of seafood mezze, grilled fish and Lebanese desserts. Shisha is available.
Dhs185. Daily sunset-9pm. Dubai Marine Beach Resort and Spa, Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1 (04 346 1111).

Flow Kitchen
An indoor dining space is available, as well as an outdoor, air-conditioned tent. Serves Middle Eastern classics from the buffet, plus live stations for manakish and shawarma.
Dhs185 per person.Daily sunset-9pm. Fairmont the Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 457 345).

Hatta Restaurant
Shares an outdoor area with the hotel pool, directly overlooking the Creek. Iftar offers a wide selection of Arabic dishes.
Dhs119. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Sheraton Dubai Creek Hotel & Towers, Baniyas Street (04 207 1747).

Horizon
Iftar buffet with traditional food including ouzi, Arabic grills, biryani and Umm Ali, kunafa and more.
Dhs159. Daily sunset to 10.30pm. Amwaj Rotana, The Walk, JBR, Dubai Marina (04 428 2000).

Ibn Majed Restaurant
Iftar buffet with the usual favourites – dried fruit and nuts, hot and cold mezze, soups, a carving station, live cooking stations, seafood and meat grill corner and traditional Arabic juices.
Dhs190. From sunset. Jebel Ali Golf Resort, Jebel Ali (04 814 5800).

K Grill

Iftar buffet of regional favourites with a European twist.
Dhs185 (Ramadan juices). Dhs230 (Ramadan juices and shisha). Dhs150 suhoor. 7pm-11pm. Kempinski Mall of Emirates, Al Barsha (04 341 0000).

Kris with a View
Buffet of Arabian pan-Asian specialties, plus 360 degree views from the 19th floor and henna painting.
Dhs130. Daily sunset-11pm. Park Regis Kris Krin Hotel, BurJuman Centre, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed St, Bur Dubai (04 377 1111).

La Playa

Relax in the tent and watch the World Cup matches. Games, shisha and Arabic food are available.
Iftar: Dhs195 per person. 6pm-9.45pm. Suhour: Dhs150 per person (minimum spend). 10pm-4am. The Beach at JBR, Dubai Marina (050 159 3764).

La Portes Des Indes
Offers set menus of two-five courses, featuring the Indian-French fusion of Pondicherry.
Set menus from Dhs125-195. Daily from 6.30pm. The Adress Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 438 8610).


Lafayette Gourmet
Choose from salads, Arabian grills, Moroccan dishes, ouzi and more from the venues eleven kitchens
Dhs155. Dhs80 (children seven-12 years), free (children below six years). Daily from sunset. Galerie Lafayette, The Dubai Mall, Downtown Dubai (04 339 9933 ext 2394).

Latitude
Arabic food with Ramadan juices.
Dhs210. Half price (children four to 12 years. Free for children under four. Sunset- 8.45pm. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Jumeriah Beach Road (04 406 8999).

Legends
Hot and cold mezze, soup, main courses and dessert selections, all served at your table.
Dhs180 per person. Dhs70 (children below 12 years). Daily sunset-8.30pm. Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, Deira (04 295 6000).

Les Cuisines
The buffet boasts five international live cooking stations, featuring Arabic, Italian and Chinese cooking.
Dhs155 per person. Half price for children aged six to 12. Free for children aged five and under. Sunset-10.30pm. Sofitel Downtown Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 503 6666).

Liwan
International and traditional Ramadan dishes, accompanied by Arabic entertainment, shisha and the chance to win a trip to Turkey.
Dhs149 per person. Daily sunset-10pm. Al Ghurair Rayhaan by Rotana, Deira (04 293 3000).

Nina
Dishes at the iftar buffet include North Indian biriyanis, chicken and lamb kebab platters, butter chicken, rice pudding and Nina’s signature vanilla panna cotta.
Iftar: Dhs190. Sunset-8.30pm. Suhoor: à la carte menu. 8.30pm-11.30pm. One&Only Royal Mirage, Al Sufouh Road, Dubai Marina (04 399 9999).

QD’s
A dedicated Ramadan tent, with a Middle Eastern inspired buffet, and World Cup matches shown live.
Dhs145. Dhs65 (children aged six-11). Free for children under five. Daily sunset-9pm. Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, Deira (04 295 6000).

M’s
The Iftar buffet offers a selection of mezze, rustic soups, as well as Middle Eastern and international main courses, desserts, juices, traditional Arabic coffee and dates. Special discounts for advance booking for groups of ten and above.
Iftar: Dhs135. Dhs60 (children under 12). Thu-Sat sunset-9pm. Suhoor: à la carte menu. Thu-Sat from 9pm. Emirates Golf Club’s, Emirates Hills (04 380 1234).

Majlis al Safinah at Jumeirah Beach Hotel
Arabic food for iftar. Shisha is available for suhoor.
Dhs195 per person. Half price for children aged four to 12. Free for children under four. Sunset-8.45pm. Suhoor: à la carte menu. 9.30pm-3am. Jumeirah Beach Hotel, Jumeirah Beach Road (04 406 8999).

Medley
Arabic buffet with a Moroccan twist, dedicated dessert section and an oud player.
Dhs155. Dhs70 (children six-12 years). Free for children under six. Daily from 6.30pm. Pullman Hotel Deira City Centre, Deira (04 294 1222).

Melrose Ballroom at Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach Residence

A live oud player, traditional dishes prepared at live cooking stations
Iftar: Dhs135 per person (Ramadan juices). Daily sunset-10pm. Suhoor: à la carte menu. Daily 11pm-4am. Mövenpick Hotel Jumeirah Beach Residence, The Walk, JBR, Dubai (04 449 8888).

MusicHall
Suhoor offers Live acts, plus an à la carte menu that includes mezze and main courses.
Dhs190 per person (minimum spend). Sat and Sun 9pm-2am. Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah (056 270 8670).

Nine7One

The buffet selection, prepared at live cooking stations, includes plenty of Arabic delicacies. An oud player will also perform.
Iftar: Dhs195 per person (Ramadan juices). Sunset-11pm. Suhoor: Dhs175 per person (set menu). 11pm-2am. The Oberoi, Business Bay (04 444 1444).

Oceana Restaurant
An Arabic buffet of traditional dishes, with a traditional oud player and shisha. There is also a private area for large groups.
Dhs145. Daily sunset to 10pm. Hilton Dubai Jumeirah Resort, The Walk, JBR, Dubai Marina (04 399 1111).

Omnia Gourmet
The brand new deli cafe in Jumeirah serves locally sourced, organic food and offers a ‘slimming Ramadan’ experience, specialising in fat-free, gluten-free, sugar-free and raw food. Takeaway available.
From approximately Dhs150 per person. Daily 4pm-midnight. Jumeirah Fish Harbour 1, off Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 2 (04 343 7181).


Pergolas
A buffet of Middle Eastern cuisine plus live cooking stations including chicken shawarma, grills and lamb ouzi. Suhoor offers a set menu of Arabic dishes such as labneh, grilled halloumi, feta cheese, eggs, black and green olives, foul moudamas with traditional condiments, fresh cut fruit and dates plate as well as fresh juices, Umm Ali and sweets.
Iftar: Dhs 180. Dhs90 (children six-12). sunset-11.30pm. Suhoor: Dhs120. Midnight-4am. Al Murooj Rotana, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 321 1111).

Qasr al Sultan
Ramadan tent with a Turkish twist.
Dhs185. From sunset. Rixos The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 457 5454).

Qbara
Iftar features a variety of soups and salad, followed by tagine, ouzi and Arabic sweets. Try the Ramadan Experience degustation menu, which (in addition to the iftar menu selection) offers guests dishes such as Moroccan spiced quail or slow cooked Egyptian-style pigeon, and a chocolate and walnut baklava smash for dessert.
Dhs180 per person (Ramadan juices). Dhs450 per person (Ramadan experience menu). Daily sunset-11pm.Wafi, Oud Metha (04 709 2500).

QD’s
A dedicated Ramadan tent, with a Middle Eastern inspired buffet, and World Cup matches shown live.
Dhs145. Dhs65 (children aged six-11). Free for children under five. Daily sunset-9pm. Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club, Deira (04 295 6000).

Radisson Blu Hotel Dubai Deira Creek
Iftar buffet with traditional Middle Eastern dishes from Persia, the Emirates, Mediterranean Arabia and Asia.
Dhs149. Half price for children five-12. Free for children under five. Daily sunset-11pm. Baniyas Road, Dubai Deira Creek (04 205 7333).

Reem Al Bawadi
A buffet selection of Arabic favourites and shisha is also available.
Dhs130 per person (Ramadan juices). Sunset-9pm. Jumeirah Beach Road (04 394 7444), Sheikh Zayed Road (04 330 6663), Dubai Marina (04 452 2525), Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard (04 443 9690), Ramada Deira (04 259 6111).

Ritz-Carlton DIFC
The hotel’s ballroom is transformed into a Ramadan majlis, serving a buffet selection of Middle Eastern and international dishes, including 12 live cooking stations, with shawarma, fatteh, Arabic Sushi, falafel, waffles and a hummus fountain. The Sunken Garden will be the setting for suhoor, surrounded by palm trees and a water fountain, with air conditioning. Over 30 flavours of shisha are available for suhoor.
Iftar: Dhs190. Dhs100 (children six-12 years). Daily sunset-9.30pm. Suhoor: à la carte menu. 9pm-2am. DIFC (04 372 2323).

Sapori di Bice

A 12 course iftar meal of Italian sharing plates.
Dhs160. Daily from sunset. City Walk, Jumeirah 1 (04 432 1359).

Sea World
The Asian seafood market offers a seafood platter, and a selection of salads.
Dhs299 for two. Daily sunset-10pm. Asiana Hotel, Salahuddin Road, Deira (04 608 2140).

Sheikh Mohammed Centre for Cultural Understanding
Held in the courtyard of a historic wind-tower house. The evening begins with the call to prayer, followed by the breaking of the fast with Emirati hosts when Arabic coffee and dates are served. Iftar buffet meal is followed by a visit to the Diwan Masjid, before returning to SMCCU house for dessert and tea.
Dhs135. Free for children under 12. Daily from 6pm (or approximately 15 minutes before sunset). Al Fahidi District, Bur Dubai (04 353 6666).

Tagine
A wide selection of Moroccan delicacies including salads, lentil soup, preserved chicken with lemon, and a variety of tagines. Music from oud and tabla players.
Iftar: Dhs190. Sunset-8.30pm. Suhoor: à la carte menu. 8.30pm-11.30pm. One&Only Royal Mirage, Al Sufouh Road, Dubai Marina (04 399 9999).

THE One Deli
The iftar offering at this deli changes daily and includes Moroccan hummus soup, courgette and halloumi salad, salmon and artichoke tart, Middle Eastern lamb stew, Umm Ali, laban and jellab.
Dhs114. Dhs57 (children under 12). Daily sunset-9pm. THE One Store, Jumeirah Beach Road, Jumeirah 1 (04 345 6687).


Dhs200-299

Al Nafoorah
An air-conditioned outdoor tent, where guests can sample classic cooking of the region, accompanied by Ramadan juices.
Dhs210 per person. Dhs105 (children aged six-12). Free for children under six. Sunset-9pm. Jumeirah Emirates Tower, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 319 8088).

Armani/Oasi
An iftar buffet with a contemporary take on classic Mediterranean cuisine.
Dhs260. Dhs125 (children under 12). Sunset-10pm. Armani Hotel Dubai, Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

Ewaan
A wide selection of food from the buffet stations, as well as live oud music.
Iftar: Dhs220 per person (water and Ramadan beverages). 6.30pm-9pm. Suhoor: Dhs160 per person (minimum spend). 10pm-2am. The Palace Downtown Dubai, Downtown Dubai (04 428 7806).

Fazaris
An Iftar buffet of dates, Arabic juices, mezze, salads, grilled meats and coffees. There will be traditional oud and tabla music.
Dhs200. Daily sunset-9pm. The Address Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

Imperium
An iftar buffet with an international selection.
Dhs225. Daily sunset-8pm. Jumeirah Zabeel Saray, Palm Jumeirah (04 453 0444).

Ottomans
The Turkish restaurant, serves dishes such as stuffed grape leaves, Turkish red pepper and walnut dip, lamb kofte wrapped with saj bread and sautéed fresh spinach with warm hummus. After iftar, enjoy shisha and Turkish music on the terrace.
Dhs250. Daily 7pm-1am. Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 317 6000).

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse
Choose dishes from the set menu, such as spicy voodoo shrimp, petite filet with garlic mashed potato and crème brulee topped with fresh berries. Complimentary tea and coffee will also be served.
Dhs289 (three courses). Daily 6pm-11.30pm. The Address Dubai Marina (04 454 9538).

Sloane’s
An international selection that includes lentil soup, dates, seafood, sushi and rotisserie items.
Dhs260. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Grosvenor House Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 317 6000).

The Ivy
Enjoy a four course menu of sharing dishes, including unlimited soft drinks and mocktails. Dishes include warm harissa with chick peas and feta, pan-fried Sultan Ibrahim with seafood machboos and sticky toffee and date pudding.
Dhs250. Sunset-midnight. The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road (04 319 8767).

Zest
Variety of Arabic and continental dishes, and live oud player.
Dhs220. From sunset. One&Only The Palm, Palm Jumeirah (04 440 1030).

Dhs300+

Al Falak Ballroom at Burj Al Arab
Majlis-style tent, with a buffet serving mezze, Arabic desserts, cheeses, traditional gahwa (coffee) and Arabic ice cream.
Dhs400 per person. Daily sunset-9.15pm. Burj al Arab, Umm Suqeim (04 301 7600).

At.Mosphere
Iftar here has an unusual twist, since it is served as a high tea, but with a few Arabian twists.
Dhs340. 7pm-10.30pm. Burj Khalifa, Downtown Dubai (04 888 3444).

BiCE Mare
A four course menu of Italian cooking, including starter, pasta, main course and dessert. The terrace overlooks the Dubai Fountains.
Dhs300. Daily from 7pm-midnight. Souk Al Bahar, Downtown Dubai (04 423 0982).

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