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In Pictures: Last chance iftars to try in Dubai

With Eid right around the corner, Kipp takes a look at some last chance iftar deals to devour before Ramadan ends.

August 15, 2012 11:02 by

  • Mövenpick Hotel at Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel

    At Dh150* per person, the iftar at Mövenpick Hotel in Al Bahou offers all-you-can-eat buffet style presentation of authentic Arabic food and beverages starting from 18:30 untill 20:30.

    *Dh 125 per person for group bookings of 40+ guests.  Dh75 for children between 7-16 years old

    Photo credit: imresolt.blogspot.com

  • Asateer, Atlantis, The Palm

    The all-you-can-eat iftar buffet at Asateer’s Ramadan tent offers six different type of iftar set menus priced at Dh175* and starts from 19:30 to 20:00. The buffet features a tahina fountain, shisha,  a live ice-cream station, eight private majlis areas, prayer rooms, and a complimentary valet parking.

    *Dh85 for children between 3-12 years old

    Photo credit: hoteliermiddleeast.com

  • Azur Restaurant at Raffles Dubai (Sheikh Rashid Road, Wafi)

    Azur Restaurant’s iftar offers an array of traditional Arabian delicacies at Dh185 per person. The buffet begins from sunset till 21:00 and the price includes soft drinks and juices. Guests have the option of dining outside on the patio adjoining Crossroads Lounge with Shisha on demand.

    Photo credit: expatwoman.com

  • Al Dana Restaurants at Crowne Plaza Dubai

    The Iftar buffet at Aldana Restaurants consists of Arabic feasts. The buffet is served from sunset till 20:30 and costs Dh155 per person. Dh5 of your money goes to the Dubai Centre for Special needs. Guests can book in advance for private dining as well.

    Photo credit: roundmenu.com

  • The Market Place at JW Marriott Hotel Dubai

    The Market Place’s iftar buffet starts from sunset till 23:30 and is priced at Dh150 per person. The buffet offers a huge selection of Lebanese mixed grills (including shish kebab, lamb kofta and shish tawouk), Indian specialities (such as chicken biryani, lamb jalfrezi and mixed vegetable korma) and a live cooking station where Arabic sweets are prepared in front of the guests.

    Photo credit: otal.com

  • Fazaris, The Address

    Fazaris is an all-day dining restaurant offering iftar with International gourmet – Japanese, Asian, Indian, Arabian, and Mediterranean cuisine from sunset to 21:00. The iftar is priced at Dh180 per person and is complemented by a live Arabic duo band along with good views of the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain.

    Photo credit: ahlanlive.com

  • Al Dawaar at Hyatt Regency

    Al Dawaar at Hyatt Regency is Dubai’ only revolving restaurant and iftar buffet consists of authentic Arabic dishes and Ramadan favorites for Dh160* per person. The iftar buffet starts from sunset to 20:30 and includes dried fruits, juices and traditional drinks.

    *50% discount to children between 6-12 years old.

    Photo credit: dinodxbdino.blogspot.com

 
 

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