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Ramadan 2024: Best Iftar Options in Dubai

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Ramadan, the most significant month in the calendar for anyone living in Dubai, is almost here. Also known as the Holy Month, Ramadan is the time during which Muslims are required to elevate their level of spiritual and physical submission to their faith by way of fasting.

According to leading astronomers, Monday March 11 will mark the first day of the Holy Month. This will mean it is the first time Ramadan has fallen in the wintertime in Dubai since the year 2000. The abstention from eating and drinking during Ramadan is intended to last from dawn until dusk throughout the 29 or 30-day period. Traditionally, that fast is broken with a meal called iftar, taken just after sunset. Typically, people will enjoy dates, dried apricots and Ramadan juices, before heading to evening prayer. After that, large meals are the norm, usually with family and friends.

These iftar meals are offered across Dubai, at many of the city’s best restaurants and hotels. With Ramadan now less than six weeks away, venues are starting to announce their iftar plans. Whether you’re fasting or just want to join in the festivities, we’re kicking off the list of all the best iftars in Dubai for you to try. Prepare to break your fast with some of these delicious 2024 iftar options.

Discover the Best Iftars in Dubai for 2024

Jump to:

  • Barsha Heights
  • Business Bay
  • Downtown Dubai
  • Dubai Creek Harbour
  • Dubai Marina
  • Expo City
  • Garhoud
  • Palm Jumeirah
  • Sheikh Zayed Road

Barsha Heights

M One Restaurant

Head to M One for a relaxed Ramadan buffet with hot and cold mezze, slow-roasted lamb ouzi, live shawarma and even a falafel station. Finish with traditional Arabic sweets and tasty Ramadan juices.Dhs159 (adults), Dhs79.50 (kids), Free (kids under six). Sunset-9pm. Millennium Place Barsha Heights (058 606 0831).

Business Bay

Cleo

Offering up a modern take on classic Levantine cuisine, Cleo’s buffet iftar is all about mezze, soups and salads, followed by Middle Eastern favourites. Plus, you’ll get great views of the city skyline. Dhs175 (adults). Sunset-9pm. Hyde Hotel Dubai, Business Bay (0 4 871 1111).

Downtown Dubai

CÉ LA VI Dubai

This Ramadan, head to one of the city’s tallest restaurants to try an Asian-inspired iftar. You’ll get dishes like date and roasted mushroom soup, miso-marinated cod kushiyaki, grilled giant prawns and black truffle “sushi rice” risotto. End the meal with a pistachio rose delight.Dhs290 (adults). Sunset-9pm. Address Sky View, Downtown Dubai (04 582 6111).

Dubai Creek Harbour

Luma Pool Lounge

The Address Grand Creek Harbour pool lounge offers a laid-back iftar experience. The buffet features three daily-changing menus with traditional Middle Eastern dishes. Plus you can enjoy a variety of shisha, while an oud player performs daily.Dhs275 (adults), half price (kids), Free (kids under five). Sunset-9pm. Address Grand Creek Harbour, Ras Al Khor (04 275 8888).

Expo City

Cuisines

Cuisines restaurant at Holiday Inn Dubai Al-Maktoum Airport offers an extensive selection of Arabic and International options with live stations in a traditionally styled setting. Expect dishes like samak harra, kibbeh bil laban and umm Ali.Dhs125 (adults). Sunset-10.30pm. Holiday Inn Dubai Al-Maktoum Airport, Expo City. (04 808 8999).

Dubai Marina

Amaseena

As the sun sets over Dubai Marina, Amaseena transforms into an open-air setting for an under-the-star Ramadan experience offering up a buffet that features kebabs, hearty stews, rice, and salads, complemented by Arabic Ramadan juices and water.Dhs295 (per person), half price (kids), free (kids under five). Sunset-9pm. The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai JBR (04 399 4000).

Garden Oasis at Arabian Courtyard

Experience a diverse Levantine offering journey at Garden Oasis Arabian Courtyards this Ramadan. The venue features a comprehensive Iftar buffet with authentic dishes from Lebanon, Turkey, Syria, and Jordan, including mezze platters and flavorful mains. Live cooking stations add a visual element to the traditional Levantine cuisine. The open-air setting and Arabian nights-inspired decor create a culturally immersive Iftar experience. Early bird prices are available until February 29.Dhs195 (early bird), Dhs240 (adults), Dhs120 (kids). Sunset-9pm. One&Only Royal Mirage Resort Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 315 2412).

Mina’s Kitchen

Mina’s Kitchen offers a stylish iftar buffet, with live stations from kebab and shawarma station to Turkish ice cream, with live oud player and henna artist.Dhs195 (adults), Dhs79 (kids). Sunset-10pm. The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi resort & Marina, (04 399 4141).

Palace Courtyard

Experience a blend of Levantine and Moroccan dishes in a courtyard setting where you can enjoy Moroccan tagines, Lebanese grilled meats, and traditional salads. Early bird prices are available until February 29.Dhs195 (early bird), Dhs240 (adults), Dhs120 (kids). Sunset-9pm. One&Only Royal Mirage Resort Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 315 2412).

Tagine

If you’re looking for an à la carte Moroccan iftar experience, head to at Tagine, known for its emphasis on traditional Moroccan dishes infused with North African spices. The menu includes classic Moroccan favourites like slow-cooked tagines, spiced couscous, and grilled kebabs with a contemporary twist. Early bird prices are available until February 29. Dhs215 (early bird), Dhs260 (adults), Dhs120 (kids). Sunset-9pm. One&Only Royal Mirage Resort Dubai, Dubai Marina (04 315 2412).

Garhoud

Loumi Restaurant

At Loumi, you’ll get an iftar buffet feast offering up traditional flavours with a widespread Arabic and International buffet with live cooking stations, Arabic drinks, starters, soup and desserts.Dhs179 (adults), Dhs79 (kid), Free (kids under five). Sunset to 8.30pm. Millennium Airport Hotel Dubai, Al Garhoud Road (04 702 8888).

Palm Jumeirah

Crescendo

Celebrate Ramadan at Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort’s all-day dining spot Crescendo. Enjoy iftar in a beachfront setting, featuring carefully curated menus by our talented chefs. Experience traditional Middle Eastern flavours from a nightly buffet, featuring mezze platters, lamb ouzi and seafood. Choose to dine under the stars on the outdoor terrace or indoors if you want extra proximity to the buffet.Dhs230 (adults), Dhs100 (kids). Sunset-10.30pm. Anantara The Palm Dubai Resort, Palm Jumeirah (04 567 8304).

Sheikh Zayed Road

Al Bahou

Sat beneath lanterns this iftar has an authentic vibe. The buffet serves a wide variety of Ramadan favourites such as lamb ouzi, mixed grills, and seafood.Dhs270 (adults), Dhs110 (kids). Sunset-10pm. Oaks Ibn Battuta Gate Hotel, Garden (04 444 0000).

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