Top 5 Iftars To Try In Dubai This Ramadan

by Vaishnavi Venkataraman 1117

Ramadan is just around the corner and restaurants in the city are gearing up for the grand Iftar meal. However, if you are a fan of ‘dine with a view’, then there’s no better place than Palm Jumeirah. So, before you go ahead and reserve a tent, take a look at these top 5 Iftars at Palm Jumeirah. Offering uninterrupted views along with piquant delicacies, these are a must try!

1. Fairmont The Palm

Fairmont the Palm’s vibrant Fairuz Ramadan tent is back this year and how! Decked with traditional Arabic interiors in shades of purple and blue, the tent is famous for its signature collection of Middle Eastern delicacies and entertainment.

When: Daily, sunset until 9pm

Cost: AED 215 per person

Credits: Fairmont the palm Facebook

Credits: Fairmont the palm Facebook

2. Asateer Tent 

Looking at an Iftar tent that will let you enjoy much more than food? Asateer Tent in Atlantis offers lip-smacking Emirati cuisine along with a little something for everyone in your family. Apart from the breathtaking views, traditional prayers, card games and entrainment for the kids are also part of the Iftar plan. Sounds like a deal?  The kitchen is lead by chef Ali El Bourji, who whips up food for over 60,000 people during Ramadan. Guests can expect a whole variety of sea food, live cooking stations, grilled meat and traditional Emirati desserts as part of the iftar and suhoor menu.

When: Daily, 6.30 pm- 8.30 pm

Cost: AED 220 for adults, AED 110 for kids from 4- 11 years, free of kids aged three and uder

3. Hakkasan

This Iftar tent is strictly dedicated to adults and kids above 10 years of age. Ask what’s special? Hakkasan’s four course meal is no short of glamour. Offering a wide range of variety from signature dumplings to Peking duck and other Ramadan dishes, Hakkasan’s Iftar has a delectable Cantonese flair one cannot but love!

When: Daily, 6.30 pm onwards

Cost: AED 288



4. Kaleidoscope

Offering a little something for everyone, Kaleidoscope is the perfect place to head if you’re looking at a multi-cuisine Iftar. The buffet includes an extravagant spread of Indian, Mediterranean and North African delicacies, whipped in interactive cooking stations and live kitchens. If you’re visiting Dubai for Ramadan, this one’s an experience you’ll take back!

When: May 5- June 4, daily- 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm

Cost: AED 215 for adults, half-price for ages 4 to 11, free for kids aged three and under



5. Ibn AlBahr

Serving you a taste of Lebanon in Dubai, Ibn AlBahr is a treasure for seafood lovers. So, if you’re up for some fresh catch this Iftar, this is just where you must be. That said, their Iftar highlights include fish biryani, fish curry, and a whole lot of other hot and cold mezze. Lastly, the restaurant offers breathtaking views of the palm, letting you enjoy your meal amidst a scenic setting.

When: Daily, sunset- 2:00 am

Cost: AED 125

Credits: Ibn AlBahr Facebook

Credits: Ibn AlBahr Facebook