Ramadan 2023: 5 Places In Dubai To Enjoy Iftar And Suhoor
As we enter the holy month of Ramadan, several restaurants in the UAE have prepared an impressive array of iftar and suhoor meals. From authentic Middle Eastern cuisine to Indian specialties, these restaurants promise to delight your taste buds with their delectable offerings. Whether you're looking to break your fast with a view of Dubai's stunning skyline, or want to enjoy a lavish feast in a beautifully decorated space, there's something for everyone. Here are some of the best restaurants to visit at the start of Ramadan 2023 for iftar and suhoor.
Armani Hotel, Dubai
Situated in the heart of downtown within Burj Khalifa, Armani Hotel Dubai offers an iftar buffet with seasonal favorites and signature dishes from award-winning chefs. For Suhoor, guests can choose a table or a majlis accompanied by a bespoke pre-dawn buffet selection and shisha.
Olea at the Kempinski Mall of the Emirates combines Arabic specialties with Indian favorites for an iftar menu that aims to cater to all tastes. The menu includes classic cold and hot starters, a selection of mains, and a dessert section that features kunafa, umm Ali, traditional Arabic desserts, and a pastry section. Enjoy live entertainment by an oud player while savoring the welcoming ambiance of Olea.
Feast on authentic flavors of Northern Chinese cuisine in a beautiful setting at Hutong. The four-course iftar meal includes chicken broth and mushroom dumplings for starters, steamed cod, chicken stir-fried in truffle sauce, and roasted Peking duck with pancakes for the main course. Don't miss the date pudding for dessert.
Bombay Brasserie, Taj
Enjoy a flavorful range of Indian preparations at Bombay Brasserie, Taj. The iftar experience starts with a selection of Ramadan staples, followed by mains such as Hyderabadi haleem, panchmela dal, Qubooli pulao accentuated with apricots and almonds, and served with yogurt.
Carna by Dario Cecchini crafts their iftar menu using locally sourced ingredients and serves it in an intimate space adorned in traditional Khaleej-style décor. The menu features dishes like zesty lamb ragu risotto, roasted lamb, local seabass paccheri, and the mouth-watering mango chili kunafa and date fondant for dessert.