Ramadan 2021: 5 Places To Enjoy Iftar Feast In Dubai

The Holy Month of Ramadan will start on Monday, April 12. During Ramadan, we all look forward to practising kindness and perform good deeds, and we equally look forward to Iftar. Iftar is the meal served at sunset after we break the fast. And during Iftar, right from biryani to pudding, one eats everything. Iftar in Dubai is a huge deal- however, with things being a bit different this year, there are some restrictions for Iftar celebrations in the UAE. However, hotels and restaurants are celebrating Iftar with all the safety measures in place. So whether you fast or not, here are five places in Dubai that you must visit to savour a grand Iftar feast.

1. Counter Culture Cafe
Located in Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel and Suites, Counter Culture Cafe has a delectable Iftar spread this year. For AED 175, you get to savour traditional hot and cold mezze, juicy grills and lip-smacking desserts with refreshing Arabic beverages. So whether you fast or not, this place should be on your list.

The Holy Month of Ramadan will start on Monday, April 12. During Ramadan, we all look forward to practising kindness and perform good deeds, and we equally look forward to Iftar. Iftar is the meal served at sunset after we break the fast. And during Iftar, right from biryani to pudding, one eats everything. Iftar in Dubai is a huge deal- however, with things being a bit different this year, there are some restrictions for Iftar celebrations in the UAE. However, hotels and restaurants are celebrating Iftar with all the safety measures in place. So whether you fast or not, here are five places in Dubai that you must visit to savour a grand Iftar feast.


1. Counter Culture Cafe
Located in Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel and Suites, Counter Culture Cafe has a delectable Iftar spread this year. For AED 175, you get to savour traditional hot and cold mezze, juicy grills and lip-smacking desserts with refreshing Arabic beverages. So whether you fast or not, this place should be on your list.

2. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel
The hotel is providing you with Iftar options. People who want to dine-in can visit Kitchen6, where they’ll get to enjoy six interactive cooking stations serving international cuisine for AED 215 per person. And those who want to savour the meals from the comfort of their homes can order from La Farine and receive a takeaway iftar box for seven people at AED 795 filled with hot and cold mezze, kebabs and more.

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3. Rove Hotels
Located across various locations in Dubai, Rove Hotels is celebrating Iftar with a twist. This Ramadan, Rove Hotel is encouraging random acts of kindness by offering guests something special. Purchase Iftar at AED 99 from The Daily Restaurant at Rove and win a free voucher for a second iftar to pass on to a family member, friend, or anyone who needs it. Once passed on, the iftar vouchers can be redeemed at any of The Daily restaurants in Rove Hotels across Dubai. Now that’s what we call sharing is caring.

4. Yalumba
Located at Le Meridien Dubai, Yalumba is looking forward to offering guests traditional Arabian hospitality. The restaurant has offerings of more than one hundred menu items, ranging from traditional Middle Eastern and Mediterranean dishes- soups, salads, hot and cold mezze platters and lamb machboos and chicken tagine – all for just AED 169. Now ain’t that appetizing?


5. Asil
Locates at Rixo Premium Dubai in JBR, Asil is offering a great deal this Ifar. For AED 199 per person, savour 30 different dishes at the restaurant. The menu includes hot mezze, Turkish cheese borek, Lebanese kebbeh bil laban and more. The daily special is one the restaurant will suggest you try.