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DUBAI'S FINEST LOCATIONS TO ENJOY IFTAR.



With the holy month in full swing, we know that there are a lot of festivities to follow. Whether you are fasting or not, Ramadan is a perfect time to unwind and catch up with your loved ones while you explore the city’s best Iftar & Suhoor. We know how time-consuming deciding can be, so we’ve curated our top recommended short list of options to help ease your decision making.

Bvlgari Majlis


With this year’s theme being The Wonders of Love, this garden like destination shares symbolic elements such as an olive tree as a center piece. Expect your Iftar under the starry stars to be an exceptional experience as you enjoy signature Arabic favorites with an influence of Italian cuisine.



Al Majlis Madinat Jumeirah


In true Arabian hospitality, this iftar buffet selection is very impressive. The often-used conference venue is magically transformed into a luxury Al Majlis with elegantly Arabesque elements that oozes luxury for the whole family to enjoy the space.



Iftar at Dubai Opera


To the theater’s tradition, performance of classical and Arabic melodies will be one of the entertainments of the night while you are treated to a lavish buffet of Arabic and international delicacies throughout the evening. This theatrical space is unrecognizable due to its magical transformation.



The Majlis at Mandarin Oriental


Hosting its first ever iftar tent that pays homage to the UAE’s rich culture, The Majlis at Mandarin Oriental features an exhibition curated by Emirates artist Yasmin Al Mulla. This unique space boasts stunning beachside views while it merges Middle Eastern cuisine with signature creations from Netsu by Ross Shonham and Tasca by Jose Avillez. With the Emirati artist Yasmin Al Mulla’s gallery on display, this sure is a unique experience.



Asateer Tent at Atlantis


This is an absolute icon when it comes to classic Ramadan venues in Dubai. You cannot plan for Iftar or Suhoor without thinking of the Asateer tent at Atlantis, The Palm. This year’s Ramadan, the tent has a beautiful al fresco seating option for you to enjoy the city’s skyline while you enjoy themed nights highlighting Arabesque cuisines such as Moroccan, Persian, Turkish & Emirati.

With our thoughtfully chosen options, we hope you experience an indulgent Iftar filled with universal culinary favorites to break your fast or to just enjoy the Ramadan festivities of this year.

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