In pictures: UAE iftar options this Ramadan
July 9, 2013
If the lively atmosphere of buffets is not your thing, venture to the quiet and elegant surroundings of Hakkasan at Emirate Palace in Abu Dhabi. The Emirates Palace venue’s iftar, dubbed the Summer Taste of Hakkasan, begins with crab and sweet corn soup???
The executive chef at the Ritz-Carlton in DIFC has created an innovative dish for Ramadan – Arabic Sushi. He lived and worked in Japan for three years, so has used his sushi-making experience and applied Middle Eastern flavours. The Ritz-Carlton, DIFC w???
Situated on 15th Street in Abu Dhabi, Cafe Arabia is a favourite of local families and the arts crowd. The service and the intimate setting allows you to feel like you are truly a guest in someone’s home. The buffet changes daily with selections of Medi???
The team at The Address Marina, a Dubai favourite, changed the set-up from last year by shifting all the food stations to the ballroom lobby. It’s a wise move since the ballroom has become a calmer place. Then again, who wouldn’t be chilled eating a v???
You may be at a five-star hotel, but the Sofitel’s Corniche restaurant’s iftar menu is full of home-made treats. From the tangy Moroccan harrira soup to live stations serving lamb ouzi and fresh cuts of beef and fish, the menu attempts to make custome???
Guests at the Burj Al Arab’s iftar are certainly not spoiled for choice. The list of buffet treats on offer at Al Iwan restaurant includes an amazing selection of around 100 items. The chefs drew inspiration from across the Middle East and North Africa ???
The venue is a perennial favourite for families, tourists and the business community. The iftar experience at the Ramadan Pavilion is a culinary and visual feast with Emirati and Middle Eastern cuisine offered. In addition, a variety of art work and photo???
Turkish soap operas are not the only thing to look forward to this Ramadan. You now have the chance to break your fast Ottoman-style at Rixos The Palm Dubai. Guests will be ushered into a lavish tent recalling an Ottoman Palace and offered Middle Eastern ???