Kate-Lynne Wolmarans10 May 2018 AT 12:07 PM

6 great Iftars and Suhoors to try in Downtown Dubai

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Kate-Lynne Wolmarans10 May 2018 AT 12:07 PM
Asado
Asado
Sean Connolly at Dubai Opera
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Sean Connolly at Dubai Opera
3in1 Restaurant
3in1 Restaurant
Royale Ballroom at Palace Downtown
Royale Ballroom at Palace Downtown

Sean Connolly at Dubai Opera
The lavish venue will be celebrating its first Ramadan with a specially crafted Suhoor menu. The à la carte offering will include traditional Middle Eastern dishes as well as a number of Connolly’s signature dishes such as the duck fat chips and the whipped feta salad that’s served with watermelon, strawberry and tomato.
Where: Dubai Opera
When: 10pm-2am, Sunday- Saturday
Price: À la carte
Contact: +9714 362 7312, website

Sean Connolly at Dubai Opera

Asado
Serving a selection of Argentinian cuisine, indulge in a selection of menu highlights such as premium cuts of meats that are made to order on an authentic chargrilling parrilla. There’s an open grill in the centre of the restaurant that gently gives off the alluring barbecue smells that are sure to tempt the taste buds. A special set menu for Iftar will be present, along with front row seats to the fabulous waterworks of The Dubai Fountains and the towering Burj Khalifa.
Where: Palace Downtown
When: Sunset until 9pm
Price: AED255
Contact: +9714 888 3444, website
Asado
Royale Ballroom at Palace Downtown
Traditional and modern luxury merge seamlessly at this regal locale right in the heart of the Old Town Island, Downtown. The boutique hotel’s fancy ballroom will put on sumptuous Iftar and Suhoor spreads, featuring favourites of the Holy Month.
Where: Palace Downtown
When: Sunset until 9pm
Price: From AED225
Suhoor: 10pm-2am
Contact: +9714 428 7951, website
Royale Ballroom at Palace Downtown
Günaydin
Superstar chef Yotam Ottolenghi once said Turkish cuisine is “one of the most exciting and accomplished in the world”. Visit Turkish steakhouse Günaydin and you’re sure to agree. The Iftar includes a decadent buffet of salads and soups, mezzes and meats – like the satisfying fıstıklı kebap (lamb kebab with pistachio).
Where: Souk Al Bahar
When: Sunset to 9.30pm
Price: AED230
Contact: +971 55 487 0924, website
Günaydin
3in1 Restaurant
Embracing the spirit of giving, 3in1 is offering diners a sharing style Iftar menu that includes the likes of lamb ouzi, chicken shish taouk and lamn kofta. For dessert, you have a choice of umm ali, baklava crème brulee and the venues signature karak chai pannacota.
Where: Vida Downtown
When: Sunset until 10pm
Price: AED160
Suhoor: 10pm until 2am, à la carte
Contact: +9714 888 3444, website
3in1 Restaurant
The Courtyard
With four live cooking stations dishing up everything from ouzi to shawarmas and saj, you’ll definitely find a dish that will tempt your taste buds at The Courtyard’s Iftar offering. Before taking to the stations, guests will be treated to a selection of hot and cold mezzes and soup. Two main courses and four skewers will be served directly to the table, too. Make yourself comfy in the Arabic-style courtyard setting, where you’re welcome to play board games and smoke shisha into the early hours.
Where: Manzil Downtown
When: Sunset until 9pm
Price: AED195 buffet, soft drinks and Ramadan beverages.
Suhoor: 10pm-3am, á la carte menu
Contact: +9714 888 3444, website
The Courtyard

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