Sebastian Sykes20 May 2019 AT 02:23 PM

Three iftars to try today in Dubai

From Mediterranean-inspired cuisine to Arabic dishes with a Brazilian twist
Sebastian Sykes20 May 2019 AT 02:23 PM
Three iftars to try today in Dubai

Doors Freestyle Grill
Visit this restaurant at Al Seef for traditional specialities including soups, salads and main courses such as lamb chops, grilled king prawns and premium meat cuts. A large selection of fusion Turkish desserts are also available. There’s also top views out across the waters of Dubai Creek to enjoy while you dine too.
Where: Al Seef, Bur Dubai
When: Daily, 7pm-10pm
Price: AED345
Contact: +971 50 700 0375

Fish Market
Fancy feasting on the fruits of the ocean? The Fish Market near Dubai Creek doesn’t just offer fresh seafood as a key part of its varied buffet spread, but it also offers superb views of Old Dubai from its Mediterranean-inspired interiors. Expect everything from prawns to oysters, along with juices and soft drinks served throughout the iftar.
Where: Radisson Blu Hotel Dubai Deira Creek, Deira
When: Daily, sunset-9pm.
Price: AED199 (adults), AED89 (kids aged four-12), free (kids under four).
Contact: +971 4 205 7033

Fogo de Chão
This one is an absolute must for meat-lovers, as it offers a Brazilian touch on your typical Arabic cuisine. Running from sunset to 9pm, Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão’s nightly iftar gives diners the options to mix both traditional Arabic favourites with South American speciality cuts such as alcatra (centre sirloin), cupim (the hump from the zebu cow), and marinated chicken, all served tableside by gauchos. Sounds good to us.
Where: Central Park Towers, DIFC
When: Daily, sunset-9pm
Price: AED199
Contact: +971 50 616 5415