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Ramadan Dining

With Ramadan upon us, Iftar and Suhoor are the most popular dining options, however, if you’re not fasting then there are always restaurants open any time of the day to suit you and your palate. Atlantis, The Palm Atlantis,

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With Ramadan upon us, Iftar and Suhoor are the most popular dining options, however, if you’re not fasting then there are always restaurants open any time of the day to suit you and your palate.

Atlantis, The Palm

Atlantis, The Palm, is the ultimate place to spend quality time with family and friends this Ramadan, with a wide range of amazing dining options to enjoy. The culinary destination offers a whole host of Iftar buffets and set menus across a number of venues, including the beautiful Asateer Tent, Catonese favourite Hakkasan and international buffet restaurant Kaleidoscope.

COYA Dubai

Multiple award-winning destinations COYA Dubai and COYA Abu Dhabi, has announced they will present an exquisite new menu for the forthcoming Holy Month. Diners visiting for Iftar will be treated to quintessentially Peruvian creations with a twist, including mouthwatering Charentais melon soup garnished with white almonds and olive oil; Peruvian beans with black truffle and a herby tomato and aji rocoto soup.

These unique dishes can be paired with the wide selection of Latin American and international starters, as well as traditional ramadan desserts. Located at Four Seasons Resort, Jumeirah Beach in Dubai and The Galleria on Al Maryah Island, Abu Dhabi, COYA is the Emirates’ most exciting Latin American dining destination- making it a great venue for social gatherings this Holy season.

GIA Dubai

GIA Ristorante welcomes the month of Ramadan with a culinary journey of Italian cuisine inspired by Middle Eastern flavours. A gastronomic experience awaits guests with a range of contemporary, yet traditional specialties that will be offered for Suhoor throughout the month of Ramadan.

The menu includes new unique dishes at GIA, including the mouthwatering Antipasti piatto, a platter consisting of halloumi bruschetta, arancini, polpette, sundried tomato paste and homemade garlic infused bread. The elements of the Shakshouka Pizza are put on as a show where the delightful cheese is mixed, table side, with the tender baked egg. The Pasta E Fagioli Zuppa is a classic Italian soup with tempting veal bacon and a mix of white and red beans. For those fond of cheese opt for the Calzone Classico, a blend of mozzarella, cheddar, and halloumi along with spicy salami, tomatoes and is served with rocket leaves.

GIA will be closed during the day and will open from 7pm with extended opening hours until 2am.

Karak House 

Karak House, the homegrown Emirati restaurant in Downtown Dubai will be the perfect place to enjoy a modern and nostalgic Iftar during the month of Ramadan. Karak House will be serving a four-course menu that consists of dishes which are modern interpretations of traditional Emirati dining.

Located on the bustling Boulevard, the Iftar menu is priced at AED 109 per person and consists of classic dishes including soups, salads, main courses and desserts. Each dish is a beautiful representation of local heritage with modern flavours.

Guests can choose between a cozy and ambient indoor dining experience or opt to dine on the terrace which boasts glimmering views of the twinkling Burj Khalifa.


Famous for home-cooked goodness, great coffee, and comfort food, Markette Restaurant and Creperie, located in Dubai Mall, will be offering a special á la carte day-time menu during the Holy Month of Ramadan featuring a wide selection of breakfast, salads, sandwiches, crepes, mains and so much more!

Markette is a heart-warming concept, where you are the heart and soul of the kitchen. Markette serves home-cooked goodness, great coffee, and various fresh off-the-kitchen comfort foods. Cozy and casual interiors that mimic an actual kitchen with cabinets and accessories will make friends and family feel right at home.

Ramadan hours: 12 Noon to 2 am

Le Petit Maison

La Petite Maison Dubai and Abu Dhabi, the home of cuisine Niçoise, has crafted a delectable menu with Riviera-influenced classics using the freshest of ingredients for Ramadan.

Attain a state of tranquillity and be transported to dark green coastlines, and cobblestone streets in Medieval towns with its homey jovial atmosphere and light Mediterranean breeze, as you sit down for a special Iftar menu featuring a selection of La Petite Maison’s signature dishes.

La Petite Maison’s Iftar menu will be priced at AED240 per person (minimum two people) and will be served from 6.45pm until 8.00pm during Ramadan.


Palazzo Versace Dubai

Palazzo Versace Dubai welcomes the holy month of Ramadan with a culinary journey of Italian, Persian and international cuisines inspired by Ramadan’s true spirit of giving and sharing. Curated by Executive Chef Mansour Memarian, a gastronomic experience with a range of contemporary, yet traditional specialties will be offered throughout the month of Ramadan at Enigma and Giardino.

Featuring a striking entrance, high ceilings, landscaped gardens, and a range of well-crafted Italian furnishings, the hotel is truly symbolic of the Versace lifestyle- making it the perfect choice for a luxury Iftar or Suhoor.


Villamore, the popular beach-front restaurant in Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai, invites guests to break their fast this Ramadan in laid-back luxury with a specially curated Iftar menu inspired by the bold and exotic flavours of the Levant and Mediterranean.

This Holy month, embark on an inimitable culinary experience with a unique Ramadan set menu featuring an array of authentically prepared traditional dishes, ideal for sharing with family and friends. The menu embraces the traditional tastes of the Levant, bold and exotic, fused with fresh flavours from the sun-soaked shores of the Mediterranean.

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