As Ramadan Iftar 2024 approaches, expectation builds for the cherished tradition of Iftar gatherings in Dubai. With an abundance of exceptional dining choices across the city, planning ahead ensures you enjoy every moment of this special season. 

Prepare for unforgettable evenings as Dubai gears up to offer an array of culinary delights against stunning backdrops. From enchanting creek-side vistas to the ambiance of authentic Levantine settings, the city promises a rich tapestry of flavors and experiences to enhance your Iftar celebrations. 

Discover handpicked venues that guarantee an Iftar experience that surpasses expectations, creating lasting memories amidst the warmth of shared meals and cherished company. 

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Olea, Mall of the Emirates

Embark on a tantalizing culinary journey this Ramadan Iftar 2024 at Olea! Immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of flavors hailing from the Mediterranean and Levant regions, as you indulge in our opulent Iftar spread. From tantalizing hot mezze to captivating live cooking stations and divine desserts, relish every moment amidst the enchanting ambiance of live Oud music. It’s more than just a meal; it’s an unforgettable gastronomic journey. 

Cost: AED 250 per person 

Early Bird Offer: 225 per person  

Timings: Iftar from Sunset – 10 PM 

Location: Olea, Kempinski Mall of the Emirates, 2nd Floor – Sheikh Zayed Rd, Al Barsha, Dubai  

The Atrium, Grand Millenium Dubai

Guests are invited to enjoy a diverse culinary journey with a wide selection of international and oriental dishes, crafted from 8 different cuisines. Our Iftar buffet includes tempting carving and live cooking stations, ensuring a delightful dining experience for everyone. 

Cost: AED 259 per person  

Early Bird Offer: 40% Discount 

Timings: Iftar from Sunset to 9.30 Pm 

Location: Grand Millenium, Barsha Heights – Dubai 

Jumeirah Beach Hotel

Dubai’s iconic wave-shaped hotel boasts a picturesque Ramadan Garden overlooking the Arabian Gulf and the famous Burj Al Arab. Delight in a variety of Middle Eastern-inspired dishes from live cooking stations while enjoying live music from a qanun and oud player. Families can relax as children engage in activities like arts and crafts, face painting, football, and outdoor cinema in the dedicated play area.  

Cost: AED 295 per person (Friday to Sunday) 

AED 275 per person (Monday to Thursday) 

Children Aged 4-11 Years (50% Charges) 

Timings: Iftar from Sunset to 20.30 

Location: Jumeirah Beach Road, Umm Suqeim, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 

Salvaje Dubai

Nestled against the stunning backdrop of the Burj Khalifa, Salvaje Dubai offers a perfect setting for intimate Iftar gatherings. Priced at AED 280 per person, their four-course Iftar set menu showcases the adventurous flavors of Japanese cuisine. Starting at sundown, the menu begins with Dates, Edamame, and Tomato-Kimchi Soup, followed by a delightful array of sharing-style appetizers such as Spicy Tuna Roll, SLVJ Salad, Short Ribs Bao, and Truffle Mushroom Dumplings. 

Guests can explore an enticing array of main course options at Salvaje Dubai. Choose from dishes like Lamb Chops with Tofu Feta Sauce and Pickled Cucumbers, Miso and Jalapeno Marinated Baby Chicken, Inside Skirt Wagyu, Black Cod with Japanese Plum Glaze on a Chard Bed, or Japanese Risotto with Truffle Paste. 

For dessert, indulge in delicious options at Salvaje Dubai. Choose from treats like Matcha Volcano with Coconut Ice Cream, Cacao with Milk Chocolate Mousse, Venezuelan Chocolate, Passionfruit Gel, and Chocolate Cake, or Yuzu & Yuzu Pie accompanied by Pistachio Brittle. 

Cost: AED 280 per person  

Timings: Iftar from Sunset  

Location: Address Residences, Opera District, Downtown Dubai, Dubai 

Zabeel House By Jumeirah, The Greens

As the sun sets, Zabeel House the Greens’ Social Company becomes a lively Ramadan Iftar 2024 destination, blending contemporary vibes with traditional Iftar traditions. Priced at AED 185 per adult and AED 75 for children, enjoy a curated open buffet offering a delightful array of hot and cold mezzeh, assorted salads, and soups like lentil and lamb harissa soup. 

For the main course, guests can enjoy classic Ramadan dishes served at the table, including lamb shank with puff pastry, shuwa rice, and shuwa sauce, or an Arabic mixed grill featuring shish tawook and lamb kofta.  

Vegetarian options are also available, such as mashis and grilled vegetable tagine with saffron couscous and tahini sauce. For dessert, indulge in pistachio milk cake with pistachio cream or sticky date pudding with caramel sauce, honeycomb, and caramel ice cream. 

Cost: AED 185 per person  

AED 75 for children 

Timings: Iftar from Sunset  

Location: Sheikh Zayed Road, The Onyx Towers, Tower 3, Dubai, 214362, United Arab Emirates 


This Ramadan, indulge in a curated Iftar menu from sunset to 8pm at this rooftop eatery, which promises a sophisticated culinary journey crafted by Chef Howard Ko. Start with options like date and roasted mushroom soup, burrata and tomato salad, or miso marinated cod kushiyaki. For mains, savor giant grilled prawns or a luxurious black truffle sushi rice risotto. Finish off with a choice of pistachio rose delight or meringue rose paired with dates and cardamom ice cream. 

Cost: AED 290 per person  

Timings: Iftar from Sunset – 9PM 

Location: Address Sky View, Downtown Dubai (04 582 6111) 

The Guild

Celebrate first Ramadan with The Guild’s unique Iftar menu, blending European cooking techniques with Arabian flavors. This local gem, inspired by bustling brasseries worldwide, offers two dining options during Ramadan Iftar 2024: The Rockpool, a seafood haven, or The Salon, reminiscent of grand dining rooms in Europe and New York. Don’t miss standout dishes like porcini mushroom velouté with aged Parmesan, seafood risotto with crispy prawns and Australian mussels, and spiced lamb shoulder with smoked aubergine puree. End your meal on a sweet note with saffron milk cake or baklava with rose ice cream. 

Cost: AED 245 per person  

Timings: Iftar from Sunset to 8 Pm 

Location: The Guild, ICD Brookfield Place, DIFC, Dubai, UAE 

Bab Al Shams

Experience an authentic Arabian getaway at Dubai’s longest-running desert resort. Reopened last year under Kerzner International’s Rare Finds Hotels and Resorts, it offers a range of Ramadan activities, including iftar at Al Hadheerah. This “Arabian theatre” provides a unique open-air dining experience with live entertainment rooted in UAE heritage. Enjoy traditional dishes amidst captivating performances by dancers, musicians, falconers, and horse riders. Explore the resort’s souq, featuring stalls selling handmade carpets and camel-wool pashminas for a true taste of local culture. 

Cost: AED 399 per person  

Timings: Iftar from Sunset till 11.30 Pm 

Location: Al Qudra Road – opposite Endurance City – Dubai – United Arab Emirates 


Join renowned chef Kelvin Cheung for his second Iftar celebration at Jun’s from sunset until 8 pm. Start with a mezze platter featuring edamame hummus, Jun’s hummus, and potato mozzarella samosas to share. For the main courses, Chef Kelvin has prepared a family-style menu including chicken claypot machboos and Jamaican Chinese lamb neck. Conclude your Iftar experience with baked sago, spiced black tea, and luqaimat for a satisfying end to the meal. 

Cost: AED 250 per person  

Timings: Iftar from Sunset till 8 PM 

Location: Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Blvd, Downtown Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 

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