Quintessentially Ramadan Guide

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AL MAJLIS - MADINAT JUMEIRAH

Savour a sensational Iftar and Suhour menu at the famous Al Majlis. This spectacular venue showcases beautiful interiors and the warmth of Arabian tradition with live oud to make your experience that little more special. For a more intimate setting, book a V.I.P. Majlis for you and your guests. Al Majlis is one of the most popular spots in Dubai after sunset, making it the ideal venue to host friends or colleagues over the Holy Month. Sit back and relax as you take in the breathtaking décor that celebrates contemporary Arabic calligraphy. Open from sunset until 8.45pm for Iftar and from 9.30pm to 3am for Suhour. Al Majlis presents a charming blend of traditional Arabic culture and modern art. Elegantly designed with arabesque accents, every inch is a unique reminder of what makes this Holy Month magical. Whether it’s a party of four or a large gathering of your family and friends, your every whim will be taken care of. Savour a sensational Iftar and Suhour menu at the famous Al Majlis. This spectacular venue showcases beautiful interiors and the warmth of Arabian tradition with live oud to make your experience that little more special. For a more intimate setting, book a V.I.P. Majlis for you and your guests.

Iftar: AED 220 per person (buffet including beverages) Suhour: à la carte (AED 160 minimum spend excluding shisha) Children aged 4 to 11 enjoy 50% off Children below the age of four dine with our compliments

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THE MAJLIS - DUBAI WORLD TRADE CENTER

The Majlis at Dubai World Trade Centre celebrates the holy month of Ramadan with distinction. The award winning catering team presents the finest traditional Arabian cuisine and hospitality in a lavish Arabesque setting. Throughout Ramadan, Za’abeel Hall 6 at Dubai World Trade Centre will offer a choice of Iftar and Suhour, both served in true Ramadan style. For added convenience, reservations can now be made online with a 10% discount for advance payments. Iftar Open daily during Ramadan from 7pm onwards, the Iftar buffet is priced at AED 160 per person, or AED 85 for children aged 6-12, inclusive of V.A.T. Children under the age of 5, will dine free of charge. Complimentary parking will be available during Iftar until 8:30pm. Suhour Enjoy Suhour at The Majlis from 9pm to 3am with an award winning a la carte menu and flavourful Shisha options, carefully selected to create the perfect after hours dining experience with family and friends. In addition to the dining area, the lounge set up is ideal for groups of up to 8 guests, with an intimate sofa area including the option of up to three additional seats. Suhour reservations should be made online in advance, although walk in guests will be accepted based on availability with a minimum spend of AED 100 per person in the dining area. A deposit of AED 500 (AED 700 on weekends) will be required for the lounge areas.

A special ladies-only Majlis is available for Suhour this year in Za’abeel Hall 5, featuring a dedicated entrance, all female staff and the capacity to host up to 300 guests.

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THE RITZ CARLTON DIFC RAMADAN MAJLIS

The luxury downtown hotel, The Ritz Carlton, is inviting guests to break the fast with a culinary voyage of discovery across the region. The sumptuous menu has been specially designed with an enhanced focus on live cooking stations, authentic dishes and traditional flavours emblematic to the Holy Month.

Iftar • Sunset until 8:30pm • Complimentary Valet Parking for your guests

• Exquisite Iftar Buffet inclusive of Arabic fresh fruit juices, mineral water, tea & coffee • Regular rate at AED 199 (subject to 5% VAT) for weekdays. Book in advance to avail the early bird offer (Valid until 10th May 2018) • Regular rate at AED 169 (subject to 5% VAT ) on weekends. • Children below 6 dine for free Suhour • 9pm onwards • Complimentary Valet Parking for your guests • Live Entertainment (scheduled) • Shisha available starting price at AED 120 (subject to 5% VAT)

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ATLANTIS THE PALM – ASATEER TENT

The spectacular beachfront tent at Atlantis, The Palm is hailed as one of Dubai’s best tents during Ramadan. Famous for its celebrity-studded opening night, the tent offers an unforgettable experience, with traditional oud players, dedicated prayer rooms, card games as well as chess and backgammon. Iftar Enjoy the ultimate Ramadan experience at the iconic Asateer tent where glittering lights, oriental entertainment and a wide array of buffet dishes and traditional delicacies await you. Buffet: • Sunset to 8:30pm • AED 220 per person including water and Ramadan juices • Dress code is conservative, no shorts allowed • Non-smoking during Iftar Suhour • 9:45pm to 2:30am • AED 160 per person minimum spend (excluding shisha)

• Dress code is conservative, no shorts allowed • Only guests above 21 years old are allowed • Shisha is available • Pregnant women are not allowed for Suhour

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SUQ RESTAURANT AT FOUR SEASONS JUMEIRAH BEACH

Suq restaurant and tent, which overlooks the lush gardens at Jumeirah Beach, boasts bright, joyful interiors and live cooking stations that awaken the senses as guests step in. Chef de Cuisine Yahya Osman has created an Iftar buffet that is both steeped in traditional Arabic flavours alongside international favourites too. The lamb ouzi, arayes and seabass sayadiah are stand out dishes, as well as the rainbow selection of kofta brimming with either cheese, mushroom, pistachio or eggplant to offer a modern twist to the traditional dish. Chef Yahya’s innovative Arabic sushi is always a special surprise too. In addition to Arabic fare, a variety of other cuisines are on offer, from a sushi and sashimi counter to a pasta station, Indian station and even a live BBQ grill. The desserts go above and beyond delicious, with 18 different homemade ice creams to choose from, a live crepe station, a designated cake counter, and mountains of Turkish delight. Suq’s Suhour serves a dedicated a la carte menu of Middle Eastern cuisine, with menu highlights including kishek manakish, served piping hot from the pizza oven. Guests may also order Ramadan juices, soft drinks as well as tea and coffee, and shisha is available on request. The cosy atmosphere of the restaurant and tent has warm Arabesque appeal, particularly with the sounds of a live oud musician, which completes the idyllic setting.

Iftar - AED 265 per person (7:00pm – 9:00pm) Suhour - AED 210 per person (10:00pm – 2:00am) • Children under 5 years old dine free • 6 – 12 year olds receive 50 percent discount • Shisha is available on request

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CELEBRATE TOGETHERNESS IN THE ICONIC EWAAN RAMADAN TENT

Palace Downtown enjoys, once more, the stellar distinction of presenting the beloved Ewaan Ramadan Tent. It’s where a generous Arabic and International buffet is served over Iftar and Suhour, while live Oud harmonies played during Suhour fill the air with a sense of enchantment. Iftar • Iftar Buffet served from sunset to 9pm at Ewaan restaurant. • Buffet Menu in Ewaan is priced at AED 255 net per person including assorted traditional Ramadan Juices and water. • Get 25% off when dining in first week of Ramadan. • Guests can choose from indoor or an outdoor authentic Arabian ambiance with majlis-style seating options in the fully air conditioned Ramadan Tent. • Both upper and lower tents are designated smoking areas and under 18 are not permitted. • Valet parking is offered complimentary. • Other beverages to be charged on consumption basis. • Private Dining Room can accommodate 8-10 guests with minimum spend of AED 1,500 which includes cold mezzah & fruit basket on the table. Suhour • Suhour service starts 10pm to 1am on weekdays and 10pm to 2am on weekends at Ewaan. • AED 170 for limited buffet with a selection of Arabic delicacies, beverages to be charged on consumption basis. No a la carte service. Shisha: Single flavour, AED 105; Double flavour, AED 115. • Get 25% off when dining in first week of Ramadan.

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IFTAR AT OLEA KEMPINSKI MALL OF THE EMIRATES

Arabic coffee, fresh dates and beautiful sunsets with friends and family at the table. It’s that time of the year again, where for the next 30 days, diners can indulge in the beautiful spirit of the Holy Month of Ramadan and enjoy an Arabian authentic experience at Olea, Kempinski Mall of the Emirates, the contemporary modern Levantine restaurant. Just for AED 210 per person, food lovers can get together with their family and friends over a delicious Iftar buffet prepared in a truly Levantine style and enjoy delicious variety of hot and cold Mezzah and main dishes including Beef Oyster, Chicken Maqlooba, Lamb Okra, Lamb Mansaf, Veal Osso Bucco, Shrimp Mutaffa with Garlic and Lemon and much more. Diners can also quench their thirst with famous Ramadan juices such as Amareddin, Jallab, Laban Ayran, Mint Lemonade and Ward.

Sit back and relax as you are treated to live entertainment with tunes from the Oud Player and enjoy Shisha on the terrace daily from 8:00pm till 1:30am.

Iftar: AED 210 per person - AED 95 for children aged 6 to 12 years old Suhour: AED 90 per person - AED 75 for children aged 6 to 12 years old

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Ramadan Celebrations at the World’s Tallest 5-Star Hotel

Ramadan is a time of tranquility and reflection, a time to slow down and connect with friends and family. Celebrate this auspicious occasion with a wealth of options, including sumptuous Iftars at award-winning restaurants and stunning Ramadan venues. Iftar at Al Fanous Lounge, Dubai Ballroom Indulge in a memorable Iftar experience in Al Fanous, the opulent Ramadan lounge at the iconic Dubai Ballroom. From sunset to 8.30pm, AED 215 per person International Iftar at Kitchen6 For an international Iftar, step into the award-winning Kitchen6 restaurant, where six interactive cooking stations come to life creating an extraordinary selection of world cuisines. From sunset to 8.30pm, AED 225 per person Indian Iftar at Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar For an Iftar with a difference, Rang Mahal by Atul Kochhar will host a special 3-course Iftar menu, celebrating the heritage of Indian cuisine infused with a modern twist. From sunset to 8.30pm, AED 225 per person

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FAIRUZ RAMADAN TENT AT FAIRMONT THE PALM

After a very successful first year of hosting the Fairuz Ramadan Tent, the memorable Arabian experience is back for the second year at Fairmont The Palm. Enjoy an authentic traditional Iftar buffet or scrumptious Suhour with family and friends or for corporate events within the dedicated Fairuz Ramadan Tent. Bringing irresistible traditional delights, indulgent desserts and Ramadan inspired beverages, experience a culturally connected evening complete with live Arabian entertainment and impeccable five star service. The 581-square meter Palm Ballroom that seats 290 guests will be decorated in a modern Arabic style with options available to create a uniquely personalised event to suit any social or business occasion. From sunset, the Fairuz Ramadan Tent will provide guests or organisations with the perfect atmosphere to share the spirit of togetherness with a traditional Iftar buffet and Ramadan inspired beverages. Suhour will also be served. Iftar buffet: AED 215 per person (AED 195 if booked before 10 th of May) including Ramadan beverages. Children between 6-12 years old dine for 50% off, children below 6 years old free. Suhour: Al Fresco dining and a la carte service available in the courtyard. Shisha is available.

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TAWLET SOUK EL TAYEB IS BACK AT INKED

Tawlet is a “mom’s kitchen and table” concept, where every day the cooks, coming from different regions of Lebanon, will be sharing dishes drawing on their own history, traditions, and hometown flavors. The cooks of Tawlet will be at INKED from May 18th to the 24th hosting a series of Iftars and dinners and telling their stories with recipes from different villages from the South to the North of Lebanon, all freshly prepared in INKED’s kitchens.

Dates: May 18th – 24th, 2018 Times: From sunset to 9pm and from 9:30pm to 11:30pm Price: AED 275 per person, all-inclusive

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THE BVLGARI RESORT DUBAI UNVEILS THE BVLGARI MAJLIS

As part of the brand’s history, a special exhibition of Bvlgari heritage pieces will be on display to give guests a walk through time of the 130 plus years of the iconic brand and some of its most recognisable creations. Heritage pieces will be flown to Dubai for the Ramadan showcase, displaying quintessential Bvlgari iconic collections and bringing a heritage museum to the property. With the brand’s history, Bvlgari’s family heart knows only too well the importance of making the most of that precious time. Able to seat up to 190 guests for both Iftar and Suhour, the Bvlgari Majlis will also offer an intimate VIP section for 12 guests for a more exclusive private dining experience. With a mix of classical and modern Arabic delights, familiar flavours with magical Bvlgari touches, The Bvlgari Majlis will be a relaxed yet chic location, in its unique destination with views over the world’s first Bvlgari Marina and Yacht Club. The Bvlgari Majlis will be open throughout Ramadan from sunset to late night. Iftar is starting from AED 250 per person, inclusive of all food and drinks, while Suhour will be offered on an a la carte basis with a minimum spend of AED 185 per person – inclusive of soft drinks and juice selection. Children from 12 to 16 years old dine for half price, and under the age of 12 on a complimentary basis.

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OLEA AT ST REGIS SAADIYAT ISLAND RESORT

Mediterranean-influenced, Olea is the all-day dining venue of The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort. Located on the level one with a panoramic view of the ocean and beyond, this restaurant features cooking stations where staff, in keeping with the St Regis service tradition, await guests’ every whim. With its indoor and alfresco options, it is ideal for a relaxing dining experience with family or friends.

Iftar buffet rates: Adult Package at AED 275 Children’s Package at AED 137.5 from 6 till 12 years old Children under 5 years old eat for free

Food and Beverage: Arabic/Ramadan buffet with mixture of continental cuisine. Selection of Iftar juices, fresh juices and coffee/tea.

Timings: Sunset until 9:00pm

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EMIRATES PALACE – RAMADAN AT THE PALACE

An iconic landmark that reflects the splendour of Arabian traditions, Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi presents the perfect setting to immerse in the essence of the blessed month. Gather with friends, family and loved ones at the most stunning beachfront pavilion to savour specially curated Iftar and Suhour experiences and create unique memories to cherish for life.

Iftar: AED 320 per person Suhour served a la carte: starting from AED 180

From sunset to 2.00am

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AL MARYAH BALLROOM – FOUR SEASONS HOTEL

Al Maryah Ballroom is the central staging point for the Hotel’s month-long series of daily Iftar and Suhour packages. Boasting waterfront views, the impressive space is transformed for The Holy Month into an authentic Ramadan tent inspired by traditional Middle Eastern design aesthetic. Executive Chef Giancarlo Di Francesco has crafted an array of live stations and an expansive buffet that brings guests together to break the fast. At night, Suhour delivers a range of exciting tastes, with a sharing-style set menu of Middle Eastern and international cuisine.

Iftar – AED 200 per person (7:00pm to 9:00pm) Suhour – AED 175 per person (10:00pm to 2:00am)

• Complimentary for children under 3 • Children 3 to 12 years old dine at half price • Shisha available in Suhour area of the pre-function space of Al Maryah Ballroom

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THE ST REGIS ABU DHABI

Iftar In The Sky

The capital’s most exclusive Ramadan experience, an unparalleled Iftar in the world’s highest suspended suite – situated 220 meters up in the sky, adjoining the Nation Towers. These truly memorable moments are available exclusively for up to 50 guests on Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings throughout the holy month. The Abu Dhabi Suite promises a special affair for families and friends to enjoy with an extensive Iftar array of exquisite, traditional Arabian delicacies. • Guests can book individually or for private Iftar gatherings at AED 320 per person • Thursday – Saturday during Ramadan • Sunset – 10:00pm There is no better time than the Holy Month of Ramadan to gather the whole family and friends to experience the full spectrum of The St. Regis Abu Dhabi’s hospitality while getting immersed in regional traditions. Break the fast with a sumptuous Iftar buffet at The Terrace on the Corniche that takes you on a culinary voyage of discovery across the region, with live cooking stations, authentic dishes and traditional flavors emblematic to the Holy Month. • Iftar buffet including Ramadan juices and water – AED235 • Daily from sunset to 11pm Iftar At The Terrace On The Corniche

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JUMEIRAH AT ETIHAD TOWERS – RAMADAN AT THE TOWERS

Rosewater Located on podium level 2, Rosewater offers guests a special Iftar buffet with a wide range of Arabic food, ouzi, Arabic mix grills and a selection of Iftar juices, dates and water. • Iftar buffet from sunset to 11:30pm at AED 220 per person Li Beirut Visit Li Beirut for a culinary voyage that will take you through some of Lebanon’s most cherished authentic homemade creations prepared by Chef Jouni Ibrahim. Be pampered with Lebanese delicacies from our set menu every evening for Iftar and let us make your experience memorable. • Iftar from sunset to 9pm, set menu for AED 275 per person • Suhour from 9pm to 12am, set menu for AED 199 per person as well a la carte menu Layali Al Baraka Experience the joy of the season with friends and family in the lavishly decorated Layali Al Baraka venue. An exquisite buffet of regional delights will be offered. Arabic hospitality, including freshly baked Saj bread and traditional Arabic coffee, cooking stations, and a live Oud player 30 minutes after the prayer call. • Iftar from sunset to 9pm, buffet at AED 175 per person inclusive of Ramadan juices, still and sparkling water, coffee and tea

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