JW Marriott Marquis, the world’s tallest 5* hotel, has come up with a range of Iftar and Suhoor options for Ramadan in Dubai.
Lasting for a month and starting on April 12, Ramadan is a highly spiritual time dedicated to prayer, reflection and compassion.
While traditional Ramadan and Iftar tents are not allowed this year due to Covid-19 restrictions, you’re still able to break your fast with family and friends and create your own Iftar and Suhoor experience.
Which is where the JW Marriott Marquis come in as they’ve created three excellent ways you can take time and reflect and enjoy breaking your fast.
Iftar at Kitchen 6
With six live cooking stations, Iftar at Kitchen 6 is the ideal place to eat your way around the world, whether with family or friends. From Middle Eastern classics and Indian tandoors to freshly cooked Asian wok dishes and some mouth-watering desserts, there’s something for everyone, including the little ones. And they also have a wide range of hot and cold mezze, kebabs, traditional Middle Eastern sweets and more. The Iftar runs from sunset until 9 pm daily and is AED215 per person.
Suhoor at Bridgewater
If you’re looking for Suhoor options, look no further than the stunning waterside terrace at Bridgewater. The Dubai Canal gives it a serene setting and there are some incredible Arabic dishes via their month-long special menu including lobster kibbeh, truffle cheese rokakat and smoked lamb pita. They also have a range of shisha on offer throughout the night.
If you’d rather celebrate at home with your loved ones, you can now book a delicious Iftar takeaway from La Farine. The Iftar feast is for seven people and offers a modern twist on the traditional Iftar spread, including a range of appetizers, mains and desserts from across the Middle East. Highlights include the smoked lamb shoulder ouzi, kunafa shrimps and an extensive dessert selection. It costs AED795 for seven people, with other packages available on request. Please order at least 48 hours in advance, for collection only.