Iftar and Suhoor mark the beginning and end of the period during Ramadan where Muslims can eat, drink and perform any of the actions that are forbidden during the times the sun is up. Godesto.com’s list of the best Dubai Iftar and Suhoor near the Palm should give you the chance to enjoy this amazing Ramadan tradition near you.
Al Falak Ballroom
What it is: Al Falak Ballroom will be hosting a beautiful and elegant Ramadan iftar throughout Ramadan at one of the most iconic locations in Dubai, the Burj Al Arab. Live performances and amazing food to help you break your fast.
Where to go: Al Falak Ballroom at the Burj Al Arab.
When to go: Throughout Ramadan, any day from sunset.
How much it costs: It’ll cost around 255 AED (£52).
What it is: Another amazing opportunity for the Burj Al Arab, enjoy this fantastic and delicious traditional Arabic buffet for Iftar as well as a beautiful view of the Arabian gulf.
Where to go: Al Iwan at the Burj Al Arab.
When to go: Every day during Ramadan from sunset onwards.
How much it costs: It’s up for 295 AED (£60).
What it is: One of the most beautiful locations in Dubai will give you the chance to settle in for a luxurious iftar buffet for Ramadan.
Where to go: Head to Imperium at Jumeirah Saray at The Palm.
When to go: Every day throughout Ramadan from sunset.
How much it costs: It’ll cost you only 195 AED (£39.50).
What it is: Anatolian style Turkish cuisine is on offer from Rüya in Dubai at the Grosvenor House Hotel with a sharing-style buffet in the traditional style for iftar.
Where to go: Find Rüya Dubai at Grosvenor House Hotel.
When to go: Any day from sunset until 11:00 PM.
How much it costs: It’ll cost you 229 AED (£46.50).
What it is: If you venture out into the Eastern Crescent of The Palm, then you will find an amazing and beautiful scenic area to enjoy an iftar buffet. There will be a number of live cooking stations and some of the most impressive selections of Arabic sweets and treats, perfect for washing down your amazing iftar meal.
Where to go: Head to Mezzerie at the Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah.
When to go: From sunset until 8:30 PM throughout Ramadan.
How much it costs: It’ll cost 205 AED (£41.50).