Best Iftars on Palm Jumeirah

Here are some excellent destinations for you if you plan to spend your iftar in Palm Jumeirah. Check them out now!

Chloe Hoffmann
April 19, 2022 6:59 PM

Here are some excellent destinations for you if you plan to spend your iftar in Palm Jumeirah. Check them out now!


Our chefs created the menu with the tastes and likings of the Indian traveler in mind, bringing the world to your plate. Dining will undoubtedly be one of the highlights of your cruise vacation, with Pan-Asian cuisines, worldwide grills, Indian street food, and tandoor delicacies all available. If you are into vegetarian or Jain cuisine, our cooks will create a delectable buffet to suit your preferences. The Empress offers two specialty restaurants and an all-day eating food court. Diners can break their fast at the table with dates, olives, and dried apricots. Then there will be an impressive array of Ramadan favorites, including cheese and charcuterie, hot and cold mezze, a soup corner, Indian corner, live cooking station, shawarma station, and grill corner, as well as a plethora of food sections, including various cheese and charcuterie, the hot and cold mezze, a warm soup corner, Indian corner, even a live cooking station, shawarma station, and grill corner.

235 Dhs (per person). Sunset until 9 p.m. every day. The Palm, The St. Regis Dubai (052 698 0526).

Le Jardin

With a broad buffet including some of the best international gourmet cuisine from Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and India, there will be no food envy. On the patio, there are also theatrical live food cooking stations. Here you can watch the action. From 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., a delectable A la Carte menu of shisha and light munchies is available. Chef Coetsee Croucamp creates a unique gastronomic experience by combining traditional finger foods and snacks with a signature touch. The enticing drink and wine menu includes the best from across the globe, hand-picked by the bartenders. Iftar is served on an outdoor patio that overlooks the resort's gorgeous gardens and the famous Palm Jumeirah Island, giving it a regal aura. Le Jardin, a magnificent all-day eating facility, will serve all of your favorite Middle Eastern delicacies. There will also be a live musician performing traditional tunes. Thus, adding to the mesmerizing atmosphere.

230 Dhs (per person). Every day, from dusk till sunrise. Palm Jumeirah, Raffles the Palm Dubai (04 248 8888).

BLVD on One 

No matter what time of day, their 24/7 all-day dining place with alfresco seating is the right place. At this boisterous brasserie, there is truly something for everyone. BLVD on One is a dynamic, cosmopolitan bistro that serves excellent food cooked by people who feel that the tastes and scents we love are tied to our childhood memories. However, we understand that our visitors may desire to experience something new and unexpected. The BLVD on One at FIVE Palms offers a delectable buffet of Arabic, Indian, Western, and Asian dishes. Before going on, to live stations preparing lamb ouzi, mandi, and more, break the fast with varied salads, soups, and hot and cold mezze.

Dhs249. Sunset until 11 p.m. every day. FIVE Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jumeirah, Palm Jumeirah (04 455 9989).

Seaview Garden and Flow Kitchen

Come, gather beneath the stars in the Seaview Garden for a unique and mesmerizing outdoor Fairuz iftar and suhoor, and indoors at Fairmont the Palm's Flow Kitchen. A variety of over 150 foods are provided, including traditional Arabic, Indian, Asian, and many more foreign dishes that will help you to break the fast. There's something for everyone, including ouzie, along with a saj station with pretty warm akawi cheese and zaatar saj, the ever so special Arabic mixed grill, Indian laal maas, and chicken tagine, as well as cold and hot mezze, salads, sushi, soup, and desserts.

Adults pay Dhs295 per person, children between the ages of six and twelve pay half the price, and children under six are free (kids under six). Sunset until 9 p.m. every day. Palm Jumeirah's Fairmont the Palm (04 457 3457). Breakfast is served at Flow Kitchen. Every day, the chefs produce a different menu inspired by cuisines from around the world. Flow Kitchen features a laid-back vibe and amazing views of the Dubai Marina.

Zoya by Maui

Traditional Indian meals with a modern twist, such as Fried Chicken from Delhi and Gucchi Lamb from South India, is available on the menu. There are vegan and vegetarian options like Kadai Paneer and vegetable Parda Biryani. There is also a massive fish menu with coastal classics like Lemon Chili Fish. A select menu of accurately priced drinks inspired by traditional and authentic Indian favorites complements these exquisite entrees. The Chai Martini, Mumbai Mule, Taj Mahal, and Giddy in Goa are some of the signature cocktails and mocktails available. This upscale iftar buffet features 80 percent Arabic cuisine and only 20 percent international fare.

Adults pay Dhs210, while children aged six to twelve pay Dhs105 (kids below six). Sunset until 9 p.m. every day. The Palm Sofitel Dubai (04 455 5656).

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