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9 Magnificent Spots To Celebrate Ramadan In Abu Dhabi and Al Ain

9 Magnificent Spots To Celebrate Ramadan In Abu Dhabi and Al Ain

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9 Magnificent Spots To Celebrate Ramadan In Abu Dhabi and Al Ain

1. Iftar Buffet at La Terrazza Restaurant

Iftar Buffet at La Terrazza Restaurant

Enjoy a memorable iftar at La Terrazza Restaurant during Ramadan. La Terrazza has beautiful Ramadan-themed decorations and a stunning international buffet with Arabic mezze and salads, ouzi, shawarma, rich desserts, and drinks with a Ramadan theme. The first 10 days of Ramadan are the best time to book because you can save up to 20%.

2. Iftar at the West Bay Lounge

At West Bay Lounge, you can break your fast with a special Iftar as the sun sets over the beach. Arabic mezze, mixed grills of tender meat, and sweet Arabic desserts are all on the à la carte menu. Traditional Ramadan juices like jellab, kamar el dine, and laban ayran are served while oud music plays in the background. Book one of the beautiful tented tables by the beach for a more private meal.

3. Iftar at Vertigo

Iftar is served at Vertigo in private cabanas on the beach. The opulent menu at Vertigo includes starters that can be shared and main courses that can be eaten as a family. In the private cabanas, families, close friends, or small groups can have a wonderful, authentic time while enjoying the cool sea breeze.

4. The village has an Iftar buffet

During Ramadan, The Village at Le Méridien Abu Dhabi is a great place to have Iftar. Break your fast with traditional Ramadan juices, dates, and sweets; hot soup; a variety of breads and pastries; a variety of fresh salads; Arabic mezze; Arabic mixed grills; and desserts. During the first week of Ramadan, you can get a 20% discount and eat at the buffet in the large outdoor area.

5. Breakfast on the Spa Sundeck

A live oud player plays every day on the Spa Sundeck, which has been turned into a special Arabic seating area with a small tent. Suhoor is a daily meal that includes tawle and card games, as well as an à la carte menu with live food stations and displays of oriental foods like assorted mezze, falafel, manakish, and Arabic drinks. Don't miss out on the tasty Arabic sweets, and end your suhoor with Moroccan sweets.

6. Iftar Buffet at Flavours Restaurant

During Ramadan, the Flavors restaurant at the Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort gets decorated with lights and decorations. Enjoy a large Iftar buffet with live stations serving hot and cold mezze, oriental hot soup, salads, fresh breads and pastries, and main dishes like ouzi and shawarma. There are also Arabic sweets and juices for Ramadan.

7. The B-Suhoor Lounge's Tray

The Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort's B-Lounge is the best place to enjoy the wonderful Ramadan nights. Grab some pica pica and a seat in one of our cabanas as our cooks prepare an abundance of suhoor plates. Traditional dishes like hummus, fattoush, baba ganoush, Arabic cheese, labneh, kibbeh, sambousek, and makdous are on the suhoor platter, along with the chef's special of the day.

8. The St. Regis Abu Dhabi

The St. Regis Abu Dhabi is one of the city's premier luxury hotels and a great place to celebrate Ramadan. The hotel's Ramadan tent offers a traditional Arabic ambiance, live music and entertainment, and a vast buffet of Middle Eastern and international cuisine. There are also private dining areas for larger groups, making it a great place for families and friends to gather.

9. Suhoor at Makani

Suhoor is a rich meal that is served at Makani, which is in the beautiful Radisson Blu Hotel & Resort Al Ain. Chef Mohamed, who works at the resort, makes a weekly themed suhoor based on the food of Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Morocco, and Lebanon. You can eat outside in the beautiful Makani gardens. Guests can enjoy the best of oriental and Arabic cuisine, which is served at the table for an authentic feel.


Suhoor is the meal that is eaten before sunrise, before the daily fast starts. This year, if you want suhoor in Abu Dhabi, there are a lot of restaurants and Ramadan tents that are open until the early hours.

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