Top 3 iftars to try this weekend
As we ease our way into Ramadan, here are three more hotspots for you to break your fast at. Middle East has the hot spots…
Ramadan and food cannot be separated and as the holy month gets into its stride, we seek out more of the finest culinary experiences. From traditional Arabic to traditional English cuisine, Buro 24/7 Middle East has the top iftar places for this weekend.
Fortnum & Mason
For those who prefer a more English affair, Fortnum & Mason presents its Ramadan Feast Menu. Specially curated to offer a true British experience, the menu includes English classics roasted spatchcock chicken, braised lamb shank, confit duck as well as smoked salmon and prawns. To round off the perfect English meal, indulge in the restaurant\’s fine selection of delicious signature desserts.
Enjoy a three-course Argentinian meal at Gaucho Dubai. Start off the culinary adventure with fresh Latin bread or mini beef empanadas before mains, which include 100g Ancho steak, spatchcock chicken or if you prefer seafood, the gambas brochette. Finally, finish the meal with the restaurant\’s take on the date and pecan tart.
The Address Dubai Marina
For a mix of tradition with a contemporary touch, head to the modern Constellation Ballroom at The Address Dubai Marina. With a buffet spread that includes both Arabic and international cuisine, along with a live Oud player to further calm the senses, the hotel ensures a memorable iftar experience. And don\’t forget to sample the hotel\’s twist on the popular Ramadan drink Tamer Hindi.