Looking for amazing iftars? You’re in the right place

From international fare to family friendly meals and suhoors, find your perfect iftar with our guide

Ramadan at The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi (6)

Family friendly

Sevilla

The extensive spread at this buffet includes a barbecue station, Arabic specialities, plus dishes from the Far East and Europe. AED 196 on weekdays, AED 245 on weekends, half price for children aged six to 12, free for children under five. Al Raha Beach Hotel. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 508 0431, fbsecretary.alraha@danathotels.com

Giornotte

Perfect for families, this generous feast includes favourites from Lebanon, Egypt, the UAE and beyond. Enjoy Ramadan beverages and traditional delicacies among a décor of Arabic lanterns, date displays and traditional textiles. AED 235, AED 120 for children aged six to 11. The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal, Khor Al Maqtaa. Daily sunset-9pm. Contact: 02 818 8888, ritzcarlton.com

Kuzbara

With daily specials, live cooking stations and a buffet of international dishes, this iftar has something for everyone. Daily from sunset. AED 200, half price for children aged six to 12. Marriott Downtown Abu Dhabi, Hazza Bin Zayed Street. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 304 7777, marriottdowntownabudhabi.com

Ginger

Gather your friends and family at this all-day-dining restaurant with a daily iftar buffet of Middle Eastern specialities and international dishes spread across live cooking stations. Options include mezzeh, soups, artisanal breads, carved meats and mixed grills. AED 199. Park Rotana, next to Khalifa Park. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 657 3333, rotana.com

Khayal

There’s a hearty selection on offer at this buffet, where you can take your pick from a wide selection of traditional and international dishes. AED 170 per adult, AED 70 per child. Marriott Hotel Al Forsan, Khalifa City. Daily 6.30pm-9pm. Contact: 02 201 4131, marriottalforsanlife.com/ramadan

Essence

With an Arabesque theme, the buffet at this all-day-dining spot includes traditional and international favourites. AED 306.25, buy-one-get-one-free for first five days of Ramadan, half price for children aged six to 12. Beach Rotana, next to Abu Dhabi Mall, Al Zahiyah. Contact: 02 697 9011, fb.beach@rotana.com

Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi

Al Maryah Ballroom is transformed into a Ramadan tent for the holy month, inspired by Middle Eastern design. Break your fast with dishes prepared at live stations and served on an extensive buffet. AED 200, AED 100 for children aged three to 12. Al Maryah Island. Daily 7pm-9pm. Contact: 02 333 2444, dining.abudhabi@fourseasons.com

Flavours

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Arabic, Asian, Indian and international delicacies make up this extensive buffet, where you can choose from mixed grills, pasta, vegetarian dishes and desserts. AED 174, AED 87 for children aged six to 12 years. Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel and Resort, Corniche East. Daily sunset-9pm. Contact: 02 677 3333, sheratonabudhabihotel.com

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Kunafe

There’s a wide variety on offer at this buffet from Arabic, Indian and Asian specialities to international dishes and vegetarian options. Featured dishes include laban immo, an Arabic lamb stew with yoghurt, prawns harra, shrimp dumplings, prawn tikka masala, beef short ribs, baklava and mango sago. AED 159, AED 75 for children aged five to 12 years, buy-two-get-one-free offer available. Le Méridien Abu Dhabi, Al Zahiyah. Daily sunset-10pm. Contact: 02 644 6666, lemeridienabudhabi.com

Tides

For those breaking their fast in the Western Region, enjoy an iftar buffet at Tides every day from sunset until 8.30pm. AED 149. Danat Jebel Dhanna Resort. Contact: 02 801 2222, jebeldhanna.danathotels.com

The Garden Restaurant

Gather the family for an iftar buffet in a casual setting. AED 175, buy-one-get-one-free offers available. Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi, Hamdan Street. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Contact: 02 616 6838, gardenrestaurant.cpauh@ihg.com

La Terrazza

This relaxed all-day-dining restaurant is offering daily iftar in the form of a traditional buffet. The menu changes daily with dishes including fish sadiyat, seafood salona, lamb koskash, quail freekeh and chicken mandi. AED 210 for adults, AED 85 for children aged six to 12 years. Hilton Abu Dhabi, Corniche West. Daily sunset-10.30pm. Contact: 02 692 4247, hilton.com

International cuisine

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For a sophisticated Italian-style iftar, break your fast with sharing-style starters featuring Mediterranean ingredients like cilantro, olives, smoked eggplant and ground lamb. Highlights include seafood risotto, chicken and pappardelle and vanilla gelato. AED 120++. Venetian Village, Khor Al Maqtaa. Daily until midnight. Contact: 050 899 9704, olives.abudhabi@venetianvillage.ae

Hakkasan

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Enter the elegant surroundings of this top-end Cantonese outlet and enjoy a curated iftar menu of signature plates. The four-course set menu includes dishes such as steamed dim sum, stir-fry tiger prawns in spicy lemongrass sauce, five-spice Wagyu beef ribs and homemade sorbet. AED 228. Emirates Palace, Corniche West. Daily sunset-8pm. Contact: 02 690 7739, hakkasan@emiratespalace.ae

Assymetri

Interactive live cooking stations serve up a variety of Arabic dishes and international favourites at this daily iftar. The buffet includes dishes such as fish sayadiyah, kofta kebab, chicken kabsa and desserts like kunafa, umm Ali and mouhalabiyeh. AED 140. Radisson Blu Abu Dhabi Yas Island. Daily sunset-10pm. Contact: 02 656 2000, info.abudhabi@radissonblu.com

Fairways

Enjoy sweeping views of the national golf course as you break your fast. Fairways at Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort and Spa hosts a daily iftar with contemporary international dishes including gazelle shawarma, camel and lamb ouzi. AED 225. Sas Al Nakhl. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Contact: 02 616 9999, westinabudhabigolfresort.com

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Break your fast without the fuss. This casual buffet restaurant is serving hot and cold mezze, a variety of Arabic specialities for your main course plus desserts. AED 129. Centro Capital Centre, near Adnec, off Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street. From sunset. Contact: 02 409 6666, rotana.com/centrohotels

Dine

Enjoy an iftar spread that includes a selection of Middle Eastern favourites and international main dishes, served from the buffet as well as live cooking stations and carving stations. Soft drinks, coffee, tea and Ramadan beverages are included. AED 150. Take advantage of the early bird offer of AED 110 if you book ten days in advance. Aloft Abu Dhabi, next to Adnec. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 654 5121, aloftabudhabi.com/events

Kaizen

Enjoy a selection of Japanese dishes with a special menu at Kaizen featuring grilled rice cake, noodles, sushi, soups, meat, seafood and a few sweet treats, too. AED 195++. Venetian Village, Khor Al Maqtaa. Daily until midnight. Contact: 050 108 9119, 02 404 192, kaizen.abudhabi@venetianvillage.ae

Market Kitchen

Market Kitchen Iftar

With bold and fresh ingredients, this restaurant’s signature style is on display during Ramadan thanks to its extensive menu featuring classic dishes with a local influence. AED 275. Le Royal Méridien, Fatima bint Mubarak Street. Daily sunset-11pm. Contact: 800 101 101, marketkitchenabudhabi.com

Rangoli

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Feast on an unlimited selection of Indian specialities including kebabs, tandoor delicacies, curries, biryanis and vegetarian dishes. AED 150. Yas Rotana, Yas Island. Daily 7pm-midnight. Contact: 02 656 4157, fb.yasisland@rotana.com

Azzurro

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With beautiful views of the creek and Grand Mosque, this Italian restaurant is a great spot to break your fast. Enjoy a three-course meal with dishes like lamb soup, meatballs in tomato lentil sauce and umm Ali with nuts and candy. AED 120. The Souk Qaryat Al Beri, between the bridges. Contact: 02 575 9993, azzurro@hhh-me.com

Pacifico Tiki

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A four-course set menu is on offer at this seaside spot. A menu comprising a soup, starter, main course and dessert features dishes such as bruschetta and a steak sandwich. AED 149. Al Bandar, Al Raha Beach. Daily from 7.30pm. Contact: 02 556 6090, facebook.com/pacificotikilounge

Butcher & Still

Let this Chicago steakhouse be a backdrop for your iftar and you’ll enjoy an opulent three-course set menu. Dishes include truffle poutine, Kansas City strip steak, key lime pie and more. AED 250. Four Seasons Hotel Abu Dhabi, Al Maryah Island. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 333 2444, dining.abudhabi@fourseasons.com

La Brasserie

Dine à la carte or opt for a carefully curated iftar set menu featuring dishes such as caramelised onion soup, crispy goat cheese pastille, mushroom risotto and chocolate and praline éclair. AED 100++. Venetian Village, Khor Al Maqtaa. Daily 7.30pm-midnight. Contact: 050 232 6253, venetianvillage.ae/la-brasserie

Saffron

Newly opened Pearl Rotana celebrates its first Ramadan by welcoming families to break their fast with a spread of international and Middle Eastern specialities and sweet treats. AED 165. Next to Adnec, off Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street. Daily sunset-9pm. Contact: 02 307 5555, rotana.com

Flooka

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Break your fast with a selection of healthy Mediterranean dishes served buffet style. AED 165. Eastern Mangroves Promenade, off Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Street. Daily sunset-8.30pm. Contact: 02 441 8244

La Petite Maison

Explore the Niçoise cuisine at this French fine-dining restaurant. A specially crafted, healthy and wholesome iftar menu is on offer to accommodate diners who have been fasting throughout the day. Dishes include quinoa tabbouleh, salt-baked seabass and cheesecake. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island. Daily 7pm-11.30pm from 3rd June. Contact: 02 692 9600, lpmlondon.co.uk/abu-dhabi

Tamba

It’s all about Indian-fusion at this popular spot where you can enjoy a menu of unique dishes like smoked pineapple soup, baba ghanoush with pulled beef and chili bhaji rolls and caramelised banana toffee cake. AED 180 per person, minimum of two people. The Hub, World Trade Center Abu Dhabi, Khalifa Street. Sat-Wed sunset-1am, Thu-Fri sunset-2am. Contact: 02 672 8888, tambarestaurant.com

Armed Forces Officers Club & Hotel

Arabic and international dishes are on offer at this buffet with a selection of live cooking stations adding to the mix. AED 180, AED 90 for children aged six to 12. Off Al Khaleej Al Arabi Street, Khor Al Maqtaa. Daily sunset-9.30pm. Contact: 02 441 5900, afoc.mil.ae

Bistro

Enjoy a selection of dishes from Lebanon, Egypt, India, Asia and the UAE at this buffet. The menu changes daily while live cooking stations will add to the occasion. AED 170. Courtyard by Marriott World Trade Center Abu Dhabi, Hamdan Street. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 698 2222, courtyardbymarriottabudhabi.com

99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant

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For its first Ramadan, this Japanese spot is serving up a ten-course menu of signature dishes and opulent classics. Menu highlights include baby lamb gyozas, nigiri, spicy tuna tartar and mochi. AED 199. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island. Daily sunset-9pm. Contact: 02 672 3333, reservations_ad@99sushibar.com

Sofra bld

Boasting beautiful views of the Grand Mosque, this all-day-dining spot welcomes diners to break their fast with a grand buffet. Local favourites are on offer including Arabian stuffed whole lamb, mousakhan and luqaimat. AED 256.25. Shangri-La Qaryat Al Beri, between the bridges. Daily sunset-8pm. Contact: 02 509 8555, restaurantreservations.slad@shangri-la.com

Afyä

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Signature dishes from Morocco, Lebanon, Egypt, India and the UAE make up this buffet. Highlights include dawood basha, mansaf and dajaj bel frekeh. AED 125. Traders Hotel, between the bridges. Daily sunset-8pm. Contact: 02 510 4818, afya.thad@tradershotels.com

Arabic themed iftars

Sim Sim

Celebrating its first Ramadan, this newly opened restaurant at Saadiyat Rotana is being transformed into an Arabic souk. Enjoy traditional dishes as an oud player soundtracks your iftar. Meanwhile activities will introduce children to the local culture and arts and crafts products will be on display from Al Ghadeer UAE, which empowers underprivileged women through sustainable crafts. AED 209, AED 104 for children aged six to 12. Saadiyat Island. Daily sunset-9.30pm. Contact: 02 697 0129, rotana.com

Abd El Wahab

Enjoy Arabic specialities with a set menu of hot and cold plates, including kebbeh kras, makaneh, mixed grill, kunafa and baklava. AED 150. Souk Qaryat Al Beri, between
the bridges. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 558 1616, facebook.com/abdelwahabuae

Choices

Enjoy a relaxed iftar with a buffet featuring Arabic specialities, Ramadan favourites and a live barbecue station. AED 150. Yas Rotana, Yas Island. Daily 7pm-11pm. Contact: 02 656 4169, fb.yasisland@rotana.com

Kahraman

Break your fast with a selection of traditional Arabic dishes plus unlimited Ramadan juices and soft drinks. AED 109+++. Southern Sun Abu Dhabi, Mina Street. Daily sunset-10pm. Contact: 02 818 4888, tsogosun.com

Ornina

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Pick from a variety of Arabic dishes at this Ramadan buffet. Items include Moroccan harira, mezze, fatteh, tagine, mixed grill and desserts. AED 120. Al Bandar, Al Raha Beach. Daily 7.30pm-9pm. Contact: 050 696 9312, facebook.com/orninaorientallounge

Urban Kitchen

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You’ll be spoilt for choice at this iftar, which features a wide selection of Arabic delicacies such as ouzi, falafel and mixed grill, plus dates, free-flowing Ramadan beverages and more. AED 145+++. Dusit Thani, Muroor Road. Daily sunset-10pm. Contact: 02 698 8137, reservation.table@dusit.com

Rosewater

Take your pick of Arabic specialities including ouzi and mixed grills from the buffet. An oud player performs Monday to Saturday from 8.45pm to 9.45pm. AED 220. Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Corniche West. Daily 7pm-9pm. Contact: 02 811 5666, jadrestaurants@jumeirah.com

Al Meylas

Enter this living-room style spot for an alternative iftar option. A set menu comprises dishes such as Emirate chicken soup, shrimp majboos, Moroccan tagine and homemade date cake. AED 185 per person, half price for children aged three to 12 years. Four Seasons Abu Dhabi, Al Maryah Island. Daily 7pm-9pm. Contact: 02 333 2444, dining.abudhabi@fourseasons.com

Ramadan tents

Layali Al Baraka

Enjoy Arabic hospitality at this iftar buffet with freshly baked saj, traditional Arabic coffee, Ramadan beverages and a live oud player. AED 175. Jumeirah at Etihad Towers, Corniche West. Daily 7pm-9pm. Contact: 02 811 5666, jadrestaurants@jumeirah.com

Layali El Hilmiya

The annual Ramadan tent at Le Royal Méridien returns, offering a traditional iftar buffet with Ramadan favourites as well as international cuisine. AED 170. Fatima Bint Mubarak Street. Daily sunset-8pm. Contact: 02 674 2020, leroyalmeridienabudhabi.com

Emirates Palace

Potentially the most extravagant way to break your fast is within the walls of Emirates Palace’s tent by the sea. Enjoy panoramic views of the water and a lavish buffet. AED 320. Corniche West. Daily sunset-9.30pm. Contact: 02 690 7999, restaurants@emiratespalace.ae

Hala Ramadan

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Unwind in Hiltonia Beach Club’s gardens where a dedicated tent hosts a daily buffet featuring traditional Arabic dishes like kofta, moussaka, dawood basha, cheese kunafa and umm Ali. AED 210 for adults, AED 85 for children aged six to 12 years. Hilton Abu Dhabi, Corniche West. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 692 4247, abudhabi.info@hilton.com

Under AED 100

Bareburger

Aside from offering complimentary dates and Arabic coffee for you to break your fast with, you can enjoy a limited edition Ramadan burger made from slow-cooked lamb, date relish, feta and red onion in a brioche bun for AED 50. Or opt for a meal deal for AED 69 with a choice of burger or salad with a side dish, drink and shake. Marina Mall, breakwater. Contact: 02 441 1723, facebook.com/bareburgeruae

Meshwari

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Looking to break your fast at home? Meshwari is offering two meal options for its Ramadan catering service: an individual chicken or meat shawarma platter with a choice of fries or rice, soup and a soft drink, or larger options for big groups with shawarma, fries, pickles, Arabic bread and garlic sauce. From AED 45. Multiple locations including Khalifa Street. Delivery 11am-3am. Contact: 600 500 404, facebook.com/meshwarieatery

Chateau Blanc

Baked Salmon

Explore global cuisine with a variety of international dishes. Take a journey to the Middle East with sumac hummus, baked dory in a harissa sauce and saffron date milk cake. Go Continental with dishes like avocado guacamole, buffalo chicken wings, kale Caesar salad and Texas grill baby chicken. Or explore Asia with prawn tempura mango salsa, vegetable Thai green curry and chicken katsu. AED 85. Villa B03, Marina Village, behind Marina Mall. Daily 6.30pm-9pm. Contact: 02 626 2651, chateaublanc.ae

Biryani Pot

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If you prefer to break your fast in the comfort of your own home, Biryani Pot will take the hassle out of cooking. Take your pick of a Ramadan beverage like labaan, rose lassi or jalaab, then choose a starter, main course – there are vegetarian options, too – a rice or naan side dish and dessert. An à la carte menu is also available for dine in. AED 59. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island. Daily 11am-midnight. Contact: 02 676 6555, biryanipot.ae

Peppermill

Break your fast with a set menu of Indian specialities. Dishes include tomato shorba, fattoush ala Indie, salmon pepper tikka, aloo tikki, vegetarian and non-vegetarian kebabs, curries and sweets. AED 99. Various branches including Eastern Mangroves Promenade. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 441 3582, peppermill.mangroves@tablez.com

Genghis Grill

At this pan-Asian spot, you can choose from dishes like vegetable spring rolls, Cambodian vegetable curry, mie goreng and traditional desserts such as mun chuem, sweet potatoes in coconut milk. AED 65. Al Wahda Mall, Hazza Bin Zayed Street. Daily sunset-8pm. Contact: 02 582 4449, genghisgrill.ae

Horizon Restaurant

There’s plenty of variety at this iftar, which features a buffet of Arabic, continental and Indian cuisines. AED 95, half price for children aged six to 12. Oryx Hotel, Zayed the First Street, Al Khalidiyah. Daily from sunset. Contact: 02 681 0001, oryx-danathotels.com

Carluccio’s

Choose from a two- or three-course menu of Italian favourites including calamari fritters, homemade lasagne, lamb shank and chocolate bread and butter pudding. AED 99 for two courses, AED 119 for three. Various branches including Eastern Mangroves Promenade. Opening times vary, iftar served sunset to 11pm. Contact: 02 441 3814, carluccios.com

Suhoor

Ramadan Pavilion at Emirates Palace

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Perched by the sea, this impressive and spacious tent is perfectly suited to its palatial surroundings. Suhoor is available à la carte with a minimum spend of AED 180. Corniche West. Daily 10pm-2am. Contact: 02 690 7999, restaurants@emiratespalace.ae

Kahraman

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This special tent pops up in Southern Sun Abu Dhabi just for the holy month. Experience Ramadan traditions while choosing from a suhoor menu available every night from 9pm to 1am. AED 60+++. Mina Street. Contact: 02 818 4888, tsogosun.com

Grill@25

Offering some of the best views of the city, this open-air rooftop spot offers a set menu every day from 8pm to 2am. Marriott Downtown Abu Dhabi, Hazza Bin Zayed Street. Contact: 02 304 7777, marriottdowntownabudhabi.com

Mijana

Settle down outdoors in a relaxed but sophisticated setting. Arabic dishes are served à la carte, while board games are on hand and an oud player will add a traditional touch. The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi Grand Canal, Khor Al Maqtaa. Daily 7.30pm-2am. Contact: 02 818 8888, bit.ly/1VxgFsU

Layali El Hilmiya

Arguably the most well-known of Ramadan tents, this returning venue at Le Royal Méridien will feature an à la carte suhoor plus a variety of entertainment. Dine on hot and cold mezzeh dishes, fatteh, saj kunafa, katayef and more, while playing games, watching Ramadan programmes on the large TV screens or listening to the live oud music. Set menu option available from AED 150. Fatima bint Mubarak Street. Daily 9pm-3am. Contact: 02 674 2020, leroyalmeridienabudhabi.com

Hala Ramadan

The air-conditioned tent at Hiltonia Beach Garden is open daily during the holy month. An à la carte menu is available for suhoor with hot and cold mezze items such as hummus Beiruti, soujouk and batata harra as well as saj, fatteh and katayef. Opposite Hilton Abu Dhabi, Corniche West. Daily from 9pm. Contact: 02 692 4247

Al Hilal Tent

This air-conditioned tent is offering an authentic Arabian suhoor experience where you can gather with friends and family, choose from special dishes on the menu and enjoy live entertainment. Marriott Hotel Al Forsan Abu Dhabi, Khalifa City. Daily 9.30pm-3am. Contact: 02 201 4131, marriottalforsanlife.com/ramadan

Shades

Enjoy the breeze poolside while taking your suhoor from live cooking stations and a selection of nibbles. TVs are also on hand to screen popular programmes. Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa, Sas Al Nakhl. Daily 7pm-2am. Contact: westinabudhabigolfresort.com/ramadan

Sky Lounge Thirty-One

Head to the rooftop of Grand Millennium Al Wahda to soak up the views and a bit of breeze while playing board games with friends. Suhoor is served à la carte. Hazza Bin Zayed Street, next to Al Wahda Mall. Daily from 8.30pm. Contact: 02 495 3916, millenniumhotels.com/en/abu-dhabi

Fawanees

Soak up the spirit of the holy month at Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi’s Ramadan tent where you can enjoy good food in the company of friends. Suhoor is served à la carte while an oud player sets the mood. AED 35 entry per person. Sun-Wed 9pm-2am, Thu-Sat 9pm-3am. Contact: 02 616 6142, events.cpauh@ihg.com

Sheraton Abu Dhabi Hotel & Resort

Lounge on comfy cushions at this Ramadan tent where you can enjoy traditional Arabic mezzeh and sweets with friends and family. Corniche East. Daily 8.30pm-late. Contact: 054 791 9022, irene.vilches@sheraton.com

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