Top 3 iftars to enjoy at home this Ramadan
Break your fast at home with a gourmet feast
For iftar with a Peruvian twist, Coya Dubai puts its own creative spin on a hearty Ramadan menu, brimming with soups, appetisers, small plates, mains and desserts. Expect the likes of cream of pumpkin soup, wild mushroom ceviche, kale salad, beef ribs, corn-fed chicken and more.
Orders can be placed by calling Coya Dubai on 04 3169600
Anantara Eastern Mangroves
This Ramadan, Anantara Eastern Mangroves is making it easier for families to spend time together at home. The hotel’s world-class chefs have created mouth-watering menus for suhoor and iftar that you can enjoy from the comfort of your home, thanks to meal delivery and pick-up services.
Both menus include classic hot and cold mezze dishes – from tabbouleh and moutabel to falafel and kibbeh – a selection of soups, grilled delights, including shish taouk and kofta, as well as desserts such as mahalabia and tiramisu.
To view the menu and place your order, please visit abu-dhabi.anantara.com.
Asateer, Atlantis The Palm
Although Atlantis The Palm’s famed Asateer tent is not open this year, diners can still enjoy Dubai’s favourite iftar from the comfort of their home.
Delivered in partnership with Uber Eats and Zomato, the menu includes a chef’s selection of signature dishes, including lentil soup, hot and cold mezze, a selection of grilled specials, such as slow-cooked lamb shoulder with oriental rice. For dessert, you can enjoy baklava, katayef or maamoul mad bil ashta.