Whether you want to break the fast with iftar or suhoor under the stars, or are celebrating at home, The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai in the heart of JBR has something for everyone this Ramadan.
The beachfront destination has lined-up a distinct culinary offering at its noted Amaseena restaurant, but the offer isn’t just limited to the Arabian dining destination.
A selection of dine at home packages have also been curated to bring the delights of Amaseena direct to your living room this Ramadan.
First up, Bedouin-inspired tents, an open air evening and Arabian melodies will create an authentic iftar experience at Amaseena.
From mandi-cooked lamb, traditional favourites and delicacies flavoured with hand-roasted spices, to tagine cooked in authentic clay cookware, guests will be treated to a lavish spread across nine food stations highlighting the best of Middle Eastern cuisine with dishes from Morocco and Lebanon, as well as signature Persian plates.
The iftar buffet runs from sunset to 9.30pm from Monday April 13 until Thursday May 13 (depending on the sighting of the moon) at Dhs249 person, inclusive of Ramadan juices and water.
Children below five years of age dine free, while those aged six to 12 get 50 percent off.
An à la carte suhoor menu is available from 10pm until 1am and is for adults only. Shisha is available at both sittings.
Prefer to celebrate with loved ones closer to home?
Order and collect an iftar or suhoor spread with a choice of three tiers, including favourites such as lentil soup, stuffed vine leaves, a plethora of dips and salads, falafel, kibbeh, fatayer, seafood and meat mixed grills, barramundi with saffron rice, Emirati lamb hares and umm Ali, kunafa, katayef nuts and cheese and fruit platter.
Parcels feed four to six people and are available from Monday April 13 until Thursday May 13 (depending on the sighting of the moon), and can be picked up from The Lobby Lounge from 8am to 9pm.
The Bronze box (Dhs680) comes inclusive of dates and dry fruits, Ramadan juices, cold mezze, hot mezze, chicken vermicelli soup, four main course options and three desserts.
The Silver box (Dhs900) upgrades to dates and dry fruits, Ramadan juices, 15 types of hot and cold mezze, choice of one soup, five main courses such as Arabic mixed grill, barramundi, vegetable salona and steamed rice, selection of baklava, and four more desserts.
Meanwhile, the Gold box (Dhs1,350) comes with dates, dry fruit, Ramadan juices, 17 different hot and cold mezze, two soups, seafood and meat mixed grill featuring lobster, prawns, salmon and lamb chops, Emirati lamb hares and seven dessert specialties.
Dhs249 (kids six-12 50 percent off, kids under five, free. Iftar buffet (sunset-9.30pm). À la carte suhoor (10pm-1am, adults only). Order and collect home iftar and suhoor parcels from Dhs680 (must be ordered 48 hours in advance). Until Wednesday May 12. The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai, JBR, [email protected], amaseenadubai.com (04 318 6150).