In light of government advisory to prevent the spread of COVID-19, restaurants in the UAE will be closed for dine-in during Ramadan. However, you can still order food for home delivery and purchase discounted gift vouchers to support your favourite restaurants. Please contact the restaurant for more information.
With so much going on in Dubai during Ramadan, it's hard to keep track. That's why we've put together our ultimate guide to Ramadan dining in Dubai.
This guide is conveniently categorized by topic, with each section directing you to one of our Ramadan inspired blog posts.
Read on to see everything happening in the city this Ramadan 2019.
The Best of Ramadan Tents in Dubai for 2019
Every year, Dubai is host to a number of spectacular Ramadan tents. If you find yourself struggling to sift through the countless choices this holy month, check out our list of some of the best Ramadan tents Dubai has to offer in 2019.
The Best Suhoors this Ramadan in Dubai
In Dubai, Suhoor typically starts at around 9:00pm and doesn't end until the early hours of the morning, making it the perfect opportunity for residents in Dubai to catch up with friends, relax with family, or head out for a quick bite to eat when most restaurants are usually closed.
Restaurants Open All Day During Ramadan
If you aren't fasting this Ramadan, you aren't entirely pressed for luck. A number of restaurants in Dubai will be open all day during Ramadan. So don't cancel your lunch or breakfast plans just yet, check out our list of some of the best restaurants open during the day in Ramadan 2019.
Affordable Iftars and Discounts
Looking for Ramadan restaurant offers and deals? With so much going on in Dubai this Ramadan, it's good to know where to go if you're in need of a cheap iftar.
We've put together a list of some of the most affordable Iftars, best discounts, and promotions for Ramadan in 2019.
The Most Luxurious Iftars in Dubai
Does Ramadan have you craving something luxurious for Iftar come sunset? No problem. Grab your wallet and bring your appetite, here's a guide to some of the most luxurious Iftars in Dubai this year.
Unconventional Non-Arabic Iftars in Dubai
One of the best parts about Ramadan in Dubai is the countless number of Iftar tents that populate the city. But, as well as the more traditional fare, Dubai is also home to many non-arabic and unusual Iftars that are often referred to as 'Non-Traditional Iftars'. So why not break your fast with with an all American feast, or even an authentic French spread?
We've put together a list of some of our favorite interesting and unconventional Iftar ideas in Dubai for 2019.