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Ramadan 2021 in Dubai: Iftar best option

Ramadan 2021 in Dubai: Iftar best option Ramadan starts when the crescent moon (called hilal) coincides with the astronomical new moon. The exact date is decided by the UAE’s Moon Sighting Committee, agreed upon by the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department. The date is on Tuesday 13th April 2021. Ramadan is an important time in the Islamic Calendar, when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset for around 30 days. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam, alongside daily prayer, giving to charity, the declaration of faith and the hajj pilgrimage to Mecca. During Ramadan 2021 in Dubai iftars and…

Eshak - City Walk Dubai: The ideal place for your Iftar & Suhoor

Eshak – City Walk Dubai: The ideal place for your Iftar & Suhoor I discovered a new restaurant in City Walk: Eshak Dubai, Middle-Eastern fusion cuisine with an Uzbek influence. It’s a lovely place and you can decide to eat outdoor or indoor. The design is very accurate: I loved their comfy and old style armchairs and the cool paintings at the wall. During Ramadan, you can have your Iftar Set Menu’ (starting at the sunset; price 125 aed/person) or Suhoor (starting at 9pm; price 80 aed/person). I had an amazing Iftar starting with a rich bowl of lentil soup, baba…

Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent 2019

Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent 2019 What is the difference between iftar and suhoor? Both are the names given to meals taken outside fasting time during Ramadan: iftar occurs after sunset and suhoor before sunrise. Once the sun sets on a day of fasting, it’s a joyous occasion of eating and socialising. Most hotels and restaurants offer special iftar meals, most commonly a large spread of Middle Eastern mezze favourites such as hommus and falafel, and some traditional Emirati dishes such as baby camel, grilled sea-bass and halva (a dense Turkish-style dessert of seeds…

Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent 2019

Ramadan in Dubai: Iftar & Suhoor around the City What is the difference between iftar and suhoor? Both are the names given to meals taken outside fasting time during Ramadan: iftar occurs after sunset and suhoor before sunrise. Once the sun sets on a day of fasting, it’s a joyous occasion of eating and socialising. Most hotels and restaurants offer special iftar meals, most commonly a large spread of Middle Eastern mezze favourites such as hommus and falafel, and some traditional Emirati dishes such as baby camel, grilled sea-bass and halva (a dense Turkish-style dessert of seeds and honey), all…

Iftar & Suhoor Part 1: the best selection of Ramadan TentIftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent

Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent What is the difference between iftar and suhoor? Both are the names given to meals taken outside fasting time during Ramadan: iftar occurs after sunset and suhoor before sunrise. Once the sun sets on a day of fasting, it’s a joyous occasion of eating and socialising. Most hotels and restaurants offer special iftar meals, most commonly a large spread of Middle Eastern mezze favourites such as hommus and falafel, and some traditional Emirati dishes such as baby camel, grilled sea-bass and halva (a dense Turkish-style dessert of seeds and…

Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent 2019

Ramadan in Dubai: Iftar & Suhoor around the City What is the difference between iftar and suhoor? Both are the names given to meals taken outside fasting time during Ramadan: iftar occurs after sunset and suhoor before sunrise. Once the sun sets on a day of fasting, it’s a joyous occasion of eating and socialising. Most hotels and restaurants offer special iftar meals, most commonly a large spread of Middle Eastern mezze favourites such as hommus and falafel, and some traditional Emirati dishes such as baby camel, grilled sea-bass and halva (a dense Turkish-style dessert of seeds and honey), all…

Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent 2019

Ramadan in Dubai: Iftar & Suhoor around the city What is the difference between iftar and suhoor? Both are the names given to meals taken outside fasting time during Ramadan: iftar occurs after sunset and suhoor before sunrise. Once the sun sets on a day of fasting, it’s a joyous occasion of eating and socialising. Most hotels and restaurants offer special iftar meals, most commonly a large spread of Middle Eastern mezze favourites such as hommus and falafel, and some traditional Emirati dishes such as baby camel, grilled sea-bass and halva (a dense Turkish-style dessert of seeds and honey), all…