This Ramadan, Arabian Courtyard Hotel & Spa, invites you to break your fast with a wide selection of Arabic and International delicacies at Al Khaimah Hall located on 1st floor where an iftar buffet is prepared by the property’s culinary experts.
Masood and I attended their pre-iftar dinner a few days ago, which is basically a mock-up of what is to be expected during Radaman.
The live cooking station includes a chaat counter with pani puris, papri chaat, two varieties of tempered chana, mouthwatering onion pakoras, chilli pakoras, falafel, and spinach fatayer.
The other live cooking station was set in an adjoining open-spaced area and offers Pakistani and Arabic grilled meats.
After a whole day of not eating and drinking, Muslims traditionally break their fast with a few dates and water. Nothing is more sweeter and pleasing to the tastebuds as these plump fruits at the end of the day.
The iftar buffet costs AED 75 per person.
Travel blogger ‘liya and her husband stayed at this hotel when they visited Dubai (was it two years ago?). This couple has travelled far and wide, and are one of the sweetest people Masood and I have ever met.
Located in downtown Bur Dubai, the Arabian Courtyard represents the true warm hospitality of the Arabian feel. Free valet parking will be offered to all guests. For reservations and group bookings, please call +971 4 351 9111 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
· One Complimentary iftar for every group of 10
· 50% Discount for children below 12 years old
· 15% Discount form 8:30 pm – 10.00 pm