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Ramadan Nights at the Palace

Emirates Palace is proud to host the most stunning Ramadan Pavilion in Abu Dhabi, providing the ideal venue for Iftar and Sohour in the city.

Savour a sprawling buffet of traditional Ramadan favourites for Iftar, and enjoy the aroma of shisha with special set menus for Sohour.

The custom-built pavilion will sit on hundreds of square metres overlooking the beach on one side and the stunning façade of the hotel on the other.

Ramadan TentSignature dishes from Mezlai, the famous Emirati restaurant at Emirates Palace, and traditional delicacies of the Holy Month will be offered in an extensive buffet every night. Savour succulent grilled meats with traditional accompaniments and fresh hammour marinated with saffron and herbs. Indulge on traditional Emirati favourites, or a selection of continental delicacies. Sweeten your meal with a stunning selection of traditional and international desserts. With live cooking and carving stations to whet every palate, the Iftar buffet at the Palace will be an experience for all senses.

Suhoor will feature special set menus as well as à la carte items with the best traditional dishes, and a selection of fragrant shishas to take you into the night.

The pavilion will include a large open dining area for Iftar buffets, four private majlis, and a separate lounge area. A custom-fitted climate control system will keep guests cool around-the-clock.  Comfortable seating spread throughout the pavilion will create cosy enclaves to enjoy time with friends and family throughout the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Iftar buffet is AED 265* and the Sohour à la carte menu requires a minimum spend of AED 125* with shisha.

Ramadan Pavilion    Open for Iftar from sunset to 9:30 pm
                                      Open for Sohour from 10:00 pm to 2:00 am

Contact us to make a reservation or for more information.

 

 

Please be advised a strict dress code policy applies to all persons visiting the Ramadan Tent.
*prices are per person and exclude 10% service charge and 6% tourism fee.


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