Iftar in Dubai: 93 places to eat out in Ramadan 2019

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The recently opened neighbourhood eatery is serving up comfort cuisine from Lebanon and Syria this Ramadan with a three-course offering at its Jumeirah Lake Towers restaurant, as well as the newly-opened Barsha Heights outlet. The menu, which starts at Dh45 for solo diners and at Dh88 for couples, features a selection of soups, hot and cold mezzas, main courses, dessert and beverages and has been created to bring together families and friends. The menu features a choice of traditional Lentil Soup or the soup of the day complemented by cold mezza of fattoush and hummus, one hot mezza (mixed pastries or spicy potatoes or spicy sausages), one main course such as rice with chicken or meat, mixed grill, shrimp pasta, Ramadan beverages like jallab, tamr hendi, amarlden, laban and sweet treats such as creme caramel, umm ali, muhallebia, rice pudding and kunafa.

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