5 April 2022
Partner Content: Break your fast with an array of delicious traditional dishes
Gather your friends or get the family together to break your fast this Ramadan in the spacious and lush surrounds of Café Beirut.
The already stunning (and very Instagrammable) location of Café Beirut has been transformed into an iftar oasis for Ramadan. Colourful lanterns hang above your head adding a magical glow to the space, an iftar tent has been pitched and luxurious soft furnishings have been added, making this an incredible spot to enjoy iftar with friends and family.
Located in Downtown Dubai, Café Beirut will be hosting lavish iftars throughout Ramadan. Guests will be greeted by a date and spice station and this will be followed by a specially crafted Ramadan menu.
Take a snapshot of the special occasion on the way in with the photo booth placed at the entrance.
Inside guests will be greeted with incredible interiors; a massive ceramic water feature and an olive tree under a domed glass roof reflecting the lights of Downtown Dubai.
As is tradition, the meal will begin with dried fruits such as apricots and dates.
Diners are invited to enjoy warming, nutritious soups which will be followed by an array of fresh and flavourful salads and cold mezze dishes; tabbouleh, fattoush, and smooth and delicious hummus.
A hot mezze selection is also available with bites such as mouajanat – parcels of minced meat and savoury filling, meat-filled soujouk flatbreads and Lebanese sausages made of high quality lamb or beef.
For main course, diners can choose from Café Beirut’s well-known mixed grill of tender and juicy meats.
Pair your delicious iftar meal with a glass of Vimto or fresh juices.
The food might be distinctly Beirut inspired, but the location is unmistakably Dubai. Whether you’re looking to dine as a large group or a twosome; you’ll be able to choose to sit under the incredible domed glass conservatory, or pick a seat outside in the greenery on the terrace with views of the famous Burj Khalifa – Café Beirut won’t disappoint.
Of course an iftar meal wouldn’t be complete without dessert. Sit back and relax with a selection of heavenly sweet treats, wash it down with a selection of teas and coffees including Turkish coffee.
Complete the luxurious weekend iftar experience and listen to the sounds of a talented and traditional oud player. During the week, guests will be able to enjoy the skills of a Tannoura dancer. Shisha will also available on the terrace.
With prices starting at just Dhs150, Café Beirut is the perfect spot for groups looking to break fast together in an enjoyable atmosphere. So, if you’ve been searching for a spot that will hit all the right notes, Café Beirut will tick all the boxes in terms of attractive interiors, great Lebanese food and a fantastic ambiance.