It's that time of year again where Ramadan is just around the corner and restaurants have started telling Irhal.com about their upcoming iftar buffet deals. The following is a listing of all iftar deals at The Address Dubai Mall this Ramadan 2011:
Family Iftar at NA3NA3
During the Holy Month of Ramadan, enjoy the buzz of Na3Na3’s open kitchen, live cooking stations and lavish buffets. Savour classic Arabic specialties and relax while you enjoy the warm hospitality of the venue. Tantalize your palate with freshly baked bread and delicious saj in addition to the oriental mezzah and salads. Kebabs and seafood are grilled a la minute. An array of traditional Ramadan desserts will be available and an oud player will perform everyday.
Timing: From sunset to 11pm
Price: AED 170 per person including traditional Ramadan drinks and soft beverages
Corporate Iftar in the Diamond Ballroom
In keeping with the spirit of the Holy Month of Ramadan, organise a special get together for your company staff with a delicious buffet exclusively prepared for your group.
Timing: Sunset to 9pm
Price: AED 160 per person including soft beverages (minimum 50 guests); Get 15% off through an early bird group offer for Iftar at our restaurants or ballroom by booking before July 15
Feast of Fun at Na3Na3 this Eid
For a fulfilling celebratory feast this Eid, visit NA3NA3, one of the best Arabic specialty restaurants in town. Choose home-style cooking with a masterful touch. The spread includes a wide selection of Arabic and international specialties. While you relax children can enjoy the Kids’ Corner with face-painting and other fun activities.
Timing: 12.30pm to 3.30pm
Price: AED 185 per person including soft beverages
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