Experience a fusion of classic Ramadan flavors and international favorites at Atlantis, The Palm this month!
Breathing new life into the stunning marquee for the highly anticipated Iftar and Suhoor buffet, the Asateer Tent will showcase dishes designed by each kitchen to pay homage to traditional Emirati cuisine, while offering a modern twist on some classic dishes.
The talented Ali El Bourji, Executive Oriental Head Chef of Ayamna manages the kitchen of Asateer, one of the largest Ramadan tents in the UAE, serving Iftar and Suhoor to over 60,000 guests during the Holy Month of Ramadan. Diners will be spoilt for choice, as the Iftar buffet not only comprises traditional Arabic delicacies, but will also be extended to include delicious dishes found across Europe. Bread Street Kitchen will be serving its famous shepherd’s pie, and Ronda Locatelli its notorious porcini mushroom risotto. Accompanying these dishes will be the Iftar and Suhoor buffets, which offer an exquisite selection of Ramadan favourites such as, lamb kebbeh, a shawarma station, and an Arabic mixed grill. Asateer Tent will also feature ten different dessert stations, including a traditional live, Arabic sweet-making station, hot favourites such as umm ali, as well as an ice cream station and chocolate fountain.
There will also be an a la carte menu on offer during Suhoor at Asateer, which will include hot and cold mezzeh, soup, grilled meat and seafood, Ramadan special desserts, as well as a variety of shishas. Visitors will also be treated to live entertainment throughout Suhoor.
Atlantis, The Palm’s Asateer Tent sits in a unique setting overlooking the Arabian Gulf and Palm Island, with a backdrop of Dubai’s stunning skyline, which creates a tranquil and relaxed atmosphere. The meaning of Asateer translates to ‘myths’ of authentic Arabia, which is reflected in the ambiance and embellishments of the tent. Decorated with luxury furnishings such as ornate chandeliers, 85” plasma screens, games and Playstations, the Asateer tent provides a welcoming and enjoyable Iftar experience for the whole family.
The Iftar buffet is priced at AED 220 per person, which is inclusive of water and Ramadan juices, and AED 110 for those aged 3 – 12. The minimum spend for Suhoor is AED 160 per person, with food being served from 9.30pm until 11pm for groups. Guests are welcome to stay and enjoy the tent and its offerings until 3am.
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