A Peruvian style restaurant, the Coya has become a popular place to hang out for the tourists and locals. The restaurant serves all types of delicious food, but the toffee date cake and Medjool date soup are unanimously a favourite.
Location: The Galleria, Al Maryah Island, Abu Dhabi.
Bab Al Qasr Hotel
The Iftar dinner will be grand at this hotel and will be set up in a huge tent that can hold about 500 people. Guests can enjoy the Iftar buffet along with a special à la carte Suhoor menu. Also, a variety of shisha flavours will be available for those who smoke.
Location: Corniche Rd W - Abu Dhabi
This place hosts daily Iftars and offers you a scrumptious multi-cuisine spread. However, the buffet mix-and-pick style will make the experience exciting.
Location: Marriott Hotel Al Forsan, Abu Dhabi.
This one is an old favourite and presents a huge fare along with live cooking and carving stations. You will find the usual Ramadan favourites along with a variety of continental delicacies and desserts which you must try at least once during Ramadan.
Location: Emirates Palace, Abu Dhabi.
Jannah Burj Al Sarab
The Jannah Burj Al Sarab offers a grand buffet in ‘The Dining Room’ which includes Italian pasta, Ramadan juices an\long with a variety of Arabic specialities. The hotel also claims to have the “world’s fastest hotel internet” at your disposal.