Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach celebrates the holy month of Ramadan giving you multiple options to plan your meals
Marking the first Ramadan celebrations for the recently opened beachside resort, the expert culinary team has crafted unique experiences suited for both local palates and international guests, reflecting the scents and flavours of the season. The Ramadan offerings will be available across the hotel portfolio from the first sighting of the moon in late June until late July 2015.
Suq is ideally positioned for those breaking the fast together with families. Offering a journey through a variety of international cuisines and exciting flavours, the restaurant features six multi ethnic live cooking stations with an extensive range of Middle Eastern, Oriental, Asian and Western favourites. The Iftar menu will include traditional Arabic and international delicacies such as the Four Seasons lentil soup, the 18flavour ice cream station, along with countless surprises especially designed by the Suq Chefs, priced at AED 220++ per person.
During Ramadan, Suq will be open throughout the day for breakfast (6:30-11:30am) lunch (1-4pm) and a la carte dinner options. Iftar will be served from sunset to 10pm and is available for AED 220 per person (inclusive of taxes).
For larger groups or corporate celebrations, banquet Iftar menu options are available at the Mamemo Majlis at Four Seasons. Inspired by local traditions, guests can enjoy a feast complete with Arabic delicacies whilst the air fills with melodies from the Oud player. Prices for the magnificent Iftar buffet start at AED 250 per person.
The Majlis will be open daily from sunset to 3am. Group bookings can be made at the Mamemo Majlis at Four Seasons for AED 250 per person (inclusive of taxes) and Suhour with a cover charge AED 190 . Shisha is priced at AED 150.
Shai Salon, the elegant tea lounge located in the heart of the property will be open daily from sunset until sunrise. Guests can enjoy an a la carte food selection and traditional presentations of Moroccan, Turkish tea and Arabic coffee. With a wide selection of Shisha flavours, the outdoor terrace is the ideal place to relax after Iftar while enjoying sunset views over the Arabian Gulf. In the evenings guests can enjoy aSuhour set menu.
During Ramadan Shai Salon will be open from sunset until sunrise. The Suhour set menu is priced at AED 190 per person.
Hendricks Bar, with its club like feel, will remain open throughout the day, and an a la carte menu will be available from 1pm-2am, with alcoholic beverages served after sunset.
During Ramadan, Hendricks Bar will remain open throughout the day.
Sea Fu, the Asian-Mediterranean seafood restaurant, will open in the evenings for dinner throughout the holy month, with alcohol only available after sunset.