Dunes delights with it’s delectable Iftar

Buzzingtales got to preview the scrumptious Iftar spread at the award winning Dunes Hotel Apartments. Dunes gets set for Ramadan by launching their new Iftar menu at Dunes Delights – their multi-cuisine restaurant with branches in Oud Metha and Al Barsha.

The exhaustive menu as well as the fact that the Iftar had wonderful choices for vegetarians really impressed us. The fusion cuisine offered delicacies that appeal to all taste buds. We loved the refreshing lemon mint along with crunchy spring rolls and piping hot melt in your mouth kebabs. The freshly made Appam at the live counter were hard to resist. We could not help indulge shamelessly in the flavorful Biryani and Mutton Rogan Josh.

Guests can enjoy a generous buffet, savoring over 30 Iftar delicacies from cooling sherbets to nourishing soups, tender kebabs and delectable biryanis. Must try dishes include Tandoori mixed grills, Mutton Rogan Josh, Butter Chicken & drinks like Kamruddin and Jallab. Live cooking stations serving fresh Appams and dessert crepes have also been introduced by popular demand.

 

Open right through Ramadan from sunset to 9.00pm, the buffet is priced at AED 69 for adults and AED 40 for children 5-11 years old

Available exclusively at Dunes Delights Restaurant at Oud Metha & Al Barsha

Dunes Delights also offer special Iftar Food Packs for Individual & bulk orders starting from AED 25 onwards.

 

For reservations call: Oud Metha – 04 370 9797 | Al Barsha – 04 340 6602

Minakhee Mishra

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2 thoughts on “Dunes delights with it’s delectable Iftar

  • June 14, 2016 at 8:54 am
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    Perfect Place to relish your taste buds, definitely give it a try and you will enjoy the evening

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