Here are the best iftars to try on Al Maryah Island

Where to go, what's on offer and how much you'll spend on iftars on Al Maryah Island

Here are the best iftars to try on Al Maryah Island

Al Maryah Island is one of the places to be in Abu Dhabi. 

There are loads of greats restaurants, a picturesque waterfront promenade and then there's The Galleria, too.

Throughout Ramadan there are even free fitness sessions every Wednesday, just case you needed another reason to visit. 

Plus, there are a host of excellent iftars on offer this year that you really don't want to miss. 

99 Sushi Bar & Restaurant
A ten-course iftar menu of fresh sushi and Japanese specialties. Full of fantastic flavours, the creative plates include capumiso soup, tiger prawn tempura, soft-shell crab maki, salmon flambe nigiri and much more.
Dhs199. Sunset-9pm. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island (02 672 3333).

Al Maryah Ballroom
Enjoy a little extravagance this Ramadan with the iftar at Al Maryah Ballroom where a range of Lebanese, Egyptian, Indian and Asian dishes will be served, you can visit live cooking stations and listen to music including a live oud player.
Dhs195. Daily sunset-9pm. Four Seasons Hotel, Al Maryah Island (02 333 2222).

Biryani Pot
Take a trip to The Galleria on Al Maryah Island where you can break your fast with Indian cuisine thanks to a special menu of Arabian chicken mandi, aromatic soup and jarjeer salad.
Dhs75. Daily sunset-midnight. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island (02 676 6555).

Butcher and Still
Head along to Al Maryah Island and indulge in an iftar that features a selection of prime cuts of meat imported from the USA, cooked as you like them as part of a seasonal three-course menu.
Dhs295. Daily sunset-9pm. Four Seasons Abu Dhabi, Al Maryah Island (02 333 2222).

Cafe Milano
Take in the picturesque views over the water around Al Maryah Island at Cafe Milano where you can enjoy an iftar with a twist as the stylish restaurant serves a range of Italian dishes and delicacies after the sun sets over the city.
Dhs150. Daily sunset-9pm. Four Season Hotel, Al Maryah Island (02 333 2222).

A set menu filled with colourful Peruvian creations, including seabass croquettes, chicken tacos, beetroot causa, mushroom and avocado maki rolls and more. Those with a sweet tooth can also enjoy a slice of pistachio date cake or a bowl of banana ice cream with puffed rice.
Dhs199. Sunset-8.30pm. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island (02 306 7000).

La Petite Maison
Specialising in quality French cuisine, the iftar menu at La Petite Maison is inspired by the French Riviera. The night starts off with soup and dates, while the starters include green lentils, quinoa salad, tuna carpaccio and calamari.  The mains also sound very tempting, with grilled sirloin, lamb cutlets and tiger prawns all on offer. You’ll also need to save room for dessert, as there’s a choice of cheesecake, warm chocolate mousse or pistachio cake.
Dhs240. 6.45pm-8pm. The Galleria, Al Maryah Island (02 692 9600).

This lavish spread of Arabic and international cuisine can be enjoyed whilst taking in the tremendous views over the waters surrounding Al Maryah Island. There’s also live music from the kanoon and oud duo Khalid and Razan.
Dhs205 (first week), Dhs240. 6.30pm-9pm. Rosewood Abu Dhabi, Al Maryah Island (02 813 5550).

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