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Visiting Dubai is an exciting adventure any time of the year. Even during Ramadan! Ignore the myths that stores in Dubai close down for Ramadan – it’s not true. Tourists are always welcome to visit during the Holy Month and there is a myriad of areas where people can enjoy a nice lunch before seeing the iconic sights.
While most restaurants and cafes do close from sunrise to sunset in respect of Ramadan, TLT Limo put together a list of the nine places that will be serving lunch. Though we would like to note that all restaurants in the UAE serve soft drinks only until those observing Ramadan, have broken their daily fast.
Admire their nautical-themed decor, enclosed terrace, and Italian cuisine before you visit one of their international art installations.
Enjoy their classic French cuisine. The lovely simple decor, attentive staff, and delicious food will give you all the fuel you need to shop at the DIFC’s world-renowned retail locations.
If you’ve never tried Japanese cuisine from an izakaya-style restaurant, then you should definitely visit Zuma in the DIFC. Informal and sophisticated with a contemporary twist.
Brunch at Zest is a must-have. The beachfront resort features luxurious gardens and cascading fountains that are the perfect backdrop for your lunch.
Luncheon on the ground floor of Dubai’s most stunning architectural highlights is a must. The bright, casual atmosphere and British fare set the tone for your trip to view Dubai from above.
This chic, asian-inspired restaurant was brought to Dubai by Arkadiy Novikov and the Bulldozer Group. They serve innovative Chinese and Pan-Asian cuisine that’s a delicious meal for midday.
A quick bite of pan-asian cuisine is the perfect noon break. Casual, fast-food style noodles.
Walk the waterfront after you enjoy a quick Italian lunch – they serve traditional Italian dishes like pasta and pizza, made with the typical Mediterranean passion.
The Dubai Mall has a wide variety of eateries serving lunch during Ramadan for tourists. Fill up on your favorite cuisine then head to the stores for some retail therapy.