Celebrate the holy month of Ramadan with the true taste of London

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Offering British cuisine with a local twist, The Ivy is the perfect spot to break fast this Ramadan

Enjoy a little taste of London in the heart of Dubai’s business district at the luxurious and iconic, The Ivy, this Ramadan – the ultimate indoor dining experience in the lead up to the fast approaching summer heat.

Renowned for it’s British cuisine, Ramadan specials take a local twist throughout the holy month. To start, a warm Moroccan Lentil Soup followed by mains with a focus on seasonal produce, such as; succulent Braised Shoulder of Lamb with chermoula and sumac spiced cous cous, Bahart Spiced Chicken Breast, with glazed baby carrots, and saffron infused rice or fresh Arabic Spiced Seabass with seafood machboos. All served alongside an entire range of non-alcoholic beverages.

The Ivy will be open continuously from midday till midnight with a break from 3 pm till 6pm (still open for coffee). Ramadan special plates range from AED 55 AED to start to AED 180 for main dishes.

Ramadan Timings:

Where: The Ivy, Ground Level, The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers
When: During Ramadan (Excluding Eid)
Timing: 12:00pm – 15:00 (Kitchen open continuously) a break where open for coffee, then for evening 18:00 till Midnight

About The Ivy

Enjoy a taste of London in the heart of Dubai’s business district at the iconic Ivy at Jumeirah Emirates Towers. Like the London institution, customers experience the relaxed yet sophisticated form of dining that The Ivy restaurant is famous for, albeit with an extra hint of Arabian ambience. The restaurant offers an international brasserie-style menu with a selection of Ivy classics. With a traditional upscale British interior of dark woods and deep emerald greens, offset by crisp white table cloths, The Ivy is comfortable yet timelessly classic.

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