Luxurious iftar options in Saudi Arabia
During the holy month of Ramadan, restaurants in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) serve Muslims the most luxurious iftar options. Iftar is the evening meal of Muslims in Ramadan. They end their fast with sunset with the evening meal of iftar.
What are some of the luxurious iftar options in Saudi Arabia?
Main Ramadan Tent
Main Ramadan Tent is located east of King Abdullah Financial District in Riyadh. It is part of the Ministry of Culture’s Ramadan Season. It costs SR250 for the iftar meal. It is open until April 19 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. The tent contains food catered by Four Seasons Hotel.
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel
The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Makkah Al Mukarramah Rd also offers great iftar options. It has launched Iftar Bab Al-Qasr, which offers Muslims a buffet experience, featuring traditional and international food options. The price for iftar is SR488.75 for adults and SR230 for children.
The Fawanees Tent
The Fawanees Tent in Riyadh’s Al Faisaliyah Hotel offers traditional Saudi iftar along with international options like sushi and pizza to Muslims. People can also customise their meals at multiple live-cooking stations. The Iftar is available for SR435 per person from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.
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Cafe Bateel offers Muslims healthy traditional Mediterranean iftar meals. The price of iftar is SR205 per person. The menu consists of lentil soup, avocado bruschetta, and black cod fishcake. The main course consists of grilled salmon, Sicilian chicken piccata, Moroccan wagyu meatballs, and fig salad.
The Four Seasons
The Four Seasons near Hugayat Tower in Riyadh offers Muslims regular buffet style and VIP service iftars. It offers local and international cuisine. The regular iftar costs SR550 per person and the VIP iftar costs SR750 per person. It costs SR275 for children.