Iftar At-Home: The MOJEH-Approved Deliveries to Order in this Ramadan

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Staying home this Ramadan? Here’s MOJEH’s pick of luxury restaurants and hotels delivering iftar to your door…


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For a twist on tradition, opt for Coya’s Peruvian style iftar which boasts a selection of sharing dishes for the family to dive into. After cream of pumpkin soup, dip into wild mushroom ceviche, empanadas and stir-fried quinoa, and ponder over corn-fed chicken, beef ribs or Chilean seabass for the main course. Save the best until last with Sukkari dates and pistachio puff pastry to finish. Dhs230 for the set menu, available to pre-order inhouse or via Deliveroo; +971 4 316 9600

If you’re missing LPM’s Cote d’Azur vibe, then the DIFC restaurant’s home delivery is a must-try. Order a beautiful blend of southern French and Italian cuisine, from creamy burrata to mushroom risotto and roast baby chicken with a refreshing mocktail on the side. LPM will deliver your iftar in a hand-painted tote bag with extra delights — including a bottle of olive oil, freshly baked bread and ingredients to make your own salad — inside the chic canvas carrier. Available via Deliveroo from 5pm to 7.30pm

The glittering hanging lanterns and lavish gold decor at Atlantis’ renowned Asateer tent are sadly absent this Ramadan, however diners can still savour the iftar’s famed dishes from the comfort of home. The delivery menu showcases the best of Chef Ali el Bourji’s cuisine: think lentil soup, hot and cold mezzeh, slow cooked lamb shoulder with oriental rice and braising sauce and mixed grill. Top off your iftar with chef’s signature sticky date pudding, the dreamiest of desserts. Dhs145 per person, available via Uber Eats and Zomato 

Opa’s traditional plate smashing might be off the menu, but the decadent baklava sundae certainly isn’t. The gourmet Greek eatery is offering a special iftar feast to share, or not, comprised of dips served with pita, signature pies, Greek salad and melt-in-the-mouth mains including kleftiko and vegetable orzo. Of course, the Opa baklava is the only way to finish. Feel free to Zorba dance into the night. From Dhs120, via Deliveroo; +971 55 835 7944

Jumeirah Al Qasr’s award-winning restaurant, Pai Thai, is offering a three-course DIY iftar for two. The home iftar delivery comes with easy-to-follow steps to help you show-off in the kitchen, with a lavish spread of classic Thai dishes on the menu; including king prawns, satay, red chicken curry and mango pannacotta with sweet sticky rice and coconut cream. Consider it fine-dining finessed by you. Dhs265 for two, orders to be placed two days in advance; +971 800 666 353

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