The resort’s famed Ramadan tent ‘Asateer’ will offer home-delivered Iftar whilst WHITE restaurant will serve in-resort Iftar by the beach
Dubai, United Arab Emirates 30th April 2020: In line with the Dubai Government’s decision to ease some restrictions around the city, Atlantis, The Palm is pleased to announce that the resort will offer special Iftar deals to enjoy in-resort and at home during the Holy Month of Ramadan.
ASATEER HOME DELIVERY
Whilst the resorts’ famed Asateer tent is not open this year, diners can still enjoy Dubai’s favourite Iftar in the comfort of their own home. Starting from just AED145 per person, the Iftar menu includes Chef Ali el Bourji's signature dishes including lentil soup, hot and cold mezzeh, a selection of meat dishes such as slow cooked lamb shoulder with oriental rice and braising sauce, mixed grill, or kofta bil saniyah (meat patties baked in a rich tomato sauce) and baklava, katayef or maamoul mad bil ashta (semolina butter cake).
Time: Delivery available from 5:00pm till 12:00am daily
Price: Set menu prices start at AED145 per person (à la carte menu also available)
Delivery via: Uber Eats and Zomato
IFTAR BY THE BEACH AT WHITE RESTAURANT
Teaming up to create the best of both worlds – Mediterranean flavours with an Arabic twist – celebrated Asateer and Ayamna chef Ali El Bourji, and WHITE’s chef Ibrahim Ata, are introducing a unique Iftar menu especially for Ramadan. Along with an eclectic range of hot and cold mezzeh, guests will enjoy lentil or
yayla soup with mint, followed by mains that include shish taouk, lamb kofta, lamb chops, chargrilled baby chicken and Mediterranean ratatouille, rounded off with WHITE’s infamous funky monkey bread.
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm daily (starting from Thursday 30th April)
Price: AED195 per person
Bookings: To make a reservation please visit
www.atlantis.com/dubai/restaurants/white-beach-restaurant or call +971 4 426 2000. (outdoor terrace seating only)
Both restaurants will operate within the guidelines and protocols as advised by the Dubai Government and Atlantis, The Palm’s standards for hygiene and cleanliness will remain a number one priority at this time. Measures in place over this period will include the use of disposable, individually wrapped utensils, dishes, and packages. There will also be a limit of 30 per cent occupancy for WHITE restaurant, a minimum of two-metres between diners and an increase in cleaner staffing numbers to ensure the elevated cleaning and sanitisation continues to take place in all public areas.