Grand Millennium Al Wahda in partnership with Alhan Restaurant are putting the final touches to their Ramadan preparations, which include a sumptuous culinary journey through Arabic cuisine with an Iftar buffet including soft drinks for AED160*.

Millennium & Copthorne’s  large-scale five star deluxe hotel is wishing guests and local residents a Ramadan Kareem and invites the community to visit its purpose-built tent which will be located in the Al Wahda complex courtyard  throughout the holy month.

The bountiful buffet table will offer traditional culinary delights including cold and hot mezze, Arabic mixed grill, Lamb Frkkeh, Koosa Mahashi, Lamb Harris, and Dawood Basha with Vermicelli rice, as well as a carving station. Continental main courses are also on offer, and a range of ‘everyone’s favourite’ desserts. Fresh fruit juices, rose water, and yoghurt drinks will quench thirst refresh guests.

Large families and groups are made to feel especially welcome, as those booking tables for 10 people are offered an additional two eating for free. Meanwhile a trio of Syrian musicians on Oud, violin, and percussions, will help create the unique ambiance of Iftar and Suhoor.  Valet parking will be free of charge for all visitors of the Ramadan tent.

A special Ramadan room package is available from AED 650*, which includes one night’s stay for two people in a superior room and Iftar for two in the courtyard Ramadan tent.

Michael Sorgenfrey, General Manager of the Al Wahda Hotel said:

“We look forward to welcoming the local Abu Dhabi community as well as our guests to our luxurious traditional Arabic Ramadan tent. With a plethora of traditional fare as well as some of our own specialities, we know that from Iftar to Suhoor our menu will be a feast for the senses and a wonderful way to break the fast.”

The Iftar to Suhoor buffet is offered by Grand Millennium Al Wahda in partnership with Alhan Restaurant.

*Excluding 10% service charge and 6% tourism fee