5 ways to spend Ramadan at Caesars Bluewaters Dubai
Sponsored: From signature iftars to royal pampering…
While Dubai may slow down during the Holy Month, Caesars Bluewaters Dubai has got a jam-packed itinerary designed for the entire family to enjoy. Here are some of the highlights…
1. Signature Iftars at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen
A lavish menu of local flavours and signature favourites will be served up to all the usual show-stopping theatre at Hell’s Kitchen – the second global outpost of the Gordon Ramsay restaurant. Expect a menu of dishes including a signature crispy skin salmon puy lentils as well as a slow-cooked lamb shank tagine.
Try this: Crispy skin salmon puy lentils
Iftar time: From sunset
2. Royal pampering at Qua Spa
Designed as a sanctuary fit for royalty, Qua Spa is the perfect spot to soothe your senses, kick back and relax this Ramadan. From an indulgent Empress Classic Facial that will help remove dead skin cells, to a rejuvenating 60-minute 24 Carat Golden Glow Facial enriched with Pure Collagen, each treatment is sure to have you feeling your best. Don’t miss the brilliant Ramadan offers, including wellness activities, starting from Dhs150.
Price: From Dhs150
Time: 8am to 10pm
3. Catch the sunset at Paru
With spectacular views of the Arabian Gulf and JBR skyline, the rooftop restaurant Paru is the place to be for sundowners on Bluewaters. Soak up the last of the evening sun while tucking into an array of modern Japanese dishes, from the Wagyu tataki and seabass ceviche with caviar and soy yuzu ponzu to signature sushi rolls and popcorn ebi with rock shrimp tempura and mango mayo glaze.
Try this: Wagyu tataki and seabass ceviche with caviar
Time: Daily 6pm to 1am weekdays and 6pm to 2am weekends
4. Family-friendly Ramadan experience at Bacchanal
Head over to Vegas favourite Bacchanal for royal Iftars and alfresco Suhours. Delivering a delectable buffet with a dedicated children’s corner, expect grand open kitchens serving up a Middle Eastern-style feast. Round off the perfect evening with an intimate Suhour experience complemented by an extensive shisha menu in Bacchanal’s charming Ramadan conservatory, while the little ones enjoy hours of play at Empire Kids Club and Roam Teens Club.
Try this: A range of mezze including hummus, fatayar and tabbouleh with Arabic bread
Price: Dhs250 (Iftar), Dhs200 (Suhour)
Iftar time: From sunset
Suhour time: 9.30pm to 1am
5. Evening brunch at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen
This Ramadan, the Friday afternoon feast at Hell’s Kitchen becomes an evening affair. Guests can expect all the usual live cooking stations, an a la carte offering of the signature main courses and a brilliant competition at the end as guests battle it out in “The Eton Mess Challenge”. Running on a five-minute timer, the lucky competition winner will bag themselves a dinner for two at Gordon Ramsay Hell’s Kitchen.
Try this: The famous Beef Wellington
Price: From Dhs350
Time: Every Friday, 7pm to 10.30pm