FoodKissed was invited to the media iftar preview at Address Dubai Marina. The review below is entirely personal opinion based on experience alone, and not biased or advertised.
I remember the first sight of the Constellation Ballroom. The décor and the lighting was so elegant in sight, that I felt the images on my camera were not doing justice to the grandeur. Since that day 4 years ago, I’ve been constantly floored by the food and ambience at Address Dubai Marina, and for good reason.
This year too, the Iftar spread at the Constellation Ballroom did not fail to impress. From the lavishly spaced out sections of various food stalls, to the soft, mood-invoking Arabic live music played, the Ramadan Sawa is undoubtedly one of the absolute finest in the Dubai. Whether you take your iftar light with salads and soups, or go all the way with grills and gravy, this one has it all with no compromise on quality. Over the years, I have enjoyed everything from their sushi counters to the shawarma station, with my favorite being the dessert section with possibly one of the largest arrays of sweet treat items.
Ramadan Sawa proved to be fabulous this year too. However, I failed to spot the kids play room which if missing, is a terrible shame. You will not be disappointed on the variety of dishes served, and the friendliness with which the services are extended.
If you are seeking a grand option to treat your friends, family or colleagues this Ramadan, this comes as a strong contender considering the food, service, ambience and options.
Ramadan Sawa is priced AED 199 per person, children between 6-11 years receive 50% discount, and children below 5 dine complimentary.
For reservations, please call +9714 888 3444 or email [email protected] or visit mydubairamadan.com
A walking epitome of food-lust, permanently craving for chicken, cheese & chocolates of all and every form. A marketing and content writing professional living in Dubai with my husband, who has learnt to be the perfect side-kick in food explorations around the world. If you find me raiding the fridge at ungodly hours, I'm just inspiring my tummy.
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