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Iftar at Citymax Bur Dubai for AED 59

Dubai-UAE: 08 August, 2012 – Citymax Hotels invites you to savour the spirit of the Holy Month of Ramadan with family and friends at its ‘Iftar’ and ‘suhoor’ buffets.

Incorporating original recipes reminiscent of a bygone era, the Iftar and suhoor menus feature a wide variety of Middle Eastern, Continental and Asian delicacies.  

The iftar dinners priced at an affordable AED59 and suhoors at AED29 can be booked in advance for large groups or corporate parties.

The iftar buffet features live stations for traditional favourites such as fatayer, sambousek mix grill and ouzi. Desserts include katayef and baklava. Taking the variety even further, Claypot’s signature egg pakoras, gajjar ka halwa, mango flavoured chicken tikka and ambi ka panna are also served to make the meal a wholesome treat.  

The suhoor at Citymax Hotels offers a healthy selection of vegetables and fruits along with lebneh, cheese platters, Arabic bread, and dates. Mouth-watering dishes such as foul madamas, sauted potato, grilled fish, chicken shish tauok, mutton curry and plain rice also make for an essential part of the traditional suhoor spread. For those with a Continental taste, a mix of cereals with hot milk is available. 

For more information, please contact Citymax Hotel Bur Dubai on +9714-4078000.

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