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Iftar at the Sheraton for AED 95

Visit Four Points by Sheraton, Downtown Dubai or Sheikh Zayed Road and benefit from a delightful gourmet buffet. The menu includes Oozy, Shawerma, hot and cold mezzahs as well as a live cooking station and freshly brewed coffee.

Downtown Dubai Iftar Buffet is at AED 95

Sheikh Zayed Road Iftar Buffet is at AED 110

For reservations: +97143169847

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