The iftar tent at Ewaan will be serving a classic buffet of Arabian delicacies. Shisha will be also be available, while a live oud player will be providing entertainment.
Dhs255 per person, half-price for kids aged six-12, free for kids under five. Daily from sunset-9pm. Palace Downtown, Downtown Dubai, www.mydubairamadan.com (04 428 7951).

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