By Niamh Nolan, Copy Editor tabloid! www.gulfnews.com
If fresh homemade breads, towers of dried fruits with white chocolate and moutains of salads sound like your kind of iftar, don’t go past the Sheraton at Mall of the Emirates.
With a great central location that allows easy access to the mall afterwards, this is an iftar experience that will appeal to families, shoppers and visitors during Ramadan.
And appeal it does, the tables at Sanabel restaurant were buzzing with diners, busy loading their plates and listening to the traditional live music.
“Our iftar has been fully booked, with a large mix of corporate guests and UAE residents,” explained Sampad Barua, assistant restaurant manager.
The buffet selection reflects this mix – international dishes like Goan fish curry and lamb meatballs sit alongside local mixed grills and shish barak. The hot and cold mezze include a huge range of dishes from pasta salad with smoked duck, smoked mackarel with sesame to tofu with chilli, spinach fatayeh and lamb sambousa. More info