Known to do things a little differently, TABŪ at The St. Regis Downtown Dubai is gearing up for their first Ramadan with a twist on the traditional Suhoor and Iftar experience.
Guests can book in to experience TABŪ’s enigmatic Ramadan rituals, hosted by their legendary sumo. For Suhoor, guests are welcome from 10pm till 2am at their Suhoor tent, where TABŪ’s Sumo will welcome and host them till the end. They can opt for indoor or outdoor seating and indulge in a special Suhoor à la carte menu, premium shisha and spectacular views of the city. The Suhoor menu features bites and sweets, light enough to not overwhelm those starting their fast, and flavourful enough to tantalise and satisfy the tastebuds. Featuring dishes such as Edamame with Sea Salt (AED 35), or Spicy and Smoked (AED 38), Premium Nuts Seasoned with Wasabi Powder (AED 30), Crudites with Sea Salt and Honey Yogurt Dip (AED 50), Miso Soup with Tofu and Scallion (AED 50), and Lentil Soup with Lemon (AED 50). Sweets include Chocolate Dates(AED 40), Selection of Fruits and Sorbets (AED 65), and their signature Vegan Tres Leches (AED 95).
If you’re looking for somewhere to break your fast, look no further than TABŪ. Gather ten of your loved ones and head to the sky-high venue for an upscale iftar like no other. Dine their exquisite 4-course set menu, priced at AED 150 per person, featuring an array of Japanese and Arabic fusion cuisine such as Miso Soup with Tofu & Scallion, Edamame Hummus, Smoked Eggplant Dip, and Wafu Salad; Salmon Furay Maki and Prawn Tempura; Lamb Chops with Korean BBQ Sauce, Labneh, Kimchi; Laval Cake with Chocolate Toban Yaki and Passionfruit Ice Cream. The menu can be availed for 10 guests or more per booking.
Book your Ramadan experience at Dubai’s award-winning Japanese restaurant TABŪ, on level 23 at The St. Regis Downtown Dubai, by calling +971 4 456 9455or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.