Saadiyat Rotana Resort introduces Market Iftar for Ramadan

Saadiyat Rotana Resort & Villas to launch Market Iftar concept during Ramadan

Saadiyat Rotana Resort & Villas is set to roll out a Market Iftar concept
Saadiyat Rotana Resort & Villas is set to roll out a Market Iftar concept

Saadiyat Rotana Resort & Villas is set to roll out a 'Market Iftar' concept every day from sunset to 10 pm during the Ramadan.

The five-star resort will welcome an array of authentic market flavours, over 100 dishes from around the world at its Sim Sim restaurant, as well as a children’s entertainment area.

Guests can expect Middle Eastern dishes, as well as European and Asian foods.

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The Sim Sim restaurant will also include a live oud player performance following prayers.

The Market Iftar will be priced at 199 AED per person, which will include soft beverages. Children under the age of six years old will gain access for free and those aged up to 12 years old pay half price.

The Saadiyat Rotana resort said Market Iftar “promises” to offer residents and visitors insights into regional tastes and traditions.

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