The month-long fasting has ended and it's now time for a little culinary indulgence. From traditional Arabic fare to fusion Indian cuisine and an Argentinian brunch, these are the food hot spots to be and be seen this festive season. 

Ewaan, Palace Downtown

The Arabic-inspired décor and design at provides the perfect setting for a luxe Eid Al-Fitr celebratory lunch, including private alcoves. The much-loved Ewaan tent is serving traditional Middle Eastern fare from a variety of live cooking stations as well as a host of its signature Oriental and Continental specialities.

Eid al fitr '17 food guide

For reservations, call +971 4 428 7888.

Farzi Café

Farzi Café counts Sheikh Mohammed, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai as one of its repeat patrons and this Eid, the pseudo-molecular fusion restaurant serves a smorgasbord of classic dishes injected with modern touches including lamb seekh nihari and a modern reinterpretation of the popular Indian dessert, gulab Jamun.

Eid al fitr '17 food guide

For reservations, call +971 4 394 2556.

Gaucho

Dubai's premiere Argentinian culinary hotspot celebrates Eid Al-Fitr with a brunch that highlights its gastronomic mastery. Complete with a summer theme, the restaurant offers a variety of its trademark dishes such as empanadas, tuna ceviche with guacamole, sea bream risotto and spatchcock chicken.

Eid al fitr '17 food guide

For reservations, call +971 4 422 7898.

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