Ewaan is an all-day dining restaurant that serves a tempting blend of Arabic and Oriental specialities including a large selection of mezzeh. Enjoy shisha and live music on the terrace, or, for a little seclusion, relax in a private dining alcove.

But today I am speaking about the gorgeous, elegant and beautiful Ewaan Tent serving authentic Arabic Cuisine with a lavish spread of dishes.

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Ewaan Tent

Let me start with the spread which I tasted and writing on the basis of  my experience. On one section there was Pistachio, Kashta, Skouf etc.

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Pistachios

From the Cold Mezze I tried the Hummus, Tuna Salad, Rokka Salad, Moutable, Fattoush, Tabbouleh, Vine leaves etc. Everything was prepared perfectly and tasted so very good.

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Cold Mezze

My favorite was the Grilled Section and they serve one of the best Grilled Prawns, Salmon Tandoor, Grilled Calamari, Grilled Lobster. It was prepared so deliciously and served hot and fresh.

We had some delicious Spinach Fatayer, Lamb Kebbe, Cheese Rokakat, Meat Sambousek.

Here comes my another version of Salad which consisted of Lamb Tongue, Greek Salad, Eggplant Salad, Chicken Liver, Cabbage Salad etc.

The hit of the show was the Roast Section which had my favorite Beef, Roast Chicken, Roast Turkey, Lamb Leg. The beef was the best, all juicy and tender, it really melted in my mouth.

Here’s the traditional Arabic Man serving authentic Drinks for Ramadan.

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Arabic Drink

And here’s the Arabic Coffee Trolley.

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Arabic Coffee Trolley

From the mains I tried the Lamb Ouzi, this was perfectly prepared, the lamb all juicy, tender and so very delicious. It was served the most elegant way on a shell.

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Lamb Ouzi

There was a wide spread of mains and to name a few, Buttered Mix Steamed Vegetables, Vegetable Mousska, Roasted Quails with Sumac, Koussa Bel Laban etc.

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Here comes my favorite part the Dessert and it had some of my best sweets like Um Ali, Kunafa, Cream Caramel, Tiramisu, Chocolate Mousse, Carrot Cake, Lemon Tart etc. This was so perfectly done and the sweet level was totally under control.

I ended my Iftar preview with a refreshing Moroccan Tea.

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Tea

Dine at Ewaan for AED 250 and make your Holy month a delicious one.

Ramadan Information

Iftar
Cost Per Person : AED 240
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (Sun-Sat)
The Palace Downtown Dubai enjoys the stellar distinction of presenting our beloved Ramadan Tent, completely reimagined in layout and ambience this year, which now extends further into The Palace Gardens. A sanctuary of serenity, it’s where a generous Arabic buffet is served over Iftar and Suhour, while live Oud harmonies fill the air with a sense of enchantment.Children under 6 dine with our compliments. Between 6 and 11 years, a charge of 50% applies, while the regular price applies for children over 12.

Highlights : Outdoor Seating,Private Dining Area Available,Wifi,Valet Parking Available,Luxury Dining,Shisha,Buffet

Phone number : 04 4287951

Cuisines : Arabian, Middle Eastern

Cost :  AED 480 for two people (approx.) Cash and Cards accepted

Opening hours : 7 PM to 2 AM

Address : Palace Downtown, Emaar Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, Dubai

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