If you happen to be in the DIFC area looking for a place to eat during the day, or restaurant to break your fast for Iftar, MINA Brasserie has you covered.
This modern European brasserie offers expats, tourists, and those observing the Holy month the best of both worlds with its dining options that ensures everyone is taken care of.
With charming interiors and an outdoor terrace (that could easily decoy as a lush indoor garden) for that warm summer breeze, the restaurant’s French-inspired menu is a refreshing experience from the regular Ramadan dishes.
Priced at AED 210 per person, the delicious four-course Iftar sharing menu includes appetisers such as Petit greens, BurrataStracchiatella, or Roasted Foie Gras, followed by mains of Truffle Rigatoni, Seafood Ala Plancha, or Grilled Lamb Chops, and Dark Chocolate Marquis, Lemon tart and Pistachio-Date Macaron to finish. The concept, in keeping with customary style, will present sharing platters to be enjoyed with friends and family.
If you’re looking for a space serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just somewhere to whine down during the day, MINA Brasserie will be open all day and serving more than just juice from it’s infamous golden gleaming bar.
Iftar is available from sunset to 9 pm and is priced at AED 210 per person. MINA Brasserie is will also be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner for the duration of Ramadan.