Embrace the spirit of Ramadan with us. This year, you can experience the joy of the season throughout the mall with our contemporary décor inspired by ancient traditions. Join us in our majlis for Arabic coffee and dates every day at Iftar and then pay a visit to Wafi Gourmet or Khan Murjan restaurant to relish the delights from the carefully selected menu for the Holy Month. The restaurants will offer visitors a buffet with a wide variety of dishes for Iftar and will also be open from 12pm for deliveries and takeaway. Visitors can enjoy their a la carte menus for Suhoor and even stay on to unwind with some Shisha. In addition to the appetising Iftar, Khan Murjan Restaurant and Wafi Gourmet Abu Dhabi will host a traditional Oud player for visitors to enjoy as the relax with the Ramadan delicacies.

The Ramadan celebrations will continue through the mall as customers will be able to see special collections through the stores or even get a gift for their loved ones. ARTE, The Makers’ Market will be back on 26 May for a night market from 5pm – midnight. And if you missed the April edition of the renowned Saraya exhibition, you will have the chance to visit again from 3 - 9 June where you will find the who’s who of the fashion and beauty world.

Stay tuned for more information on our social media competitions that will take place throughout the month, where we’ll be offering the chance to win WAFI vouchers and a meal for 4 at Wafi Gourmet.

What are you waiting for? See you at WAFI during the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Opening hours this Ramadan:

Throughout the Holy Month, it will be business as usual in the following WAFI Restaurants outlets:

• Carter’s: 12pm – 1am
• Seville’s: 12pm – 1am (Sat – Weds); 12pm – 2am (Thurs & Fri)
• Thai Chi: 12pm – 3pm ; 7pm – 11.30pm
• Asha’s: 12.30pm – 3pm; 7.30pm – midnight

Ramadan hours:
• Vintage: 7.30pm – 11.30pm
• Marco’s: closed
• Ramesses: closed
• Residence Café: closed
• The Square: Iftar – midnight
• Biella: Iftar – 1am
• Wafi Gourmet: Iftar – 3am

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