WHERE TO IFTAR IN ISTANBUL
Ramadan Feast is also known as the “Sugar Feast” as the people treat their guests to sweets and traditional desserts during the feast. With the arrival of Ramadan, most of the luxurious hotels serve Iftar; the fast-breaking evening meal. Combining with worth seeing Istanbul spots and tailor-made tours, you can enjoy below hotel alternatives where you can have a luxurious and breathtaking Istanbul experience.
One of the leading hotels that is featured when you think about luxury hotels in Istanbul is Mandarin Oriental Bosphorus. For everyone who wants to have luxury dining with extraordinary tastes for Iftar, Mandarin Oriental Istanbul can be a go-to option. Prepared by award-winning chefs, have a delicious Iftar with unique recipes from Ottoman and Anatolian cuisines.
Manderin Oriental Bosphorus
Sabrosa Restaurant located in Swissotel Bosphorus, with a breathtaking view of the Bosphorus, is our other suggestion to create memories this Ramadan, with your loved ones. With an open buffet and live cooking stations of traditional tastes from Peruvian, Turkish and Nikkei cuisine and traditional events to bring joy to your Iftar, Sabosa Restaurant can be a great choice for your Iftar.
For the visitors of Istanbul who want to spend their Iftar with their families and friends at a luxury boutique hotel, Six Senses Kocataş Mansions can be an alternative. With a menu of traditional Turkish tastes from mezze to kebabs and vegan options, enjoy your Iftar with live music sessions and kids club activities at Chef Erdal, located in Six Senses Kocataş Mansions.
Six Senses Kocataş Mansions
The final alternative can be the IST-TOO Restaurant located in Shangri-La Bosphorus. With its neatly prepared Iftar menu, traditional Ramadan flavours and stunning Bosphorus view with fantastic service and taste, IST-TOO Restaurant is a great option to have Iftar. Gather at Shangri-La Bosphorus IST-TOO Restaurant.
For further information and tailor-made itineraries, contact KM Beyond Luxury to create your perfect journey in the holy month of Ramadan!