For every meal of the day, plus your team’s coffee break, cocktail hour, and dessert, Ras Al Khaimah offers delectable options for group dining. Find authentic dining on-site at MICE-ready hotels, or encourage teams to venture out for a tasty bite. Many restaurants can be reserved for private dining and span numerous cuisines.
There’s no need to go far to start the day off in Ras Al Khaimah with a healthy, hearty, and tasty meal. Ras Al Khaimah’s luxury hotels all include multiple dining options and often, a delightful spot for on-site breakfast.
At the Ritz Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi Desert, Kaheela serves daily breakfast infused with Middle Eastern herbs, spices, and flavors. Meanwhile, Cinnamon at the Cove Rotana Resort serves an al fresco breakfast menu with options that range from classic American breakfast to Arabian morning fare.
Whether your team has worked up an appetite or prefers a light bite for the midday meal, Ras Al Khaimah’s restaurants will not disappoint.
Treat your team to authentic Turkish and Lebanese food at Meze, or opt for a fusion of international flavors with an ocean view at Saffar. At ShaSha, outdoor lunch is a lively affair thanks to frozen cocktails and a DJ, and at Zaituna House, the restaurant will curate a personalized menu for your business event.
Impress business guests with a delicious dinner at a sophisticated establishment. For Middle Eastern flavors, reserve a table at Levant & Nar where Lebanese-inspired dishes accompany panoramic views, or Skeek Restaurant & Café where attendees can sample authentic Emirati cuisine. Or, let dinner take you on a culinary adventure to new shores with food inspired by Italy, like Piaceri Da Gustare; New York, such as the Lexington Grill steakhouse; or Asia, including Karma Kafé.
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When the day calls for a caffeine pick-me-up, Ras Al Khaimah’s coffee houses have your team covered. Islander’s Coffee House and Tucano Coffee are both reliable hotspots for delicious brews and craft espresso drinks. Closer to home at the Ritz Carlton Ras Al Khaimah, Al Wadi Desert, Paddock Cafe serves coffee from inside the equestrian center, where MICE guests have the opportunity to spot horses, oryx, and gazelle before they take their last sip.
Afternoon tea is best served at 1484 by Puro, the highest restaurant in the UAE. Standing at 1,484 meters high, Puro offers scones, finger sandwiches, and petit fours with tea or coffee for the tallest afternoon tea in the country. From its terrace and or restaurant with floor-to-ceiling windows, 1484 by Puro provides stunning views that can also be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Toast to a successful event at one of Ras Al Khaimah’s cocktail bars. Happy hour at Boons in the Movenpick Resort Al Marjan Island includes a menu of classic European beverages, and outdoor signature cocktails at Moon Bar are accompanied in the evenings by a scenic sunset.
Poolside establishments such as Infinity Pool Bar and the barasti-style Breakers Beach Bar & Lounge offer a lively time for team-bonding over delicious beverages, while cozier options like Amarbar are better suited for more intimate group gatherings. At this library-inspired spot, MICE attendees can sample single malt whiskeys from around the world.
Conclude a day of delicious meals with something sweet. Groups seeking out ice cream to refresh from the heat will find what they’re looking for in Old Corniche Road at Ashuk Ice Cream, a beloved local institution and the oldest ice cream cafe in Ras Al Khaimah. For sugary pastries and Middle Eastern sweets, head to Fistik Baklava, or try a creative dish at Space Cafe where pouring simmering chocolate over the dessert course can uncover a delicious surprise within.