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Indulge in Ramadan: 10 Suhoor Gems to Discover in Dubai for a Memorable Evening

Embrace the tranquility of Ramadan in Dubai with our guide to the city’s finest Suhoor spots. From quaint hideaways steeped in tradition to luxurious settings dripping with elegance, prepare to be whisked away on a culinary journey like no other. With a blend of local favourites and well-kept secrets, our carefully curated list promises to ignite your senses and immerse you in the cultural richness of the region.

Beau Rivage Bistro, Grand Millenium Business Bay

Celebrate Suhoor at Beau Rivage Bistro, where guests can gather for a delightful evening of traditional Arabic dishes from the à la carte menu, perfect for sharing with loved ones. Indulge in Assorted Cold & Hot Mezze, Cheese & Zaatar Manakeesh, Shakshuka with Fresh Tomatoes, Pistachio Tahini Halva, and more from 8 pm to 2 am. Spread joy with the Ramadan Box, priced at AED 695 for 4-6 people, featuring a blend of hot and cold mezze, a main course, desserts, juice, and Arabic dates, ideal for sharing with family, friends, or those in need.

Contact: +971 56 682 9268 | [email protected]

Mandarin Oriental Jumeirah, Dubai

Experience Suhoor at Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai, where Majlis ays homage to the UAE’s rich heritage. Adorned with exquisite decor and boasting an outdoor terrace, it offers a picturesque setting for an unforgettable evening beneath the stars. Indulge in a set menu blending the finest Middle Eastern cuisine with signature dishes from Netsu by Ross Shonhan and Tasca by José Avillez. Guests can also relish traditional favourites like ouzi, mezze, and mixed grills from the extensive buffet spread. Available daily from 10 pm to 1 am at AED 350 per person for the sharing menu.

Contact: 04 777 2223 

Nara Desert Escape

Experience the essence of Ramadan at Nara Desert Escape, where an enchanting private desert camp is transformed into an Arabian spice market. Indulge in regional clay pot specialties such as fish saydieh, delectable tajines, and aromatic curries, alongside live stations offering slow-cooked roast lamb, Middle Eastern kebabs, firewood bread, and manakeesh. Suhoor entertainment includes a captivating fire show, live oud music, and the option for shisha and tea. Available daily from 9 pm to midnight, priced at AED 590 for adults and AED 250 for children.

Contact: 050 336 7909

The Lana Dubai

Discover the epitome of luxury at Dubai’s latest gem, The Lana, Dorchester Collection, where an enchanting Suhoor experience awaits you this Ramadan. Enter their elegant ballroom and embark on a culinary journey spanning the flavours of the Arab world, Asia, India, and Italy. Tempt your taste buds with live cooking stations offering delectable hot and cold mezze, the freshest seafood, and expertly grilled specialities. Indulge in traditional Arabic sweets, The Lana’s signature desserts, and a curated selection of juices and bespoke drinks. For an added touch of culinary indulgence, relish select dishes from The Lana’s signature restaurants, Riviera by Jean Imbert, and Jara by Martín Berasategui. Suhoor is priced at AED 295 per person and is available from sunset to 1:00 am at Marasi Drive, Business Bay.


Bulgari Resort

Running until April 9, Bulgari Resort welcomes back its exquisite Majlis, offering tempting suhoor delights. Diners can indulge in lavish buffets featuring an array of delicacies. The Suhoor promises familiar favourites and comforting dishes. Children aged four to 11 enjoy a 50 per cent discount, while those under four dine for free. Bulgari Resort Dubai’s suhoor is dhs300 minimum spend, iftar sunset until 9pm, suhoor from 10pm, 


Palazzo Versace

Palazzo Versace Dubai invites you to immerse yourself in the serenity of the Holy Month at its enchanting Hikayat Garden. This meticulously curated outdoor space offers a unique al fresco iftar experience beneath the twinkling stars, set against the scenic backdrop of Dubai’s historic Creek. Renowned for its opulent hospitality, the hotel presents a sumptuous iftar buffet amidst authentic Arabian décor.


Raffles, The Palm Dubai

Step into the elegant Blüthner Hall at Raffles The Palm Dubai, where you’ll find a suhoor experience brimming with old-world charm and sophistication. Relax in the tranquil atmosphere as the soft tunes of a live pianist fill the air, creating the perfect backdrop for an evening of Arabian delicacies from a Middle Eastern-inspired à la carte menu. Savor expertly crafted mocktails, coffees, and teas as you unwind. Available daily from 9 pm to 2:30 am, with prices starting from AED 220 per person.


Palace Downtown

Experience the essence of the season with delightful suhoor feasts at Ewaan, Palace Downtown. With stunning views of the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain, immerse yourself in an evening of cultural richness as Arabic singers and oud players enchant guests with captivating melodies. Indulge in a culinary journey featuring a selection of Ramadan favourites. Available every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday throughout Ramadan, from 10:30 pm to 1 am, priced at AED 195 per person and AED 100 per child.

Contact: 04 428 7961

The Terrace, Burj al Arab

Experience luxury at its finest with a sophisticated suhoor at The Terrace. Indulge in a curated menu blending Mediterranean and Levant-inspired delights, from baby mozzarella salad to chicken biryani. Quench your thirst with exclusive seasonal fruit cocktails like the Royal Arab and Camel Tini, crafted just for suhoor. The suhoor runs from 9pm till 2am and is Dh299 per person.

Contact: 800 323 232

Ramadan Garden at Fairmont The Palm

Experience an intimate suhoor in the Fairuz Garden overlooking Palm West Beach. Enjoy the soulful tunes of an oud musician while dining on a delightful à la carte menu featuring grills, pasta, and pizza. Don’t miss the Arabic mixed grill for two, served with a house-made spicy sauce, and indulge in decadently cheesy kunafa. The suhoor runs from 9pm to 3am and there is a Dh125 minimum spend.

Contact: 04 426 2626