Fabulous pre-fast feasts
During the holy month of Ramadan, Suhoor is the last meal before the start of a fast, and takes place in the early hours of the morning. It’s purpose is to ensure those who are fasting have enough sustenance to help them get through the coming day, and is often an opportunity for friends to get together after the family-orientated Iftar. We list some of the best late-night into early-morning feasts to experience in Dubai.
Ewaan Lounge at Palace Downtown
In the heritage-styled comfort of the Ewaan Lounge, impress guests and celebrate with friends in style as you savor suhoor alongside stunning views of The Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain. The banquet features a variety of culinary options ranging from local favourites to flavours from the rest of the world, so make sure you save some of your appetite.
Contact: +971 4 428 7888
Al Sarab Rooftop Lounge at Bab Al Shams
Bab Al Shams transforms into a magical land every Ramadan as the spirit of the desert comes alive. Enjoy an a la carte Suhoor at Al Sarab Rooftop Lounge with an extensive menu under the stars until 1am every day during Ramadan. Take in the desert atmosphere and enjoy a true Arabian Nights experience.
Daily from 8 pm to 1am at ‘Al Sarab Rooftop Lounge’.
+971 4 809 6194
The Majlis at Dubai World Trade Centre
Dubai World Trade Centre is a hub of activity during Ramadan. After an evening of shopping and entertainment, head to The Majlis at DWTC. One of the more established Ramadan tents in Dubai, Al Majlis is a personal favourite for many diners around the city. Indulge in award winning Arabian cuisine in a lavish Arabesque setting.
+971 4 308 6322
Le Patio in St. Regis Dubai
Continue your celebration of the holy month and enjoy suhoor in one of Dubai’s newest venues with an exclusive à la carte menu in this dedicated majlis.
Indulge in traditional Arabic favourites such as fresh hummus, meat kibbeh and vegetable sambousek, as well as a selection of succulent live shawarma offering chicken and lamb. Round off with a variety of sweet delicacies and you’ll be set to start your day of fast.
+971 4 435 5577
Günaydın at Souk Al Bahar
Step into Günaydın and be transported immediately to the busy lanes of Istanbul. As the night comes alive during, enjoy delectable Turkish treats at this Souk Al Bahar eatery. The Suhoor menu served from 10pm until 3am will incorporate a selection of popular cold mezzehs which include hummus, muhammara, eggplant salad and Bombay beans, accompanied by a variety of explicitly selected dried fruits. Guests can excite their taste buds with Gavurdağı and tulum cheese salad before delving into a variety of finely cut and properly seasoned choices of meat in beef fillet or mixed kebab platter, and Alinazik kebab or Beğendi kebab.
+971 4 554 0700
Seven Sands at JBR
For a taste of authentic Emirati cuisine, add Seven Sands to your Ramadan calendar and prepare yourself for an immersive experience. Seven Sands specialises in authentic flavours and inspirations. From 9pm onwards, choose either a specially curated Suhoor set menu or pick from any of the a la carte menu options with traditional Emirati dishes such as Fouga, Harees and Lugaimat.
+971 4 551 6652
The Restaurant at Address Boulevard
Treat yourself this Ramadan at the Address Boulevard’s apartment style dining venue The Restaurant. Enjoy Middle Eastern inspired dishes alongside their regular a la carte menu complete with oriental inspired background music.
8pm until 4am; a la carte
+971 4 888 3444
Plantation Brasserie at Sofitel Dubai Jumeirah Beach
Gather your loved ones and enjoy a special Suhoor set menu every night during Ramadan from 10pm through 3am. Comprising delectable dishes such as cold mezzeh, a choice of traditional soups, Arabic mixed grill and vegetable biryani, diners will be spoiled for choice. Pick an appetiser, soup, main course and dessert from the set menu.
+971 4 448 4848
Stay tuned for this year’s top suhoors and iftars. Visit Ramadan in Dubai for more information.