Best Suhoor Places to try in Dubai before Ramadan ends

Best Suhoor Places to try in Dubai before Ramadan ends

A curated list of suhoor places we're excited to try! These amazing spots for Suhoor have been gaining all the traction for all the right reasons, visit them before the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan.

Be advised to book your tables in advance to make sure you do not miss your chance to have a fabulous Suhoor this Ramadan

Ibn AlBahr

Extend your evening by heading to Ibn AlBahr for a laid-back, family-friendly suhoor. The menu comprises a traditional feast of handcrafted delicacies in a modest setting, providing a true Ramadan experience. The delectable dishes are influenced by Lebanese flavors. Start with a variety of classic foul moudammas, a live saj station, fluffy eggs, labneh, and halloumi. The suhoor experience is complete with live music in addition to the gorgeous backdrop and city lights.

Dhs95 per person. Daily, after iftar. Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah (04 553 9575).

Raffles Garden

An outdoor garden featuring an extensive suhoor set menu available from 9pm to midnight. The food includes Middle-Eastern specialities, hot and cold mezze, and indulgent home-made desserts like usmaliyyeh bil ashta and umm ali.

Dhs195 (per person for food only), Dhs260 (including shisha).

Daily, 9pm-midnight. Raffles Dubai, Oud Metha (04 324 8888).

Salamar Shisha lounge

This al fresco eating setting will become an ideal place to spend suhoor after the iftar buffet. Salamar Lounge has a Bedouin feel with views of the lush lawns and skyline, as well as Arabic majlis seating. The open-air lounge will also display UAE artifacts and provide a traditional suhoor menu, as well as shisha and cool drinks.

Prices vary. Daily, 9pm-2.30am. Habtoor Grand Resort, Autograph Collection, JBR (04 408 4257).

Peacock Alley

Enjoy magnificent views of the Dubai Marina skyline from Peacock Alley's gorgeous garden terrace for a Moroccan-themed suhoor. Moroccan tea, as well as Ramadan beverages and traditional Arabic delicacies, are available to guests. A live Qanun musician will also provide relaxing music to set the mood.

Dhs89 per person (Moroccan tea with Arabic sweets), Dhs195 (Moroccan tea, Arabic sweets, and a choice of shisha).

Daily, 8pm-11pm. Waldorf Astoria Palm Jumeirah,  (04 818 2153).

Millennium Place Barsha Heights

The Terrace's exclusive pop-up is the ideal Arabic outdoor eating experience. You can sample a variety of Arabic sweet and savory treats, as well as freshly baked Manakish, live shawarma, and Arabic mixed grill stations. Lamb arayes, umm ali, and Emirati luqaimat, as well as Turkish coffee and Moroccan tea, are one of the region's most popular meals.

Prices vary. Daily, 10am-3am. Barsha Heights (058 606 0831).

Baba

A massively impressivr suhoor snack menu filled with choices of hot and cold mezze served at BABA’s Lounge. Presented to your table, Chef Zulfikar will be cooking up a storm of his specials including akide boregi, calamari, sucuk hellim and a selection of traditional Turkish desserts.

Prices vary. Daily, 8pm-1am. The Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, Dubai Marina (04 511 7373).

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