Traditionally speaking, Suhoor is the last meal one can have before starting a new day of fasting. Its main purpose is to ensure that the faster is ready for a full day of not eating or drinking and helps to set the day off on the right foot.
In Dubai, Suhoor typically starts at around 9:00pm and doesn't end until the early hours of the morning, making it the perfect opportunity for residents in Dubai to catch up with friends, relax with family, or head out for a quick bite to eat when most restaurants are usually closed.
Check out some of our favorite Suhoors in Dubai below.
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Cafe Society will be offering a Suhoor set menu every night of Ramadan for AED 80 per person. Alternatively, you can order off their A la carte menu.
10% of the bill will be donated to the Red Crescent during Ramadan.
Suhoor at Scape on the Terrace
Step into Burj Al Arab Jumeirah this Ramadan and then step out to Scape: a social dining experience that introduces your taste buds to Californian fusion. Shisha and the a la carte suhoor menu will be served from 8:00pm-11:45pm.
This Ramadan, Sahn Eddar at the Burj Al Arab will give you not one but two ways to enjoy Suhoor.
1. A la carte Suhoor experience at Sahn Eddar
A mesmerizing water display, live classical music and surroundings of marble and mosaic make Sahn Eddar a dining destination like no other. Set in the sumptuous surroundings of the world’s tallest atrium, Sahn Eddar is the perfect place to savor a delicious Suhoor.
- A la carte (AED 160 minimum spend)
- Children aged 4 to 11 years old enjoy 50% off
- Children below the age of 4 years old dine free
2. Royal Cabana Suhoor
Overlook the sea from your very own private veranda as you and five others enjoy a Royal Suhoor and become captivated by Dubai’s glittering night sky. This is the place to escape from the crowds and enjoy a more intimate evening with the best of company. Enjoy irresistible nibbles, Ramadan juices, dates, laban, soft drinks and a bottle of the famous, Gold Emotion. You’ll be moved like never before.
Price: AED 2,400 per cabana
Time: 8:00pm to 1:00am
Experience an authentic Arabic Suhoor at The Market Place with their Ramadan inspired a la carte menu. Meals starting from AED 30.
Suhoor at Sean Connolly Dubai Opera is laid-back and hidden away in the heart of Downtown on the top of Dubai Opera, making it the perfect location for peace and tranquility.
Price: A La Carte menu dishes starting from AED 40
After Iftar, continue the evening with Suhoor at Besh in a relaxed environment paired with the true taste of Turkey. Enjoy an a la carte meal with a selection of hot and cold mezze, pides, mixed grill platters and an array of Turkish desserts throughout the night with stunning views and traditional Turkish tea and shisha.
If you are looking for something a bit more luxurious for Suhoor this Ramadan, head to Giardino at the Palazzo Versace. Every night from 10:30pm-2:00am, guests can enjoy delectable dishes from their a la carte menu.
Boulevard Kitchen, with its central location in Downtown Dubai, is the perfect spot to kick back and unwind for Suhoor. Every night from 10:00pm-3:00am guests can enjoy an eclectic Suhoor a la carte menu while being serenaded by a live oud player.
For Suhoor, SUQ will be offering a reduced a la carte arabic food menu with extensive selection on shisha flavors in a cozy and casual lounge atmosphere.
Price: Minimum spend of AED 210 per person (not including shisha)
In celebration of the Holy Month of Ramadan, we are delighted to announce the return of the official DIFC Ramadan Majlis, promising a distinctive experience inspired by the timeless hospitality synonymous with the Arabian culture.
Suhoor will be offered from 9:00pm-2:00am every night during Ramadan and guests have three options when dining at the Ritz Carlton Ramadan Majlis.
1. Normal seating
- AED 100 minimum spend per person, excluding shisha
2. Exclusive Suhoor Majlis Offers (Regular)
AED 1500 + VAT minimum spend per person for Regular Majlis, including shisha
3. Exclusive Suhoor Majlis Offers (VIP)
AED 3000 + VAT minimum spend per person for VIP Majlis, including shisha
The ever so popular Fairuz Ramadan Tent will be offering their a la carte menu for Suhoor every night from 9:00pm-2:00am.
Looking to add a luxurious touch to your Ramadan nights? Head to Le Patio at the St. Regis Dubai to make that dream a reality.
Price: AED 165 per person.
An a la carte only Suhoor will be available at Flow Kitchen every night from 9:00pm-11:00pm.
In the spirit of togetherness, Amaseena Majlis is the ideal destination to gather with groups of family, friends and colleagues, as culture and cuisine seamlessly blend over Suhoor in the heart of Dubai Marina.
- AED 160 per person
- Children 6-12 years old 50% off
- Children 5 and younger dine free
During the month of Ramadan, Shimmers will be open for an a la carte suhoor from 10:00pm-2:00am.
During Ramadan, Em Sherif WILL be open for Suhoor from 10:30pm-2:00am priced at AED 130 per person including drinks.
Ninive will be hosting an a la carte Suhoor from 9:00pm-2:00am every night with a minimum spend of AED 300 per person.
Want to find out more about whats happening in Dubai this Ramadan?
Check out our other articles about The Best Ramadan Tents in 2018, Our Favorite Non-Traditional Iftar Ideas, as well as A Guide to Ramadan Savings, All Day Dining During Ramadan, and Must-Try: Luxury Iftars in Dubai 2018.