The best restaurants for a spectacular suhoor in Dubai this Ramadan

The best restaurants for a spectacular suhoor in Dubai this Ramadan



The FACT team pick the perfect places to enjoy elongated Ramadan evenings in Dubai.

Suhoor is the pre-dawn meal consumed by Muslims before the daily fast during Ramadan. It holds a significant place in Islamic tradition and practice, serving not only as a source of physical sustenance but also as a spiritual and social occasion. The word "suhoor" translates to "the last part of the night", and these are the best places to enjoy a superb suhoor in Dubai this Ramadan.


For Suhoor, Asil offers a superb Ramadan set menu, ideally suited for parties of four or more. Set against the backdrop of Ain Dubai, the venue perfectly captures the essence of the season with a live clarinettist and a roaming henna artist. The set menu features dishes inspired by the timeless Ramadan spirit, and hubbly bubbly is also offered. Available from 7:30pm to 3am. AED 275 per person.

GO: Call 04 520 0055 for reservations and more information.

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Four Seasons Hotel DIFC

Nestled amidst an intimate botanical terrace, Penrose Lounge offers a breathtaking view of the crescent moon and the world's tallest tower. Here, the melodic strums of the Oud evoke memories of ancient Arabian scales while guests enjoy the rich flavours of the Middle East, from the sweet and tangy muhammara to succulent grilled lamb chops. AED 210 per person (six-course set menu) or AED 330 per person (six-course set menu, shisha and Arabic coffee).

GO: Call 04 506 0000 for reservations and more information.

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Mandarin Oriental Jumeira, Dubai

Paying tribute to the UAE's rich heritage, Majlis by Mandarin Oriental features exquisite decor and an outdoor terrace, ideal for a memorable evening under the stars. For suhoor, the set menu combines the very best of Middle Eastern cuisine with signature creations from Netsu by Ross Shonhan and Tasca by José Avillez. Diners can also enjoy traditional favourites such as ouzi, mezze and mixed grills from the extensive buffet spread. Available daily, from 10pm to 1am. AED 350 per person (sharing menu)

GO: Call 04 777 2223 for reservations and more information.

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Nara Desert Escape

Embrace the spirit of Ramadan at Nara Desert Escape, an enchanting private desert camp transformed into an Arabian spice market. Here, guests can enjoy regional clay pot specialities like fish saydieh, tasty tajines, curries, and live stations featuring slow-cooked roast lamb, Middle Eastern kebabs, firewood bread, and manakeesh. Suhoor entertainment features a captivating fire show, live oud music, shisha and tea. Available daily from 9pm to midnight. AED 590 for adults and AED 250 for children.

GO: Call 050 336 7909 for reservations and more information.

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One&Only Royal Mirage

Enjoy suhoor under the stars at One&Only Royal Mirage, where the serene beauty of the night sky meets the rich tapestry of Moroccan culinary tradition. Experience the enchantment of the Holy Month within the tranquil setting of the Garden Oasis at Arabian Courtyard. Available daily from 9.30pm to 2am, with a minimum spend of AED 150 per person.

GO: Visit for reservations and more information.

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Palace Downtown

Embrace the spirit of the season with enchanting suhoor feasts at Ewaan. Boasting majestic views of the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Fountain, immerse yourself in an evening filled with cultural richness as an Arabic singer and oud player enchant guests with their captivating melodies. Diners can also delight in a flavorful culinary experience featuring a selection of Ramadan favourites. Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday throughout Ramadan, from 10:30pm to 1am. AED 195 per person and AED 100 per child.

GO: Call 04 428 7961 for reservations and more information.

Palazzo Versace Dubai

Palazzo Versace Dubai's charming Hikayat Garden has been exclusively curated for the Holy Month, welcoming guests to experience an al fresco iftar under the stars with a picturesque backdrop of Dubai's historic Creek. Renowned for its lavish hospitality, the hotel offers a delightful iftar buffet amidst authentic Arabian decor. Available daily from 9:30pm to 3am. AED 200 minimum spend per person.

GO: Visit for reservations and more information. 

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Raffles The Palm Dubai

Blüthner Hall, set within the grandeur of Raffles The Palm Dubai's lobby, offers a suhoor filled with old-world charm and elegance. The peaceful, reflective atmosphere is enhanced by the soft tunes of a live pianist, setting the stage for a night of Arabian delicacies from a Middle Eastern-inspired á la carte menu alongside expertly crafted mocktails, coffees, and teas. Available daily from 9pm to 2:30am. Prices from AED 220 per person. 

GO: Visit for reservations and more information.

The Lana, Dorchester Collection

The Lana's grand ballroom, adorned with burgundy, gold, and white hues, resonates with Ramadan's warmth and hospitality. From Arabic delicacies to Asian and European flavours, Executive Chef Oliver Jackson presents a buffet-style suhoor complemented by live food stations. Complete your dining experience with an assortment of desserts, including traditional Arabic sweets and a live Kunafa station. Available daily from 10pm to 1am. AED 295 per person.

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The Lana Dorchester Collection