Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! But in Ramadan, it’s suhoor, the meal before sunrise, with which we Muslims start our fasts!
Hence, it has to be healthy, nutritious, and ample enough to keep us fulfilled till sunset.
And, while having a healthy suhoor at home is how it is done in most places, including Dubai, going out to enjoy a variety of meals at the best places for suhoor is becoming quite a common practice.
Ramadan in 2023 will take place from 22 March to 21 April (subject to the moon sighting)
Therefore, if you’re looking for some amazing places for suhoor in Dubai, here are ten restaurants with suhoor deals that won’t disappoint you!
10 Best Suhoor in Dubai for 2023
If you want to experience the true essence of Ramadan 1444, here are ten suhoor restaurants in Dubai that offer different deals for a hearty suhoor.
Let’s start with one of the most exquisite suhoor places in Dubai: Cara!
It is a fine-dining restaurant that has quite an elaborate suhoor menu, including the finest Arabic and Middle Eastern dishes. You can enjoy jumbo prawns, chicken shawarma, over-baked manakish, and other meat varieties. For dessert, there’s rice pudding, mixed berry cobbler, and Turkish ice cream, after which you can wrap up your suhoor with hot or cold beverages.
Location: The Ritz-Carlton Dubai International Financial Centre
Cost: 180 AED
Timing: 9:30 PM till 3:00 AM
2. Jumeirah Terrace Between The Towers
If you’re looking for a memorable suhoor experience with top quality food and a great atmosphere as well as stunning views, Jumeirah Emirates Towers may be the suhoor for you.
With views of the Museum of the Future and the Dubai skyline beyond, Jumeirah Emirates Towers is the perfect place to relax in a traditional majlis set up. The menu includes a variety of traditional Ramadan dishes with an international twist.
Location: Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Sheikh Zayed Road
Cost: 220 AED
Timing: 9:00 PM till 1:00 AM
3. Bluthner Hall
A place with an a la carte suhoor menu, the Bluthner Hall is famous for housing the Blüthner Louis XIV Grand Piano.
Here you can enjoy a variety of different dishes, including hot and cold mezze, chicken biryani, shawarma, and mixed grill platters. And just before you start your fast, you can enjoy shisha on the terrace with a breathtaking view of the Dubai skyline.
Location: Raffles, The Palm Dubai
Cost: A la Carte
Timing: 9:00 PM till 1:00 AM
How about an affordable suhoor place with great tasting food?
Liwan offers a variety of local dishes on its suhoor menu with the most intricate flavors. And even though the price is quite economical, the variety is expansive. The most famous delicacies are hot and cold mezze, different types of yogurts, ouzi, biryani, and freshly baked bread right out of the oven.
Location: Omar Bin Al Khattab Street, Al Ghurair
Cost: 109 AED
Timing: 2 AM till sunrise
Are you up for a memorable suhoor experience with a luxury buffet?
Ewaan, with its regal setting, is one of the best places for suhoor in Dubai. It offers an expansive international buffet featuring salad stations, mezze bars, live cooking, fresh seafood, and the finest selection of desserts from all around.
In short, if you’re looking for a suhoor place with wholesome and hearty food options, you know where to look!
Location: Palace Downtown Hotel
Cost: 195 AED
Timing: 10:30 PM till 1:30 AM Fridays and Saturdays only.
For the full Arabian nights experience, head to Amaseena at the Ritz-Carlton. Bedouin style tents and arabic music help to create an authentic atmosphere for the perfect family suhoor.
A huge array of dishes are available on the a la carte menu including Mandi-cooked lamb and Moroccan tagines as well as well as lots of other delicious dishes from across the Middle East.
Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Jumeirah Beach
Cost: Prices start at 35 AED.
Timing: 10:00 PM till 12:30 AM
For a tasty Turkish option, why not try Hayal at the St. Regis. Here two people can enjoy a selection of dishes including a selection of succulent meats, grilled sucuk, a wide variety of Mediterranean mezze plates, Turkish cheeses and cold cuts and freshly cut vegetables.
The sharing style menu is priced at 189 AED for two people.
Location: St. Regis, Downtown
Cost: 189 AED for two people.
Timing: Midnight until 4.00AM
8. Ibn Al Bahr
How about some Lebanese food for suhoor?
Ibn Al Bahr has a set suhoor menu that offers a variety of dishes at a reasonable price. The menu includes foul moudammas, balila, a variety of eggs, labneh, halloumi, various salads, vegetables and olives as well as breads and preserves including fig jam in addition to a selection of famous desserts. For drinks, you can choose from tea, orange juice, or coffee.
Now that’s what we call a fulfilling suhoor!
Location: Palm Jumeirah
Cost: 95 AED
Timing: Midnight until 2:30 AM
9. Al Falak Lounge
Why not take suhoor in Dubai’s iconic Burj Al Arab? This year the ballroom, inspired by a Viennese opera house, will be transformed into the perfect ramadan dining venue.
Experience an exclusive array of authentic Arabian dishes in a sumptuous and expansive buffet.
It’s the perfect setting if you’re a large group or meeting up with family and friends, but not so intimate if you’re a small family or a couple wishing to dine together.
Location: Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Umm Suqeim
Cost: 300 AED
Timing: 11.00PM until 3:00 AM
Laylati is one of the restaurants in Dubai that offer a grand suhoor at an affordable price.
It offers an ala carte menu that includes saj and Arabic bread, balila, foul nabit, lentil, and harira soups, a variety of cold mezze, shawarma wraps, and platters, mixed Lebanese grill, lamb chops, and an exquisite seafood platter, among other dishes.
Apart from this, you get a wide variety of desserts, like Umm Ali, cheese kunafa rolls, baklava, tiramisu, and a fresh fruit platter. You can also have your choice of hot or cold beverage.
Location: Grand Hyatt Dubai
Cost: Items from 15 to 200 AED
Timing: 9:00 PM till 2:00 AM
The people of Dubai are known for their extravagant taste in food; therefore, as soon as Ramadan begins they set out to try different iftar and suhoor places with lavish buffets and delectable cuisines.
So, if you also want to have a memorable experience of suhoor in Dubai, do pay a visit to one of the best places for suhoor that we have listed.
Happy fasting and Ramadan Kareem!
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