For those new to Ramadan, suhoor is the meal eaten before sunrise, before the daily fast begins.
Restaurants and Ramadan tents across Dubai are set to offer suhour meals this Ramadan, which is likely to start on Saturday April 2, depending on the sighting of the moon.
These are the restaurants hosting suhour from late evening into the early hours of the morning.
Read on for all of the suhour deals in Dubai for Ramadan 2022.
Al Hadiqa Open Tent
Making the most of Ramadan tents being back in operation, the Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort is serving up an early morning suhoor and evening iftar. For the first meal of the day guests can choose items from the à la carte menu.
Daily, 4.30am until sunrise. Sheraton Jumeirah Beach Resort, Dubai Marina (04 315 3838).
There’s an extensive à la carte menu along with an acoustic band playing daily (except Thursday).The ethos behind the menu is the best quality, natural and sustainable ingredients that, while grounded in tradition, create excitement on the plate. Guests here can make use of the extensive terrace with an impressive view of the Ain Dubai while enjoying a nargileh shisha after their meal.
Prices vary. Daily, 12.30am-2am. Rixos Premium, The Walk, JBR (04 520 0055).
An impressive 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).
An enchanting à la carte suhoor experience with stunning Ramadan décor and captivating Burj Khalifa views. Choose dishes from a delicious a selection of hot and cold mezze, main courses, Arabic-style sandwiches, delicacies from the grill, and desserts.
Prices vary. Daily, 9pm-3am. Address Sky View, Downtown Dubai (04 245 8888).
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DIP Pool Lounge
Guests are encouraged to return for suhoor, at Dip Pool Lounge from 9pm to 3am to enjoy a memorable experience as they prepare for a new fulfilling day of fasting.
Prices vary. Daily, 9pm-3am. The St. Regis Dubai, The Palm (052 698 0526).
Set against a backdrop of regal arches, wooden trellises, luxurious drapery and flamboyant accessories, Ewaan is offering a regal suhoor experience. You can expect a food-heavy affair with an international luxury buffet spread inclusive of water. The buffet will feature salad stations, mezze corners, live cooking stations, carvery, fresh seafood options and desserts from around the world.
Dhs185 (per person). Daily, 10pm-1am. Palace Downtown Hotel, Downtown Dubai (04 428 7961).
Extend your evening and move to Ibn AlBahr for a relaxed family-friendly suhoor experience. Offering a true Ramadan experience, the menu features a traditional feast of homemade dishes in a quaint setting. The sumptuous dishes are inspired by the flavours of Lebanon. Beginning with a selection of traditional foul moudammas, live saj station, fluffy eggs, labneh and halloumi. Along with the stunning backdrop and the city lights, the suhoor experience is complete with live music.
Dhs95 per person. Daily, after iftar. Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah (04 553 9575).
La Terrasse Restaurant
Fill up with authentic Lebanese dishes including shawarmas and authentic manakeesh, along with Ramadan cold and hot drinks.
Prices vary. Daily, 9pm-2am. Two Seasons Hotel, Dubai Internet City (04 381 8114).
Laylati Tent at Grand Hyatt Dubai
Experience a magical suhoor with your loved ones, as you enjoy an indulgent à la carte menu of Arabic specialties and aromatic shisha, in truly opulent surroundings.
Dhs35 (Mon-Fri), Dhs50 (Sat-Sun). Daily, 9pm-2am. Oud Metha (04 317 2221).
Dine here in the late evening for a traditional sharing set menu featuring Arabic hot and cold mezze, mixed grill and selection of sweet treats.
Prices vary. Daily, 10pm-midnight. Queen Elizabeth 2, Mina Rashid (600 500 400).
Start the day with an Arabic selection of desserts, along with hot and cold mezzes, selection of yoghurts, cheese platter, freshly baked Arabic bread, and pastries. Add a main course of delicious ouzi or biryani. All served with free flowing coffee, tea and Ramadan juices.
Dhs69 (adults), Dhs35 (kids aged six to 12). Daily, 2am to sunrise. Swissôtel Al Ghurair, Deira (04 293 3000).
Take in the spectacular views over the Dubai Marina skyline from the stunning garden terrace of Peacock Alley for a Moroccan themed suhoor. Guests can enjoy Moroccan tea along with special Ramadan beverages and traditional Arabic sweets. Plus, the atmosphere will be set by the soothing music from a live Qanun player.
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, [email protected] (04 818 2153).
Dig into a traditional Turkish breakfast for suhoor here, with more than 16 authentic dishes including a cheese plate, a fume meat plate, borek, sucuk, menemen, labneh, halvah, grape molasses, tahini, honey and a variety of dips and jams. Most of the ingredients are flown in from Turkey including the spices, cold cuts, cheese oils, and jam, so you’re guaranteed an authentic taste.
Dhs150 for two, daily 9.30pm-2am, Ruby, Villa 426 (12), Al Wasl Road, Jumeirah 2, (04 547 7387).
Salamar Shisha lounge
After the iftar buffet, this al fresco dining setting will become an exquisite place to spend suhoor. Salamar lounge boasts views of the green lawns and the skyline along with Arabic majlis seating, giving it a Bedouin ambiance. The open-air lounge will also feature UAE artefacts and serve up a traditional suhoor menu, plus shisha and refreshing beverages.
Prices vary. Daily, 9pm-2.30am. Habtoor Grand Resort, Autograph Collection, JBR (04 408 4257).
Seaview Garden and Flow Kitchen
Along with a line-up of fresh fare from its à la carte menu, diners can enjoy the evening with special performers for a musical night under the stars.
Prices vary, 9pm-3am daily, Fairmont The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, fairmont.com/palm-dubai (04 457 3388).
For a relaxed evening after iftar, the Sunken Garden in DIFC, will be serving shisha and an Arabic à la carte menu.
Prices vary. Daily, sunset-4am. The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre (04 372 2323).
Spend your evening enjoying this outdoor restaurant’s chilled-out vibe and suhoor style bites. Pull up a comfy chair and order à la carte.
Prices vary. Daily, 9pm-1am. Media Rotana, Barsha Heights (04 435 0201).
Zoya by Maui
A delicious selection of both old and hot mezze served in the beautiful Sofitel Dubai The Palm hotel.
Prices vary (à la carte). Daily, 9pm-1am. Sofitel Dubai The Palm (04 455 5656).