20 Iftar & Suhoor Spots To Try In Dubai This Ramadan
We are finally in the month of Ramadan and the UAE is in full swing of hosting hearty iftar and suhoor meals across a number of fabulous venues. Moreover, some of these venues are even partnering up with local charities in the spirit of giving, as they donate meals and vouchers to those who do not have enough at this holy time of year and beyond.
If you’re wondering where you should be breaking your fast, we’ve got you covered for the next 20 days with these spots scattered across Dubai in Dubai Design District, Bluewaters Island, Souk Madinet Jumeirah & Business Bay.
Bageri Form is known for scrumptious bakery classics with works of wonder in the form of savoury bites baked and prepared on-site every day. This Ramadan, the open plan bakeshop is going above and beyond with special options for Suhoor, including halwa cheesecake, chocolate fudge cake, passionfruit and caramel lattes, and infused caramelized dates cake served with vanilla ice cream.
Serving outrageously succulent burgers, GOAT Burger invites guests to satisfy their hunger and sweet tooth with treats from their specialty Ramadan menu. The joint is serving up special slider buckets for families and friends along with nostalgic Ramadan ice cream flavors, desserts and special Arabic drinks.
Serving carefully crafted dishes, luxury Belgium Chocolate and specialty coffee, the unique space was created by six Emirati women who came together to create this one-of-a-kind concept. During Ramadan they will be serving traditional sweets for dine in and delivery all over UAE. From Kunefe skillets, Ashaliya, and date pudding trays, indulge your sweet tooth throughout the Holy Month.
From a vibrant Mezza selection to decadent desserts, the Lighthouse’s innovative Mediterranean-inspired dishes offer the highest quality food made from fresh and seasonal produce and served in a relaxed environment. Family and friends are invited to delight in the three-course Iftar meal for AED150 which sports a variety of delicious options.
Nestled in Dubai Design District (d3), Mohalla is an intimate and soulful experience serving up Indian comfort food with signature attention to detail and flavors. With its vibrant colors it’s the place to be for gastronomes this Ramadan. Take advantage of the three-course set menu with water included for AED115 per person.
The enticing combination of an artistic ambience, stylish furniture and expertly crafted dishes makes Molecule one of the most remarkable dining spots at Dubai Design District (d3). Enjoy their special AED69 Iftar three-course set menu of bistro inspired international cuisine on their beautiful terrace all throughout Ramadan.
In the mood for a Mediterranean-inspired menu and specialty coffee? Then add The Name to your next Iftar dining experience. Complete with soup, starters, salad, a main course and desert for AED75, expect delicious bites and a relaxed, yet vibrant contemporary setting perfect for a casual evening. Even their Suhoor menu includes a range of special sweet and salty wraps and desserts to keep you full for the next day.
Get ready to be transported to the dinner table of an Emirati mother at SMAT, known for delicious Emirati-inspired cuisine that evokes nostalgia. For AED80 per person, the much-loved local restaurant is offering set menus including soup, salad, starters, a main course and traditional sweet to top it all off.
Indulge in the spirit of Ramadan at La Brioche. Enjoy a wide array of delicious main dishes in a cosy ambience straight from the rustic countryside of France. Get a taste of their Ramadan set menu for AED105 per person and expect nothing less than genuine and flavorful French cuisine.
There aren’t many places in Dubai that bring together Neapolitan pizza, artisanal coffee and classic cars. At DRVN, you’ll find this unique combination and stay for the delicious brew and unique atmosphere. Rev into the swanky two-storey warehouse this Ramadan for a special set menu of three courses and beverages for AED199.
Beyond its backdrop of the glittering sea and skyline, Leen’s doesn’t need much pomp and splendor to reel you in. Casual – and all the more chic for it – the culinary team at this bistro channels their efforts into concocting a flavorful journey around the world. Considering food is the wow-factor, there’s no better place to break your fast than Leen’s, which is offering up a wholesome three-course iftar set menu for AED112 per person.
It’s all about Turkish food, Turkish desserts and, most importantly, historical Turkish ice cream at Mado. Dressed in hues of blue, white and gold, this elegant eatery is located in Bluewaters’ newly unveiled indoor shopping and dining area, The Wharf, and looks out onto the towering Ain Dubai. They’re pulling out all the stops for Iftar, with a soup, salad, main course and dessert for only AED105 per person. Of course, this comes with Turkish tea to kick you out of an inevitable food coma.
Sah El Nom
There’s no better place to immerse yourself in the Ramadan spirit than Sah El Nom for an authentic Syrian and oriental food experience. Their menu goes all the way from classic recipes to new-age kitchen adventures that promise an enriching dining and social experience. With unique cuisine, immaculate views, and a delicious set Iftar menu for AED150 and AED95 for Suhoor, Sah El Nom is sure to satisfy all your cravings.
Tete is a new premier restaurant to keep an eye on this Ramadan, offering flavors from the Middle East with a unique serving style from Latin America. Their Lebanese culinary experience combined with some of the best views in town means you simply can’t go wrong. Bring your family and friends to break their fast over a large selection of Arabic and international buffets for AED129 and AED149 with shisha.
With resident Persian chefs plating magical concoctions, Anar is the place where authenticity and tradition are the foundation of their dishes. Bask in views of Burj Al Arab as you indulge in their three-course set menu with choices of starters, mains and desserts, as well as complimentary fresh juice for AED140 per pers
In an atmosphere that is second to none, Newton packs a punch with its cosmopolitan fusion of experiences curated with ambience, food and service reflective of their roots in Berlin. The restaurant’s views by the water and cuisine will keep you sticking around. Head on over to break your fast and indulge in a variety of signature plates – their executive chef has created delectable set menus boasting international cuisine especially for Iftar and Suhoor.
Trattoria is a much-loved Italian restaurant nestled alongside the tranquil waterways of Souk Madinat Jumeirah. Having mastered rustic Tuscan cuisine, the eatery is offering guests the option of either a two-course menu for AED100 or a three-course set menu for AED150 per person.
25 Degrees North
25 Degrees North is the perfect starting point of a culinary journey through India. The restaurant transports you to roadside eateries along the plains of Northern India packed with thousands of flavors. Don’t miss the opportunity to savor the exotic aromas and dishes using traditional spices and herbs served with a modern twist. For Ramadan, they will be offering special set meals for AED79 for one, and a family meal for AED129.
Tangerine welcomes guests to enjoy exquisite Thai food and Far Eastern specialties this Ramadan. Lead your tastebuds on a Pan Asian tour with authentic and delicious bites reminiscent of Thai, Chinese, Singaporean, Indonesian and Malay culinary traditions. Enjoy their four-course meal and complimentary drink for only AED79, as well as free home delivery.
Tazzina, Bay Avenue
Your palette could always use a little something sweet after a hearty meal. Those looking to cool down with a cone will love Tazzina. Considered one of the best ice creams in town, grab your friends and family for their ‘buy four– get one’ free Gelato offer as well as their 30% discount on hot beverages and cakes.