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Jeddah Edition: Our Guide On The Best Eftar & Suhoor Places

Jeddah is known for its diverse culinary scene, making it a food aficiando's paradise during Ramadan. In this article, we will introduce you to some of the best Iftar and Suhoor restaurants in the city. Are you ready to experience a variety of cuisines and indulge in delectable dishes?

Bonus point: We’ve combined a list of places that vary according to various cuisines and different flavour preferences. Ramadan Mubarak!

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For Fusion: Baco

If you're in search of a spot to enjoy delicious tacos and tapas for Iftar, Baco should be at the top of your list. Furthermore, Baco generously provides its complete menu for patrons who choose to break their fast at the restaurant, ensuring that everyone can indulge in their favorite dishes.
During Ramadan, they open from 5 PM – 3 AM.

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For Saudi Arabian: Khayal

Putting a twist to Saudi cuisine, Khayal is your place to-go if you’re a meat-lover's haven. The grilled awsal, available in either chicken or lamb, is a divine sight to behold. The feasts are very Saudi, and very delicious – perfect for those Ramadan nights!

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For Lebanese: Shababik

Shababik, a genuine Lebanese restaurant and it embodies the true essence of Lebanese hospitality, which is renowned for its hearty dishes and welcoming atmosphere. Eftar is served best with some hummus and taboule!
Their timings are 6 PM – 8 PM, and then 9:30 PM – 3:30 AM.

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For Italian: San Carlo Cicchetti

San Carlo Cicchetti is an award-winning restaurant that serves amazing Italian food. They are known for their Angus Beef Tagliata that is absolutely divine! Their eftar menu is ready so be sure to reserve your table soon!
This Italian spot is open from 6:15 PM – 2:30 AM.

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For Japanese: Myazu

There’s no need for an introduction for this place as Myazu has been voted as the best restaurants in Saudi Arabia. Offering contemporary Japanese, Myazu will give you culinary creations that are rooted in Japanese culture and enriched with the most refined international cuisine influences.
Their time is 6 PM – 3 AM.

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For luxury buffet: Mövenpick Hotel

Mövenpick Hotel is the luxury hotel to be at this Ramadan. Their extravagant Iftar buffet is one of the best in town. They have a wide variety of dishes from different cuisines, including Arabic, Indian, and Chinese.

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