From enjoying Suhoor under the stars to eating dessert and not worrying about the calories, we’ve handpicked the best Suhoors in town!
Boasting stunning views of the Burj Khalifa and with an elegant outdoor patio, Deck Too is the perfect place to get together with friends and family for Suhoor. Be spoilt for choice as you pick your favourite dishes from their Suhoor menu. Enjoy soft and memory evoking tunes of the Oud, with hubbly bubbly available.
Deck Too, Address Sky View, Downtown Dubai, 10pm – 1 am, A la Carte, 04-873 888 2626, @addressskyview
Homemade Suhoor with Haiya
We’ve been inspired by our favourite recipe content creator Haiya to create our very own Suhoor dishes, in the comfort of our own home (sometimes staying in is good for the soul). Learn how to make this delish dish, that Haiya has created especially for Ramadan, Arabi Coffee Flavored Pots De Creme.
Visit Haiya’s Instagram for more Suhoor recipes and inspiration.
Hookah Lounge at W Dubai
Enjoy a laid-back Suhoor experience at Hookah Lounge. Nestled in the W Dubai The Palm’s stunning garden, the Hookah Lounge is the ideal outdoor setting to enjoy their extensive à la carte menu of traditional Arabic favourites, including Shish Tawook, Lamb Kofta, and a huge selection of Arabic sweets.
Hookah Lounge, W Dubai The Palm, 9pm – 2am, A la Carte, 04-245 5800, @wdubaithepalm
Whatcha’ Taco Bout? This homegrown concept used to be Dubai’s best kept secret (they started out as a food truck) but now when you think of fun and casual Mexican, you think of Maiz Taco!
When we heard they were offering a Suhoor dine-in deal, we knew that this would be our go to, this Ramadan! Using 100% fresh ingredients, homemade traditional Mexican flavours, you can enjoy a host of authentic Mexican mains, with a side of crispy tortilla chips, salsa and an immunity boosting tamarind juice.
Maiz Tacos, JLT, Cluster Y, 9.30pm – 11pm, Suhoor Set Menu AED 49, 04-514 4712, @maiztaco
Enjoy a little bit of DIFC luxury this Suhoor with NYC import Marea, the award-winning Coastal Italian restaurant.
Whether you are in the mood for their famous Lobster and Burrata, handmade Gnocchi or their super Instagramable sphere desserts, Marea is the perfect place to spend Suhoor thanks to their stunning and arty interiors that will truly transport you into a world of luxury and refinement.
Marea, DIFC, Suhoor until late, A la Carte, 04-583 6366, @mareadubai
Mohalla is an Indian concept located in the fashion and art hub of Dubai, D3. Now Mohalla isn’t your typical Indian restaurant. LOVED by Emiratis and expats alike, they pride themselves on using only the freshest ingredients along with healthy alternatives to ghee (clarified butter), dairy and heavy creams that are usually found in Indian food.
Sit outside and enjoy the twinkly lights and stars as you dine on their signature dishes. Our favourite are Keema Pao, Raj Kachori (get your phone out for this one, it’s a show) for those with a sweet tooth you can’t go past Mohalla’s Jalebi with Rabri.
Mohalla, Building 5, D3, Suhoor – 11pm, A la Carte, 052 689 2072, @mohallarestaurant
Project Chaiwala x TheKakaoGuy
We love supporting home-grown so when we heard our fav Project Chaiwala and TheKakaoGuy (who introduced us to burnt cheesecake) have come together to create a truly unique recipe combining the essence of Chai with dessert.
Project Chaiwala shared their famous and heavily guarded secret recipe of their Karak Chai blend (down to the exact spices), and trusted the dessert maker, TheKakaoGuy, to concoct a recipe to deliciously combine Chai and Cheesecake.
The two local businesses supporting one another in the holy month of Ramadan gives the perfect Suhoor combination of chai and a truly Dubai-esque unique dessert. The Karak Burnt Cheesecake will be sold online and is available in-store at Project Chaiwala’s outlets from April 12th 2021 until Eid 2021. Project Chaiwala also offers a pairing of their Chai flasks along with the Cheesecake to further enhance the taste of this limited-edition dessert.
Project Chaiwala, Cinema Akil – Al Serkal, Ibn Battuta and Dubai Media City, 10am -10pm & 12pm – 12am, AED 45 for the Karak Burnt Cheesecake, @projectchaiwala
Transport yourself to an enchanting world as you enter Oumsiat for a signature Arabic Suhoor experience. Delight in the stunning green courtyard as you munch on traditional Arabic dishes that you have been craving! Our favourite is the live Turkish Kunafa station (a girl can never have enough kunafa)!
Oumsiat, Meydan Hotel, 9pm – 2am, AED 150 per person, 04 381 3111, @meydanhotel
Featured as one of the most Instagrammable cafes in the world, it’s no wonder Tania’s Teahouse is a girly haven of quirky prints, individual mugs and did we mention unicorn toast?! This Suhoor enjoy vegan date cookies, Kanafeh bites, artisan stuffed and dipped dates on sticks created especially for Ramadan.
Tania’s Teahouse, Villa 779A Jumeirah Beach Road, Suhoor – 8pm, A la Carte, 04-324 0021, @taniasteahouse
Newly opened Yava Dubai located at popular Wasl 51, will make you feel like you have stepped into a Mediterranean resort with its light and airy interiors, touches of colour and dried flowers in every corner. You will get instant interior envy (hello orange tree at the front of the café)! With dishes you will only find at Yava, this is the perfect place to enjoy Suhoor and late night eats (they are open until 4am). Why not take some snaps to give your friends major FOOD FOMO!
Yava, Wasl 51, Suhoor – 4am, A la Carte, 04-548 5733, @yavadubai