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Five luxurious Suhoors to try in the UAE

Here's where to spend your evenings...
Whilst many spend their days fasting, there's a lot to do at night. Take a look at our edit of the top Suhoors to try around the country...

Ramadan is officially upon us for 2018. And after we break our fast during Iftar, the country comes alive at night with people flocking to Suhoor tents around the city. Now we know there’s a lot of options to choose from, so we’ve narrowed it down to the top 5 places around the country to indulge in special Suhoor menus this Holy Month…


All throughout the Holy Month, Ninive (located at Jumeirah Emirates Towers) will be welcoming guests with Suhoor offerings to be enjoyed in its special Arabian-esque atmosphere. With breathtaking views of Dubai’s skyline, guests can choose from a curated a la carte menu with beverages and Shisha, whilst listening to live entertainment. 

Suhoor at Ninive will take place from 9pm-4am and guests need to spend a minimum of Dhs300 per person. Ninive is located at Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Dubai. 

Lido restaurant and One Deck on the QE2 

Just last month, one of the city’s most highly anticipated projects finally came to life: the world-famous cruise liner, Queen Elizabeth 2 (QE2). This Ramadan the 13-deck hotel will also offer a royal service experience, courtesy of a purpose-built majlis and its restaurants.

Suhoor at Lido restaurant and One Deck on the QE2 will take place from 9pm-1am and it will be priced at Dhs175 per person (inclusive of buffet and soft beverages).

The Dallah Lounge at Emirates Golf Club 

In the heart of Dubai’s beautiful lush green golf courses, there’s a new tent experience open for Iftar and Suhoor during Ramadan. Designed especially to give its visitors a unique Ramadan experience, its special Suhour menu features a series of delicious mezze, sandwiches, soups, salads, platters and grills, as well as a shisha menu. 

Suhoor at The Dallah Lounge at Emirates Golf Club will take place from 9pm-3am.

Waldorf Astoria Ras Al Khaimah

If you’re up for a little adventure this Ramadan, set your sights on Ras Al Khaimah for the ultimate Iftar and Suhoor experiences. Just a 40-minute drive away from Dubai, the Waldorf Astoria in Ras Al Khaimah is home to a selection of culinary delights including Japanese, Mediterranean and international cuisines and gives its guests a series of options for Suhoor. During the Holy Month, begin your fasting journey with the hotel’s Suhoor menu at its main restaurant or even order it to your room. 

The Suhoor menu at Waldorf Astoria in Ras Al Khaimah is priced at Dhs99. 

99 Sushi Bar Abu Dhabi

If you love Japanese cuisine, Abu Dhabi’s 99 Sushi Bar is the place for you. During the month-long celebration, you’ll be able to enjoy an exclusive selection of the restaurant’s finest dishes and their catered Suhoor menu. Plus, the view from Abu Dhabi’s Al Maryah Island is just breathtaking! 

Suhoor at 99 Sushi Bar is priced at Dhs199 and is located at The Galleria on Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi. 

Now, take a look at how Google is celebrating the Holy Month