I love something a little less traditional. Especially when it comes to suhoor.
Promising a selection of dynamic and flavorful Italian dishes. On the unique suhoor menu you’ll find a Antipasti piatto, a platter consisting of halloumi bruschetta, arancini, polpette, sundried tomato paste and homemade garlic infused bread. A Shakshouka Pizza, where the cheese is mixed, tableside, with a tender baked egg. The Pasta E Fagioli Zuppa, a classic Italian soup with veal bacon and a mix of white and red beans. Big cheese lovers should not miss the Calzone Classico, a blend of mozzarella, cheddar, and halloumi along with spicy salami, tomatoes, served with a side of rocket leaves. End the meal with one of their dessert options, like the La Dolce Vita, made of a chocolate dome with saffron cardamom sponge cake and pistachio ricotta cream with fresh berries on the side to cut through the sweetness.
Location: The Dubai Mall, Fashion Avenue Extension
Cost: Starting from Dh39,
Timings: Served from 7pm to 2am
Gold on 27
Gold on 27, located in the iconic Burj Al Arab is focusing on creative mocktail mixology, a new mezze menu and shisha flavours this Ramadan, and the months following. Taking inspiration from the city of Dubai, Gold on 27 has created a menu of hot and cold mezze dishes, including grilled tiger prawns with sharmoula sauce, chicken kebbeh, truffle potato wedges and avocado hummus, all designed for sharing. Matthias Giroud, a famed mixologist whose career began in Paris, France, has added his flair to the drinks menu with creations such as the Burj Garden, a blend of fresh mint, lemon, honey and a cold jasmine green tea infusion, and Ramadan-inspired Fanus Sahlab Milkshake which mixes sahlab, blueberry, homemade hazelnut cordial and pistachio powder. For dessert, enjoy some reinvented classics with a rose flavoured milk cake topped with cotton candy, a sticky date cake and the most ‘Instagrammable’, an ice cream Sundae. There’s also live entertainment and shisha available.
Location: Burj Al Arab
Cost: Dh190 minimum spend
Timings: Daily from 7.45pm to 2am
Mitts & Trays
A spin on the classic afternoon tea, Mitts & Trays have introduced a Suhoor Tea – a three-tiered creation of sweet and savoury bites including saffron cheesecake, rasmalai tres leches, prawn crispers, melon and feta bites, chicken quesadillas and an ode to a uae staple combo, Kraft cheese and Oman chips spring rolls. Good for two to share, the Suhoor Tea stand is served with an option of tea or Emirati/Saudi coffee.
Location: City Walk
Cost: Dh105 per stand
Timings: Daily from 9pm to 1am
Sehr El Bahr
Located in the heart of all the action, the stylish hotel is hosting an a la carte Suhour menu with shisha, that can be enjoyed at Sehr El Bahr; an Arabian style pool deck restaurant with sea views. Suhour Nights at The Deck features a blend of live entertainment, shisha and classic games including traditional playing cards and backgammon as well as authentic Arabic cuisine. There is also a special ladies night suhoor on Monday and Wednesday, where women can benefit from free shisha and a minimum spend of Dh60.
Location: JA Ocean View Hotel, Sehr El Bahr
Cost: Suhour and Premium Shisha Dh199, Suhour and Nu Air Magic Dh220, Suhour and Nu Air Emotion Dh260, Ladies night suhoor, Free shisha with a minimum spend of Dh60
Timings: Daily from 9pm to 3am
The Secret Garden
The Secret Garden at Address Downtown has a great view of Burj Khalifa. Enjoy the alfresco hidden spot and order select bites from the a la carte menu. There’s a various selection of shisa, as well as indoor and outdoor seating and live music.
Location: The Address Downtown
Cost: Dh160 per person
Timings: Daily from sunset to sunrise
Enjoy an open sky suhour in the heart of the city at Downtown Dubai. Taste creations of petit meals inspired by the Silk Road.
Location: Manzil Downtown
Cost: Dh95 per person, Children (6 to 11 years): 50 per cent off dining; Children (5 years and below): Dine with compliments
Timings: Daily from 10.30pm onwards