11 Dubai Spots That Will Take Your Sohour Game to the Next Level

Continue your celebration for the holy month of Ramadan and enjoy a delicious Sohour in one of Dubai’s coolest venues. We give you some of the best early morning feasts to experience in Dubai.

 

 

Zayna, The Ramadan Tent

 

Zayna, The Ramadan Tent

 

Evenings come alive at Zayna, a sanctuary of delicious everything where you can experience Sohour in a unique setting enlivened by live instrumental melodies.

Price: A la carte
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall

 

 

Karat

 

Karat

 

Karat, the Arabesque lobby lounge, celebrates the essence of sharing with family-style presentations over Sohour, a fitting expression of oneness and fellowship.

Price: A la carte
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall

 

 

Na3Na3

 

Na3Na3

 

Authentic yet inventive, Na3Na3 explores regional flavors from the Middle East, and presents them over an indulgent Sohour buffet with fascinating and familiar culinary nuances.

 

Price: AED 190 per person, AED 95 per child of 6 to 11 years
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Address Hotel, Dubai Mall

 

 

Ewaan

 

Ewaan

 

In the elegantly Arabesque venue that is Ewaan, feast on a Sohour buffet with those close to you, as live oud harmonies set the mood for the evening.

 

Price: AED 250 per person, set menu | A la carte menu also available. Lakeside Tents minimum spend of AED 600 per cabana. Children under 18 are not permitted to dine in the smoking section
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: The Palace Gardens, Downtown Dubai
Terms: Free valet parking

 

 

The Courtyard

 

The Courtyard

 

The enchanting setting of The Courtyard is the perfect environment to relax over the à la carte Sohour offerings, charming live entertainment and aromatic hubbly bubbly.

 

Price: AED 170 per person, AED 85 per child of 6 to 12 years
Call: +971 4 888 3444
Address: Manzil Downtown Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Downtown Dubai, Dubai

 

 

Manzil Tent

 

 

Manzil Tent

 

With the stunning boulevard as your view, indulge in an à la carte menu and Ramadan specials. Enjoy live oud music or watch the European football championship with friends over food, beverages and hubbly bubbly.

 

Price: A la carte menu pricing, minimum spend of AED 100 per person inclusive of hubbly bubbly.
Call: +971 4 888 3444 or +971 4 428 5928
Address: Manzil Hotel, Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard, Dubai

 

 

Ayamna

 

ayamna

 

A newly-opened Lebanese restaurant in Atlantis.

 

Price: A la carte menu. Minimum spend AED 195
Call: +971 4 426 2626
Address: Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai

 

 

Asateer

 

Asateer

 

An ultimate Ramadan experience with glittering lights. Oriental entertainment and a wide array of buffet dishes and traditional delicacies. Also shisha, card games and chess.

 

Price: A la carte mezze dishes. Minimum spend AED 185
Call: +971 4 426 1000
Address: Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai

 

 

Palm Garden Ramadan Tent

 

Palm Garden Ramadan Tent

 

The tent is located within Palm Garden with a private entrance, valet and Iftar offering. Buffet with and cold mezze, main course and dessert. Shisha, playing cards and traditional games are also available.

 

Price: A la carte items and shisha
Call: +971 4 602 1814
Address: Park Hyatt Dubai, Deira, Dubai

 

 

Suq

 

Suq Four Seasons Resort

 

Named after the traditional Arabian marketplace, SUQ invites guests into a warm and inviting atmosphere with its Arabesque appeal and sumptuous setting that boasts both an indoor restaurant area and tented lounge seating.

 

Price: AED 190 per person
Call: +971 4 270 7803
Address: Four Seasons Resort Dubai at Jumeirah Beach, Jumeriah, Dubai

 

 

Al Maeda

 

Al Maeda

 

A traditional, casual restaurant serving Levant and North African dishes. Traditional buffet with tagine, lentil soup and Um Ali.

 

Price: A la carte menu and platters. AED 69 (standard platter), AED 89 (premium platter)
Call: +971 4 453 3333
Address: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dubai, Jumeirah Beach, Dubai Marina, Dubai

 

 

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