Top 16 Iftars/Suhoors in Dubai this Ramadan

Make the most of breaking your fast
When it comes to Ramadan QD's has its offering pretty much perfect. This year sees the return of its Creek-side, dedicated Ramadan tent that stays open late into the night. The iftar is in the form of an international buffet, but its strengths are the long suhoors overlooking the Dubai skyline, Creek-side atmosphere and ample Shisha menu. Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Dubai. Dhs160. Sunset to 9pm. Tel: 04 2956000
When it comes to Ramadan QD's has its offering pretty much perfect. This year sees the return of its Creek-side, dedicated Ramadan tent that stays open late into the night. The iftar is in the form of an international buffet, but its strengths are the long suhoors overlooking the Dubai skyline, Creek-side atmosphere and ample Shisha menu. Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Dubai. Dhs160. Sunset to 9pm. Tel: 04 2956000
Having built a reputation as one of the city's most consistently good restaurants, Coya's inclusion in this list is expected. The sharing concept of its Peruvian cuisine makes it ideal for a communal iftar (or early suhoor) with close friends and family, and this Ramadan they have added some Middle Eastern dishes to the menu to mix things up a bit. Four Seasons Dubai, Jumeriah Beach Road. Dhs240. Sunset to 11pm. Tel: 04 3169600
Having built a reputation as one of the city's most consistently good restaurants, Coya's inclusion in this list is expected. The sharing concept of its Peruvian cuisine makes it ideal for a communal iftar (or early suhoor) with close friends and family, and this Ramadan they have added some Middle Eastern dishes to the menu to mix things up a bit. Four Seasons Dubai, Jumeriah Beach Road. Dhs240. Sunset to 11pm. Tel: 04 3169600
If you're feeling like you need a trip off the well-trodden path, then it's worth checking out Firebird Diner. This upscale American-style diner will be serving a selection of classic US dishes including popcorn shrimp and chicken and waffles all month long. It's open late. Four Seasons Dubai, DIFC, Dubai. Dhs200. Sunset to 2am. Tel: 04 5060000
If you're feeling like you need a trip off the well-trodden path, then it's worth checking out Firebird Diner. This upscale American-style diner will be serving a selection of classic US dishes including popcorn shrimp and chicken and waffles all month long. It's open late. Four Seasons Dubai, DIFC, Dubai. Dhs200. Sunset to 2am. Tel: 04 5060000
Hipster favourite hotspot Ghaf Kitchen is launching a ‘Pop-Up’ Iftar of sorts this month entitled 'Brighton Rock'. Located at Cafe Rider it has created an cool, 1960/70s biker culture-inspired set up, complete with classic seaside hut and the famous Ghaf Kitchen vintage Citroen H van as the central service area. Cafe Rider, Al Quoz. Dhs180. 7pm to 9pm. Tel: 04 4430355
Hipster favourite hotspot Ghaf Kitchen is launching a ‘Pop-Up’ Iftar of sorts this month entitled 'Brighton Rock'. Located at Cafe Rider it has created an cool, 1960/70s biker culture-inspired set up, complete with classic seaside hut and the famous Ghaf Kitchen vintage Citroen H van as the central service area. Cafe Rider, Al Quoz. Dhs180. 7pm to 9pm. Tel: 04 4430355
If you're looking to turn a night's iftar into a bit of a special event then Rang Mahal should be on your list. With a special 11-course menu compiled by famed Indian chef Atul Kochhar, this is a serious food indulgence, in a beautiful restaurant. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai. Dhs325. Sunset to 11,30pm. Tel: 04 4143000
If you're looking to turn a night's iftar into a bit of a special event then Rang Mahal should be on your list. With a special 11-course menu compiled by famed Indian chef Atul Kochhar, this is a serious food indulgence, in a beautiful restaurant. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai. Dhs325. Sunset to 11,30pm. Tel: 04 4143000
The gorgeously appealing restaurant on the Downtown Boulevard becomes even more enticing this month with the modernist Arabic interior complimenting the healthy Iftar offering. Definitely one for your 'to try' list. Manzil Downtown Dubai. Dhs170. Sunset to 10pm. Tel: 04 4285888
The gorgeously appealing restaurant on the Downtown Boulevard becomes even more enticing this month with the modernist Arabic interior complimenting the healthy Iftar offering. Definitely one for your 'to try' list. Manzil Downtown Dubai. Dhs170. Sunset to 10pm. Tel: 04 4285888
For a slight twist on the traditional, Almaz by Momo offer a North African take on iftar. This super-stylish restaurant has become a popular spot to break fast, thanks to the options of playing traditional boardgames as well as encouraging young families to attend. The Beach, JBR, Dubai. Dhs175. Sunset to 9pm. Tel: 04 4371638
For a slight twist on the traditional, Almaz by Momo offer a North African take on iftar. This super-stylish restaurant has become a popular spot to break fast, thanks to the options of playing traditional boardgames as well as encouraging young families to attend. The Beach, JBR, Dubai. Dhs175. Sunset to 9pm. Tel: 04 4371638
For sheer wow factor having a view of the Burj Al Arab and the waterways of the Madinat, Zheng He's is pretty tough to beat. A little different from the Arabic-inspired menus of most iftars, the restaurant is serving up a dim sum menu that is pretty special. Mina a'Salam, Madinat Jumeirah. Prices vary. Sunset to 11.30pm. Tel: 04 3666159
For sheer wow factor having a view of the Burj Al Arab and the waterways of the Madinat, Zheng He's is pretty tough to beat. A little different from the Arabic-inspired menus of most iftars, the restaurant is serving up a dim sum menu that is pretty special. Mina a'Salam, Madinat Jumeirah. Prices vary. Sunset to 11.30pm. Tel: 04 3666159
If you're looking for a touch more privacy than your average iftar, then Pierchic has not let us down yet. The seafood is almost as good as the setting (it's hard to be better), and this Ramadan, the menus has been given an arabic twist. Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeriah, Dubai. Dhs270. Tel: 04 3666705
If you're looking for a touch more privacy than your average iftar, then Pierchic has not let us down yet. The seafood is almost as good as the setting (it's hard to be better), and this Ramadan, the menus has been given an arabic twist. Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeriah, Dubai. Dhs270. Tel: 04 3666705
Spending an evening in a sprawling, elegant lounge decked out in opulent decor is a must (at least once) during this year's Holy month. With both iftar and suhoor offerings, the vast amounts of food, live oud music, TV screens and plenty of lounging space puts the JW Marriott Marquis' offering at the top of the bill. JW Marriot Marquis, Dubai, Dhs195, sunset to 8.30pm. Tel: 4 4143000
Spending an evening in a sprawling, elegant lounge decked out in opulent decor is a must (at least once) during this year's Holy month. With both iftar and suhoor offerings, the vast amounts of food, live oud music, TV screens and plenty of lounging space puts the JW Marriott Marquis' offering at the top of the bill. JW Marriot Marquis, Dubai, Dhs195, sunset to 8.30pm. Tel: 4 4143000
You are never short of options of places to dine at Atlantis, and this Ramadan you can't do much better than heading to its famous Asateer tent. Set up every Ramadan, the enormous space is perfect for hosting large groups for iftar and Suhoor. The buffet is also complemented by shisha, card games and backgammond sets. Atlantis The Palm, Dubai. Dhs205. Sunset to 2.30am. Tel: 04 4260376
You are never short of options of places to dine at Atlantis, and this Ramadan you can't do much better than heading to its famous Asateer tent. Set up every Ramadan, the enormous space is perfect for hosting large groups for iftar and Suhoor. The buffet is also complemented by shisha, card games and backgammond sets. Atlantis The Palm, Dubai. Dhs205. Sunset to 2.30am. Tel: 04 4260376
A nice alternative to the mass eating-hall iftars that are readily available around the city, the new St. Regis Dubai offers an elegant, family-focused option with plenty of Arabic dishes and juices on offer. St Regis Dubai, Al Habtoor City, Dubai. Dhs195. Sunset to 8.30pm. Tel: 04 4355577
A nice alternative to the mass eating-hall iftars that are readily available around the city, the new St. Regis Dubai offers an elegant, family-focused option with plenty of Arabic dishes and juices on offer. St Regis Dubai, Al Habtoor City, Dubai. Dhs195. Sunset to 8.30pm. Tel: 04 4355577
For a restaurant famed for it's high-profile clientelle, you can expect some top-notch food to break your fast. The traditional Lebanese cuisine is of the highest quality, and it's a pretty good spot for corporate hosting too. The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Dubai. Dhs210. Tel: 04 3198760
For a restaurant famed for it's high-profile clientelle, you can expect some top-notch food to break your fast. The traditional Lebanese cuisine is of the highest quality, and it's a pretty good spot for corporate hosting too. The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Dubai. Dhs210. Tel: 04 3198760
Make an evening of your iftar with a tasty traditional Arabic iftar followed by a shisha on the stylish decking area of the Vida Hotel Downtown. Despite it's central location, the stylish boutique hotel feels miles away from Dubai - and it sure is pretty. Vida Hotel, Downtown Dubai. Dhs170. Sunset to 10pm. Tel: 04 4286888
Make an evening of your iftar with a tasty traditional Arabic iftar followed by a shisha on the stylish decking area of the Vida Hotel Downtown. Despite it's central location, the stylish boutique hotel feels miles away from Dubai - and it sure is pretty. Vida Hotel, Downtown Dubai. Dhs170. Sunset to 10pm. Tel: 04 4286888
Despite having only opened its doors in March, City Walk's contemporary-Indian restaurant is gaining quite the reputation. For its first Ramadan, the chic-space will be providing diners with a unique collection of Indian and Arabic dishes with elements of molecular gastronomy. City Walk 2, Dubai. Tel: 04 394 2556
Despite having only opened its doors in March, City Walk's contemporary-Indian restaurant is gaining quite the reputation. For its first Ramadan, the chic-space will be providing diners with a unique collection of Indian and Arabic dishes with elements of molecular gastronomy. City Walk 2, Dubai. Tel: 04 394 2556
Named after the famous Sicilian street market, and designed as such, there couldn't be a more apt place to tuck into a delicious Italian buffet. Forget pizzas and pastas (they have those too), this is healthy Italian cuisine in sizable portions. Conrad Hotel, Dubai. Tel: 04 444 7111
Named after the famous Sicilian street market, and designed as such, there couldn't be a more apt place to tuck into a delicious Italian buffet. Forget pizzas and pastas (they have those too), this is healthy Italian cuisine in sizable portions. Conrad Hotel, Dubai. Tel: 04 444 7111
When it comes to Ramadan QD's has its offering pretty much perfect. This year sees the return of its Creek-side, dedicated Ramadan tent that stays open late into the night. The iftar is in the form of an international buffet, but its strengths are the long suhoors overlooking the Dubai skyline, Creek-side atmosphere and ample Shisha menu. Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Dubai. Dhs160. Sunset to 9pm. Tel: 04 2956000
Having built a reputation as one of the city's most consistently good restaurants, Coya's inclusion in this list is expected. The sharing concept of its Peruvian cuisine makes it ideal for a communal iftar (or early suhoor) with close friends and family, and this Ramadan they have added some Middle Eastern dishes to the menu to mix things up a bit. Four Seasons Dubai, Jumeriah Beach Road. Dhs240. Sunset to 11pm. Tel: 04 3169600
If you're feeling like you need a trip off the well-trodden path, then it's worth checking out Firebird Diner. This upscale American-style diner will be serving a selection of classic US dishes including popcorn shrimp and chicken and waffles all month long. It's open late. Four Seasons Dubai, DIFC, Dubai. Dhs200. Sunset to 2am. Tel: 04 5060000
Hipster favourite hotspot Ghaf Kitchen is launching a ‘Pop-Up’ Iftar of sorts this month entitled 'Brighton Rock'. Located at Cafe Rider it has created an cool, 1960/70s biker culture-inspired set up, complete with classic seaside hut and the famous Ghaf Kitchen vintage Citroen H van as the central service area. Cafe Rider, Al Quoz. Dhs180. 7pm to 9pm. Tel: 04 4430355
If you're looking to turn a night's iftar into a bit of a special event then Rang Mahal should be on your list. With a special 11-course menu compiled by famed Indian chef Atul Kochhar, this is a serious food indulgence, in a beautiful restaurant. JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, Dubai. Dhs325. Sunset to 11,30pm. Tel: 04 4143000
The gorgeously appealing restaurant on the Downtown Boulevard becomes even more enticing this month with the modernist Arabic interior complimenting the healthy Iftar offering. Definitely one for your 'to try' list. Manzil Downtown Dubai. Dhs170. Sunset to 10pm. Tel: 04 4285888
For a slight twist on the traditional, Almaz by Momo offer a North African take on iftar. This super-stylish restaurant has become a popular spot to break fast, thanks to the options of playing traditional boardgames as well as encouraging young families to attend. The Beach, JBR, Dubai. Dhs175. Sunset to 9pm. Tel: 04 4371638
For sheer wow factor having a view of the Burj Al Arab and the waterways of the Madinat, Zheng He's is pretty tough to beat. A little different from the Arabic-inspired menus of most iftars, the restaurant is serving up a dim sum menu that is pretty special. Mina a'Salam, Madinat Jumeirah. Prices vary. Sunset to 11.30pm. Tel: 04 3666159
If you're looking for a touch more privacy than your average iftar, then Pierchic has not let us down yet. The seafood is almost as good as the setting (it's hard to be better), and this Ramadan, the menus has been given an arabic twist. Al Qasr, Madinat Jumeriah, Dubai. Dhs270. Tel: 04 3666705
Spending an evening in a sprawling, elegant lounge decked out in opulent decor is a must (at least once) during this year's Holy month. With both iftar and suhoor offerings, the vast amounts of food, live oud music, TV screens and plenty of lounging space puts the JW Marriott Marquis' offering at the top of the bill. JW Marriot Marquis, Dubai, Dhs195, sunset to 8.30pm. Tel: 4 4143000
You are never short of options of places to dine at Atlantis, and this Ramadan you can't do much better than heading to its famous Asateer tent. Set up every Ramadan, the enormous space is perfect for hosting large groups for iftar and Suhoor. The buffet is also complemented by shisha, card games and backgammond sets. Atlantis The Palm, Dubai. Dhs205. Sunset to 2.30am. Tel: 04 4260376
A nice alternative to the mass eating-hall iftars that are readily available around the city, the new St. Regis Dubai offers an elegant, family-focused option with plenty of Arabic dishes and juices on offer. St Regis Dubai, Al Habtoor City, Dubai. Dhs195. Sunset to 8.30pm. Tel: 04 4355577
For a restaurant famed for it's high-profile clientelle, you can expect some top-notch food to break your fast. The traditional Lebanese cuisine is of the highest quality, and it's a pretty good spot for corporate hosting too. The Boulevard, Jumeirah Emirates Towers, Dubai. Dhs210. Tel: 04 3198760
Make an evening of your iftar with a tasty traditional Arabic iftar followed by a shisha on the stylish decking area of the Vida Hotel Downtown. Despite it's central location, the stylish boutique hotel feels miles away from Dubai - and it sure is pretty. Vida Hotel, Downtown Dubai. Dhs170. Sunset to 10pm. Tel: 04 4286888
Despite having only opened its doors in March, City Walk's contemporary-Indian restaurant is gaining quite the reputation. For its first Ramadan, the chic-space will be providing diners with a unique collection of Indian and Arabic dishes with elements of molecular gastronomy. City Walk 2, Dubai. Tel: 04 394 2556
Named after the famous Sicilian street market, and designed as such, there couldn't be a more apt place to tuck into a delicious Italian buffet. Forget pizzas and pastas (they have those too), this is healthy Italian cuisine in sizable portions. Conrad Hotel, Dubai. Tel: 04 444 7111
05June2016