The Holy Month is almost upon us and the UAE capital is celebrating this prosperous time of year with several offerings. We round up some of the best suhoor options in Abu Dhabi.
Al Rimal at Armed Forces Officers Club:
In keeping with Ramadan traditions, the late-night menu, will include Emirati and comfort food, including chicken thareed, lamb machboos, harees, grilled beef and lamb chops, as well as an enticing selection of sweet treats. Available from midnight to 3am. AED 120 per person.
GO: Call (0)2 497 5100 for reservations and more information.
Artisan Kitchen at Bab Al Qasr:
For suhoor in Abu Dhabi look no further than an evening under the tranquil evening sky while savouring Arabic cuisine and mouthwatering desserts at Bab Al Qasr Hotel. Relish in the laid-back ambience of The Artisan Kitchen Terrace accompanied by the aromatic scent of fruity hubbly bubbly. Available daily, from 10pm to 2am. AED 125 (including Ramadan bites, coffee, tea and Ramadan beverage).
Azura Panoramic Lounge at The St. Regis Abu Dhabi:
Azura Panoramic Lounge presents enchanting Arabian nights this Ramadan with sunset views over the city. Devour the finest traditional and international delicacies from a special a la carte menu, including live table mixed grills, sweet desserts and fresh shisha flavours. A hidden gem at The St. Regis Abu Dhabi. Available daily, from sunset to 2am.
B Lounge at Sheraton Abu Dhabi Corniche:
Visit the laidback lounge to connect with friends and family and indulge in a selection of dishes under the palm trees with the sound of the waves rippling on the shores. Available daily.
GO: Call (0)2 677 3333 for reservations and more information.
Barouk at Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi Yas Island:
Gather your family and friends for an intimate Arabic Suhoor at Barouk. Enjoy a specially curated traditional menu while relaxing and having fruitful conversations over shisha. Available daily.
Cove Beach Abu Dhabi:
This Ramadan, spend quality time with friends and family whilst enjoying a sumptuous a la caret Suhoor menu at Cove Beach’s Two.0. The menu includes dishes such as roasted carrot hummus, beetroot mutabbal, green apple kale tabbouleh, vine leaves, Wagyu shawarma platter, and prawn casserole, in addition to delectable sweets such as assorted baklava and Umm Ali. Available daily from 10pm to 3am.
GO: Call (0)56 398 7895 for reservations and more information.
Layali El Hilmiya at Le Royal Méridien Abu Dhabi:
Due to the pandemic, Le Royal Méridien Abu Dhabi will not host their famous Ramadan tent but will instead offer a “pop-up” of the city’s renowned Layali El Hilmiya. Bringing together Café Palmier, District by Amalfi, the hotel’s outdoor spaces and your favourite regional Suhoor dishes. Daily, from 11pm. A redefined inner-city setting featuring a selection of a la carte menus and options for shisha lovers available from 11pm. Set menus for AED 75 and AED 100.
Level Lounge at Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi:
Enjoy elongated evenings with loved ones in a relaxed and family-friendly setting of rooftop hotspot, Level Lounge. Enjoy Middle Eastern specialities and beverages for suhoor, including Arabic sweets and desserts. Available daily, from 6pm to 3am. AED 90 per person.
GO: Call (0)2 616 6666 for reservations and more information.
Li Beirut at Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers:
Diners looking for an authentic taste of Levantine flavours, need look no further that Li Beirut. A master of regional cuisine, Chef Jouni Ibrahim will take diners on a culinary voyage through some of Lebanon’s most cherished creations with carefully curated suhoor menu. Available daily. AED 225 per person.
GO: Call (0)2 811 5666 for reservations and more information.
Market at The Abu Dhabi EDITION:
With the arrival of night, prolong your evening celebrations with Sohouron the al fresco terrace at Market, with its star-filled skies and waterfront vistas. For Sohour, the Abu Dhabi EDITON offers a specially crafted a la carte menu featuring chicken shawarma rolls, falafel wraps, tandoori prawn skewers, cauliflower and raisin tabbouleh and coconut rose mohalabieh. Available daily, from 10pm to 2am.
Mijana at The Ritz-Carlton Abu Dhabi, Grand Canal:
Mijana invites families and friends to enjoy a special a la carte menu featuring Arabian favourites such as lamb ouzi and mixed grills along with a collection of signature flavours, accompanied by unparalleled views from the restaurant’s terrace, providing the perfect backdrop for a memorable suhoor. Available daily, from 8:30pm to 2am.
Osmo Lounge at Hilton Abu Dhabi Yas Island:
Equipped with board games, a relaxed atmosphere, Qahwa upon arrival, customised Levant inspired mocktails and an endless à la carte menu, Osmo Lounge is a new spot to try on Yas Island. Dishes available include yellow lentil soup, chicken liversand beef soujuk. Available daily, from 9pm to 1am.
Park Hyatt Abu Dhabi:
Savour a delightfully relaxed Suhoor experience from an a la carte menu accompanied by shisha and Arabic music. Available daily, from 9pm to 2am. Minimum spend of AED 150 per person on food.
GO: Call (0)2 407 1234 for reservations and more information.
Shades at Westin Abu Dhabi Golf Resort & Spa:
Guests can relax and prepare for the next day’s fast with a creative menu featuring a selection of snacks, Arabic Mezze, healthy choices, mouthwatering desserts, refreshing Ramadan juices as well as hubbly bubbly. Available daily, from 11pm to 2am.
Sky Lounge Thirty-One at Grand Millennium Al Wahda:
Let the magical time of Ramadan fill the air as you enjoy a la carte Suhoor 390 feet above ground at Sky Lounge Thirty-One. A delicious array of dishes will be on offer, accompanied by speciality beverages and hubbly bubbly. Available daily, from 8:30pm to 2am.
GO: Call (0)2 495 3916 for reservations and more information.
Tean at Jumeriah at Saadiyat Island Resort:
Guests can explore the spices and aromas of traditional Levantine cuisine with Tean’s Suhoor set menu. Guests will be treated to a four-course menu featuring red lentil soup, mezze, cheese sambousek, shish kebab and more. The menu also includes a choice of two Ramadan juices, a live mocktail station and three selections of Arabic sweets.
The Lobby Lounge at Marriott Al Forsan:
Relax with an a la carte menu of cold mezzeh from AED 22, hot mezzeh from AED 25, hot manakish, pasta, shawarma, saj options, mixed grills and traditional desserts such as Umm Ali, kunafai and mohlabia. Available daily from, 9:30pm to 2am.
GO: Call (0)2 201 4131 for reservations and more information.
The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort:
This Ramadan, The St. Regis Saadiyat Island Resort beach is serving a unique al fresco suhoor allowing guests to enjoy the relaxed ambience of one of the Gulf’s most idyllic stretches of coastline. Guests can indulge in a healthy and nutritious beetroot and labneh salad jar or enjoy delicately spiced crusted calamari, Australian Angus beef sliders, or chicken shish wrap with zingy garlic yoghurt. Ricotta kunafa roll with pistachio ice cream and sticky date pudding with tahini ice cream ensure a delightfully sweet end to the experience. Available daily, from 8pm to 1am.
WET Deck at W Abu Dhabi – Yas Island:
The WET Deck is undoubtedly the jewel in the W Abu Dhabi – Yas Island’s crown. With its rooftop views, colourful ambience, and hubbly bubbly selection, the WET Deck is the ideal venue for suhoor under the stars in Abu Dhabi. Tuck into a menu of decadent sharing plates to be ordered a la carte and enjoyed before the sun rises. Available daily from 10pm to 2am.
GO: Call (0)2 656 0000 for reservations and more information.