10 Budget Suhoors in Dubai 2024

10 Budget Suhoors in Dubai 2024

Exploring Dubai during Ramadan is a great chance to enjoy the city's diverse culture, especially through its tasty food. Suhoor, the meal before fasting starts, is a time for both eating and socializing. This guide shares 10 affordable places in Dubai for Suhoor, where you can try local flavors without spending much. From small cozy restaurants in hidden streets to busy food stands, each spot lets you taste the region's food traditions for a memorable Suhoor experience.

Twenty9 Lounge

Enjoy a classic food adventure at Twenty9 Lounge this Ramadan. Try homemade flatbread, shawarma, mixed grill, lamb sandwiches, a sweet bread pudding called Umm Ali, a Middle Eastern dessert called kunafa, Turkish coffee, and Moroccan tea. Prices start from AED 35. Available from 10 PM to 3 AM.

Adress: Millennium Place Barsha Heights, First Al Khail Street

Phone: (058 606 0831)


Orange Feels Bar & Shisha Lounge’s terrace

Go to Orange Feels Bar & Shisha Lounge's outdoor area for a chill suhoor time with a variety of mezze, a soft drink, and shisha. Cost is AED 65 per person (order as you like). Open daily from 9 PM to 2 AM.

Adress: Hotel Indigo Dubai Downtown, Downtown Dubai

Phone: (056 422 7120)


Holiday Inn Business Bay

Have a poolside suhoor at this hotel in Business Bay. You can enjoy dishes from the barbecue like chicken, meat, and seafood. Plus, kids under 12 eat for free. Prices may vary.

Adress: Holiday Inn Business Bay

Phone: (04 4 871 6000)


ibis Dubai Al Barsha

Have a meal with your family at ibis Dubai Al Barsha this Ramadan for only AED 45. Available daily from 3 AM until sunrise.

Adress: ibis Dubai Al Barsha, Sheikh Zayed Road

Phone: (056 999 4833)


Ibn AlBahr

Go to this Lebanese restaurant with two nice waterside spots for a set menu for suhoor. The menu has dishes like foul moudammas, balila, three eggs prepared your way, halloumi, and more. You can also choose from a menu where you pick dishes individually. Costs AED 90. Available every day from midnight to 3 AM.

Adress: Club Vista Mare, Palm Jumeirah; Dubai Creek Golf & Yacht Club, Deira

Phone: (04 553 9575)


Liwan Restaurant

During Ramadan, Liwan restaurant is offering a meal with ouzi or biryani, hot and cold appetizers, cheese platter, and fresh Arabic bread. You can also enjoy unlimited coffee, tea, and Ramadan juices. Costs AED 99 for adults, AED 50 for kids aged six to twelve. Add shisha for AED 65 more. Available daily from midnight to 4 AM.

Adress: Swissotel Al Ghurair, Deira

Phone: (04 293 3270)



For a taste of African flavors, check out the suhoor box made by chef Alexander Smalls at Expo City. The box has homemade cocoa granola with yogurt, orange cardamom coffee cake, vegetable samosa, and chicken fataya. You can also get a Sweet Box with hibiscus rose macaron, spiced date bar, and a pecan praline bonbon. The suhoor box costs AED 50, while the sweet box is AED 65. They are available daily during Ramadan.

Location: Expo City


iKandy Ultralounge

Check out a menu featuring a mix of Arabic grills, both cold and hot mezze, soups, sandwiches, and more. Also catch live sports on TV. Prices differ. Available daily from 9 PM to 2 AM.

Adress: Shangri-La Dubai, Sheikh Zayed Road

Phone: (04 405 2703)


Senecio Hookah Lounge

Prolong your evenings during Ramadan at Senecio Hookah Lounge with the special Suhoor menu. It's available from 10 PM to 4 AM. The menu costs AED 69 per person and includes a mix of cold and hot mezze platters, foul medamas, and a selection of coffees, teas, and soft drinks. Have your suhoor there for late-night get-togethers with your loved ones in a lively atmosphere. Open daily from 10 PM to 4 AM.

Adress: Blue Beach Tower, The Walk – Jumeirah Beach Residence

Phone: (052 568 9035)



Oasis Food Hall

Visit Oasis Food Hall for a unique experience. Enjoy a variety of Mediterranean small dishes, delicious desserts, and more while taking in the views of Expo City from a special area. Shisha is available too for AED 95. Open daily from 9 PM to 3 AM.

Location: Expo City Dubai


Dubai has many different places to eat for all kinds of tastes. You can try African food, watch sports, have a special suhoor meal, or just enjoy Mediterranean dishes with a nice view during Ramadan. From trying unique flavors at Alkebulan to hanging out at Senecio Hookah Lounge or eating Mediterranean food at Oasis Food Hall, you can have a great night with yummy food and nice views.

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