Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent 2019

Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent 2019

Iftar & Suhoor in Dubai: the best selection of Ramadan Tent 2019

What is the difference between iftar and suhoor? Both are the names given to meals taken outside fasting time during Ramadan: iftar occurs after sunset and suhoor before sunrise. Once the sun sets on a day of fasting, it’s a joyous occasion of eating and socialising. Most hotels and restaurants offer special iftar meals, most commonly a large spread of Middle Eastern mezze favourites such as hommus and falafel, and some traditional Emirati dishes such as baby camel, grilled sea-bass and halva (a dense Turkish-style dessert of seeds and honey), all washed down with rose-scented and date juices. Fruits, sweetened grains, yogurts and puddings are the main features of a suhoor meal, which is eaten just before sunrise.

Time: Iftar starts at sunset till 8.30/9pm; Suhoor starts after 9pm till 2am (check before booking)!!

We have selected for you, the best Ramadan Tent: enjoy the magic of those places!! 🙂

Asateer, Atlantis The Palm An annual tradition at this resort on the Palm Jumeirah is the huge Ramadan tent, Asateer. Located next to the shore, the tent is so vast it even includes prayer rooms. At the buffet here, you can expect to find a selection of dishes from across the region, including a new signature of Emirati lamb thareed, a shawarma fattah station, lamb ouzi, kibbeh bil laban, fish sayadieh, chicken mousakhan and lobster tajine with couscous. Dessert stations will feature a vast variety of ice-cream flavours such as Umm Ali and saffron camel milk.

Time: IFTAR – Sunset – 8:30pm

  • Price: AED 220 per person inclusive of water & Ramadan juices
  • Dress Code: Conservative, no shorts
  • Non-smoking during Iftar

SUHOOR – 9:30pm-2:30am

  • Price: Minimum spend of AED 160 per person (excluding shisha)
  • Dress Code: Conservative, no shorts

Location:  Atlantis The Palm, Palm Jumeirah

AL Majlis Tent: Situated in Mina Al Salam in Madinat Jumeirah, Al Majlis tent has indoor and outdoor terraces and live culinary stations. From the Jumeirah-catered dining selections to the gorgeous interiors, the space features intimate private majlis sections that are perfect for cosy shisha sessions with friends.

Time: Running from sunset – 8:45pm

Price: AED 220 per person.

Location: Madinat Jumeirah, Mina Al Salam

Bab Al Shams:Find yourself in a Bedouin-inspired experience at Bab Al Shams Desert Resort and Spa where the Arabian spirit is embodied in all its glory. In the comfort of a temperature controlled tent you enjoy authentic Middle Eastern cuisine prepared using ancient recipes. Post-meal, sit back and enjoy the quiet of the desert as the camel and caravan show, oud performances and tanoura dancing entertain you. It doesn’t get more authentic than breaking your fast in the desert.

Time:  Running from sunset – 11.30pm; Suhoor runs from 8pm-1am
Price: AED 265 per person (weekdays), AED 295 (Thursday-Saturday)

Location: Bab Al Shams Resort

The Majlis at DWTC: Nothing quite compares to the size and scope of The Majlis at DWTC. This space fills up with hundreds of guests nightly, offering an eye-popping array of culinary creations and room to relax. You can book a lounge set-up for groups of 8 or a private majlis which seats 12. Come down for Suhoor when shisha and traditional coffee is served.

  • Cost: AED 165 (Adults), AED 85 (Kids ages 6 – 12)
  • Timings: Iftar: 07:00 pm – 08:30 pm, Ala Carte Suhoor: 09:00 pm – 03:00 am (Weekdays), 09:00 pm – 04:00 am (Weekends)
  • Location: Za’abeel Hall 6, Dubai World Trade Centre

Iftar Tent at Dubai Opera

Iftar at the Dubai Opera may seem unusual, but this Ramadan enjoy a traditional meal against the setting of the state-of-the-art auditorium at the Dubai Opera. The opera house will be transformed into a magnificent banquet venue which serves regional specialities including lamb ouzi, mezze and mixed grills. You’ll also be serenaded with live music on flute and harp at this Dubai Ramadan tent in Downtown Dubai.

  • Cost: AED 260 per person (Adults), AED 130 (Kids ages 6 – 12)
  • Timings: 06:00 pm – 09:30 pm
  • Location: Dubai Opera, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Boulevard

The Palace Ramadan Majilis Tent at One&Only Royal Mirage

From the warm lighting to the Arabesque decor, the Ramadan Courtyard Café at One&Only is extravagant, yet refined. The hotel features a second Ramadan majlis in the Arabian Court that’s equally impressive, so you have a choice of fairytale settings to lounge with a cup of Moroccan tea and shisha.
Price:  07:00 pm – 02:00 am

Location: The Palace Courtyard

Ramadan at The Meydan Hotel

The Meydan Hotel, home to the world-famous Meydan Racecourse, is just the spot to take friends visiting Dubai for the first time. Promising a generous Iftar menu with Middle Eastern dishes bursting with flavour and an international buffet, this is one of the best Ramadan tents in Dubai 2019 that won’t fail to impress. With stunning views of the Dubai skyline, head here to create special memories with your loved ones.

  • Cost: AED 199 per person
  • Timings: Iftar: Sunset until 08:00 pm, Suhoor: 09:00 pm – 02:00 am (Weekdays), 09:00 pm – 03:00 am (Weekends)
  • Location: The Meydan Hotel