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These three Suhoors spots in Abu Dhabi provide an ideal atmosphere for late-night meals and socializing.

Suhoor is the last meal before dawn for those fasting during Ramadan. In Abu Dhabi, most hotels and restaurants have special buffets and menus set up for customers to enjoy Suhoor with friends and families. Below are Abu Dhabi Confidential’s top 3 Suhoor options in the city.


Fairmont Bab Al Bahr

Fairmont Bab Al Bahr is welcoming guests to its modern and sophisticated tent every night from 10pm to 2:30am (3:30am on weekends). This venue is a must-visit spot that we discovered at an early preview in June. Some of its best features include a 3D chocolate model of the tent, which is handcrafted by chocolate artisans from the Chocolate Gallery. To build this chocolate tent it took 15 chefs, 72 hours and 25 kg of chocolant fondant! The model is located in the lobby by the lifts for everyone to see.

We love the white layout with arches, leather and linen materials that provide an intimate and cozy atmosphere.

Depending on your mood, you can opt for chic banquet seating, classic tables or the VIP Chairman’s Majlis that can host up to 14 people.

Menu: A la carte
Minimum spend: AED 150 per person

Fairmont Bab Al Bahr
Tel: +971 2 654 32 38
Booking: [email protected]


Le Royal Meridien

If you are looking to get the full Ramadan experience, you may want to check out Layali El Hilmiya at Le Royal Meridian Abu Dhabi. It offers a daily Suhoor in an elegant Arabian-style air-conditioned tent. The venue features live cooking stations, traditional dishes, live entertainment and shisha.

After breaking their fast with dates, guests can feast on an array of hot and cold mezzes, fateer, saj and other traditional Arabic delicacies that are prepared on the spot. Sweets cannot be missed with the season’s specialties like achtaliyeh, kenafa and katayef. Ramadan juices and teas complete the offerings and a variety shisha flavors are available. Tables are surrounded with large TVs enabling guests to enjoy their favorite Ramadan programs. Meanwhile, an Oud player and dancers add a cultural and traditional flavor to the mix.

The venue serves Suhoor between 9pm to 3am.

Menu: A la carte and buffet
Minimum spend: AED 159 (food and beverage), AED 199 (food, beverage and shisha)

Le Royal Meridien
Tel: 800 101 101
Booking: [email protected]
More Info: http://www.leroyalmeridienabudhabi.com/en/ramadan2015


Yas Viceroy @Origins

The crown jewel of Yas Island, Yas Viceroy is serving up traditional Arabian delicacies at Origins. Guests can enjoy late night a la carte specialties while socializing in a laid back environment. Suhoor is open daily from 10pm to 2am.

Menu: A la carte
Minimum spend: AED 159 per person (food and beverage), AED 199 (food beverage and shisha)

Yas Viceroy
Tel: +971 2 656 06 00
Booking: [email protected]
More Info: http://www.viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/en/abudhabi/activities/ramadan

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© Photos: Fairmont Bab Al Bahr, Le Royal Meridien, Yas Viceroy and Abu Dhabi Confidential


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