Ramadan 2023: Book your next iftar and suhoor at these restaurants in Jeddah

Celebrate the holy month at these delicious spots…

Planning to go out for an iftar or suhoor with your friends or family? Whether you’re looking for world-class contemporary restaurants, classic Saudi dishes, or casual spots to gather, Jeddah has something for everyone.

Here’s a list of some of the best dining options this Ramadan.

Acqua E Sale


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This Ramadan, enjoy Italian dishes at Acqua E Sale. Set against city views, diners can enjoy grilled meats and seafood, creamy risotto and a variety of pizza. There are also Ramadan-special dishes, such as lentil soup and samosas.

Acqua E Sale, Boutique 45 Complex, Second Floor, Prince Sultan Rd, Ar Rawdah, Jeddah 23433, 6.30pm to 2.30am. Tel: 055 005 0033. @acquaesale.sa

AlFolk, Shangri-La Jeddah


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Celebrate Ramadan at AlFolk, a contemporary setting with modern design elements where Iftar offerings are inspired by the city’s role as the historical Gateway of Jeddah. Indulge in international cuisines and classic Saudi dishes, such as jareesh, gouzi, marqooq, and saleeg, and traditional Ramadan drinks.

Iftar at AlFolk, Shangri-La Jeddah, 6pm to 9pm. Make your reservations here. SAR488 per adult & SAR289 for children aged six to 12. Tel: 012 696 8888. @shangrila_jeddah



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The Al-Mirkaz Ramadan tent is back with a spectacular, contemporary arabesque-inspired design and luxurious style. The lavish buffet spread offers guests a wide range of Saudi, Oriental, European, Chinese, and Indian cuisines.

Al Mirkaz Ramadan Tent, Leylaty Group, Al Khalidiyyah, Jeddah 23422, Iftar 6pm onwards & Suhoor 11pm to 3am. SAR555 per person (for iftar and suhoor). Make your reservations here. Tel: 012 606 6666. @leylatygroup

Al Sohba, Park Hyatt Jeddah

The award-winning restaurant, Al Sohba, celebrates the holy month by bringing the spirit of Ramadan to its guests through specially made Iftar-themed outdoor seating under a sky of glistening stars, immersing guests in the authentic soul and heritage of the Middle East. Iftar at Al Sohba includes lavish buffets featuring live cooking stations and a selection of international, Mediterranean, and traditional Hijazi dishes. Indulge in assorted desserts and refreshing beverages in the lounge overlooking the tranquil Red Sea and King Fahad Fountain.

Al Sohba Garden, Park Hyatt Jeddah. Tel: 012 263 9666. @parkhyattjeddah

Bab AlBahar, The Ritz-Carlton Jeddah

The Ritz-Carlton Jeddah will be putting on a spread of local favourites, plus international and Middle Eastern cuisines. Whether you’re seated at the scenic outdoor area or their full-of-Ramadan-vibes indoor seating to set the evening mood, your night is sure to be memorable.

Bab AlBahar, The Ritz-Carlton Jeddah. Iftar Buffet SAR375+ for adults & SAR185+ for kids, 6pm to 9pm. Suhoor buffet SAR250+ for adults & SAR125+ for kids, 11pm to 4am. Tel: 012 231 4444. @theritzcarltonjeddah

Café Bateel

Cafe Bateel

Café Bateel is popular for its delectable and nourishing Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. For Ramadan, it is offering diners its three-course Ramadan set menu for SAR205 per person, featuring starters like lentil soup, halloumi and avocado bruschetta, date and fig salad, or black cod fishcake. For mains, indulge in signature dishes such as grilled salmon and quinoa, Sicilian chicken piccata, Moroccan wagyu meatballs, or king mushroom Bolognese. Don’t forget to save room for their heavenly desserts like Basque cheesecake, hazelnut Paris-Brest or orange blossom delice that will simply blow you away.

Café Bateel, Le Prestige Mall, King Abdulaziz Branch Rd, Ash Shati, Jeddah 23414. Ramadan Set Menu, SAR205 per person. @bateelgourmet



Fine dining restaurant KOA is offering a four-course Ramadan set menu featuring traditional Middle Eastern dishes with classic French techniques alongside a twist of modern Franco-Asian fusion, and light and refreshing desserts. Indulge in a delightful array of dishes that will transport your taste buds to new culinary heights, such as lentil and fennel soup, ratatouille, slow-cooked lamb ouzi with saffron jasmine rice, gnocchi baked with tomato sauce, and pear tart. The menu also offers a vegetarian-friendly option.

KOA, Atelier la Vie, King Abdul Aziz Rd, No. 28, Jeddah. Ramadan 2023 Set Menu, 6.30pm to 2am, SAR300 per person. Available until April 20. @dineatkoa

Niyyali, Shangri-La Jeddah


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Fans of Lebanese cuisine? Get yourself down to Niyyali for suhoor. The views here won’t disappoint, either inside in a vibrant open dining space or outside on the terrace under the stars and Ramadan moon. Diners have the option of having the suhoor set menu or the extensive a la carte menu.

Suhoor at Niyyali, Shangri-La Jeddah. Make your reservations here. SAR288 per adult. Tel: 012 696 8888. @shangrila_jeddah

The Lucky Llama


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The Lucky Llama’s Ramadan offering is a celebration of culinary delights that promises to satisfy every guest’s taste buds. The Ramadan-curated menu features dishes that include roasted corn salad, beef empanadas, crispy confit duck rolls, as well as slow-cooked short ribs for mains. Save room for its amazing sticky date cake dessert.

The Lucky Llama, 4056 Ibrahim Al-Anqari, Al Mohammadiyyah, Jeddah 23617, daily 9pm to 3am. @theluckyllama.co

TwentyFour Restaurant, Assila Hotel

From 6.30pm to 9pm, gather your friends and family and indulge in a traditional buffet-style iftar at TwentyFour restaurant located on the second floor of Assila Hotel. Expect live cooking stations, seafood, farm-to-table dishes, and more.

TwentyFour Restaurant, Assila Hotel, Jeddah 23326. Iftar 6.30pm to 9pm & Suhoor midnight to 3am. Tel: 059 192 1347. @assilahotel

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