10 amazing Ramadan 2023 iftars and suhoors in Riyadh to try

Break your fast the right way…

If you’ve been looking for the perfect ways to break your fast or have suhoor, you’ve come to the right place. There are some top-tier Ramadan 2023 iftars in Riyadh to try this month, plus all the suhoors too.

Whether you’re after Chinese eats or traditional Saudi treats, we’ve got you covered.

Dig in.


A hip new lounge to chill at anyone? Head out to Elemental in Al Olaya. There’s a set iftar menu you can try out. Bite into fresh salads, tasty samosas and fattehs, and satisfying mains like chicken stroganoff or rice with meat.

Elemental Riyadh, PM2R+JJX, Al Olaya, daily 5pm to 3am. SAR180. @elemental.ksa



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After some Chinese food for iftar? Dig into the set menu at Hua.Lan. Menu highlights include a fried dim sum platter, chicken thai salad, and truffle rice with mushrooms.

Hua.Lan, Al Diuhak Ibn Soufian, As Sulimaniyah,daily 6pm to 3am. SAR180. @hualan_restaurant

Hustle N’ Flow


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All the way from Marbella, Hustle N’ Flow Eastery is serving a set menu for SAR98. Served with Saudi coffee and dates, the iftar includes a plate of mixed pastries, soup, grape leaves, and a selection of hummus. You can sip on a drink of your choice too.

Hustle N’ Flow Eastery, An Nafal, Thu to Mon 5.30pm to 3am, Tue 5.30pm to midnight, Wed 8am to 3am. @hustlenflowriyadh



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One of Riyadh’s trendiest restaurants, Kampai is a chic, contemporary Japanese restaurant serving speciality sushi rolls and more. Check out Kampai’s specials for Ramadan 2023 iftars in Riyadh to try. The meal begins with a bowl of lentil soup and goes right up to a panko shrimp maki and crispy California rolls too for SAR200.

Kampai Riyadh, Prince Muhammad Ibn Abd Al Aziz، Almaz Plaza, daily 6pm. @kampai.sa



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Home of French Mediterranean cuisine in the heart of Riyadh, LPM is one of the coolest restaurants in Riyadh. The iftar menu is served from 6pm to 8pm, and includes a selection of hors d’oeuvre like burrata with tomatoes and basil, a main and a dessert for SAR255 per person.

LPM Riyadh,  Al Motassem Street, Al Olaya, daily 6pm to 8pm. SAR255 per person. @lpmriyadh


Ramadan 2023 iftars in Riyadh to try

Indian street food for iftar anyone? Try out Mohalla’s set menu this Ramadan. Start off the iftar with a kachumber salad (cucumber, onion and tomato tossed in a lemon and chaat masala dressing), caesar malai tikka, raj kachori and more. For mains, you dig into a Delhi 6 butter chicken, chicken tikka masala, and three types of biryani all for SAR95.

Mohalla Riyadh, 8596 Prince Turki Bin Abdulaziz Al Awwal, King Saud University, daily 5pm to 2am. @mohallaksa


ROKA terrace

Located in Riyadh’s Midtown complex, ROKA is a fine-dining Japanese restaurant. The airy space is the place to be if you want a luxurious iftar. You can try out miso soup, nigiri, tori kara-age (fried chicken with tensuy mayonnaise), sea bream fillet, and beef brisket for SAR195. You can also sip on Saudi coffee too.

ROKA Riyadh,  5140 Prince Muhammad Ibn Abd Al Aziz, As Sulimaniyah, daily 6pm to 1am. @rokariyadhofficial



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Kick back and relax at the New York-style venue at Sadelle’s. If you’re after a spot you can chill with friends, head out to the Mansard Riyadh venue for suhoor. There’ll be freshly made pizzas and manakish and a falafel station too.

Sadelle’s Riyadh, Hotel 4248 Prince Mohammed Bin Salman Bin Abdulaziz Road, daily 10pm to 3am. @sadellesriyadh



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If you’re after a more affordable option for iftar, you need to try Tameesa. For SAR59, you can try out traditional Saudi food like fuul, shakshuka, and muqalqal. Falafel, soups, and samosa await too.

Tameesa, King Abdul Aziz Branch Rd, Alyasmin, daily 4pm to 3am. @tameesa_sa



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Who doesn’t love a bit of Japanese food? Yokari Riyadh is a meeting point for modern and traditional cuisine. Grab your special someone and try out this special menu set for two. Starters include beef tacos, ebi karage and umami soup, you can also look forward to a sushi box, and the main courses are yakiniku and yakimeshi chicken plus a date pudding to end it all off too. All for SAR200.

Yokari, Olaya St, Al Olaya, Centria Mall, daily 6pm to 3am. @yokari_restaurant

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