The best iftar and suhoor experiences in Jeddah for Ramadan 2024

Ramadan Kareem…

Planning to go out for an iftar or suhoor with your friends and family? Whether you’re looking for gorgeous Ramadan tents, classic Saudi dishes, or casual spots to gather, Jeddah has something for everyone.

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



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

Al Mirkaz Ramadan Tent, Leylaty Group, Al Khalidiyyah, Jeddah 23422. Make your reservations here. Tel: 012 606 6666. @leylatygroup

Café Bateel


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Experience the spirit of Ramadan with Café Bateel’s 3-course iftar meal for SAR225 per person. Delight in the nutritious Lentil and Roasted Corn Salad, savour the signature Grilled Salmon and Quinoa, and indulge in a comforting Lentil Soup and Labneh Date Shake.

Café Bateel, Le Prestige Mall, King Abdulaziz Branch Rd, Ash Shati, Jeddah 23414. @cafe.bateel

Emmy Squared Pizza

The edgy pizza concept plays host to iftar this year, where guests can enjoy a selection of square-shaped pizza with deliciously unique toppings, signature sauces, fluffy dough, crispy bottom, cheesy ‘frico’ crust, as well as other signature dishes, including the award-winning double-stack Le Big Matt Burger, and sandwiches served on pretzel buns.

Emmy Squared Pizza, Jeddah Yacht Club, 5pm to 2am. @emmysquaredpizza_sa

Le Comptoir De Nicole

Enjoy a feast of Moroccan tradition blended with Saudi favourites at Le Comptoir De Nicole. Expect Moroccan lamb harira soup, traditional Saudi lentil soup, North African Lamb Shank Tajine, and Saudi Saleeg served the Arancini way. You can choose Baqlawa Tiramisu or Saudi date cheesecake infused with creamy ice cream for desserts.

Le Comptoir De Nicole, Jeddah Yacht Club, 5pm to 2am. Reservations can be made here. Minimum spend of SAR225 per person. @comptoirnicole.sa

Le Vesuvio


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Tuck into the classics this Ramadan at Le Vesuvio, where samosas are crisp, and the Harira soup is bursting with flavour. Choose from seafood or meat mains, from sea bass served in tamarind style with lemon confit and basil to risotto saleeg lamb shank slow-cooked in saffron. Then, end your meal with sweet treats such as the soft-sponge Tiramisu or a hearty bowl of date Hanini. Reserve your group table at Ramadan with Le Vesuvio for the minimum spend of 185SR per person.

Le Vesuvio, Jeddah Yacht Club, 5pm to 2am. Reservations can be made here. Minimum spend of SAR185 per person. @levesuvio.sa

Mashi No Mashi


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Craving for ramen to break your fast? Head to Mashi No Mashi to try out their new sharing menu, from soy ramen cooked in chintan chicken bone broth to ‘no-broth’ dry ramen and the vegan fried option with mixed vegetables and shitake mushrooms.

Mashi No Mashi, Jeddah Yacht Club, 5pm-2am. @mashinomashijeddah


ROKA Ramadan

Experience a contemporary Japanese iftar at ROKA with a set menu for SAR195 per person. A stand-out dish includes the aromatic rice hotpot with Japanese mushrooms, miso butter, and a shaved truffle. Meanwhile, the Suhoor experience features main courses like the grilled T-bone steak accompanied by wasabi salsa, a rich veal jus, and oyster mushrooms. Don’t miss its Ramadan mocktail, the Nomi-Mono, a delightful blend of espresso coffee, dates, milk cordial, and a hint of almond essence.

ROKA Jeddah, daily 6pm to 1.30am, Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz St, Al Khalidiyyah, Jeddah 23421. Tel: 9200 12327. @rokarestaurant.ksa

Rosewood Jeddah

Rosewood Jeddah Ramadan

For Ramadan, Rosewood Jeddah is transforming Soleil into a haven reminiscent of the charm of Albalad with captivating Ramadan decorations. Head here for its Rosewood Jeddah ‘Bab Albalad’ celebration, where you can enjoy an iftar buffet featuring a fusion of Arabian and Western flavours. Meanwhile, for those seeking a suhoor experience under the stars, delight in a variety of delectable suhoor options at Sky Lounge. Guests can enjoy the sea views around the pool, accompanied by fantastic food and traditional Hijazi music.

Rosewood Jeddah, Corniche Street, Al Shatie District, Jeddah 23415. Iftar at Soleil, Maghreb to 8.45 pm, SAR460 per adult and SAR230 per child. Suhoor at Sky Lounge, Midnight to 4.30am, SAR300 per adult and SAR150 per child. @rosewoodjeddah

San Carlo Ciccheti

Break your fast at the elegant San Carlo Ciccheti, with its iftar three-course set menu served from 6pm to 10pm. At an affordable price of SAR125 per person, the spread includes chicken salad, feta salad, truffle soup, lobster soup, diavola pizza, veal Milanese, and more.

San Carlo Ciccheti, 6pm to 10pm, Al Basateen Mall, Prince Mohammed Bin Abdulaziz St, Ar Rawdah, Jeddah 23431. SAR125 per person. Tel: 9200 04060. @cicchettisaudi

Shangri-La Jeddah


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AlFolk at Shangri-La Jeddah is reopening its doors for the holy month, offering the taste of Ramadan in a stunning ambience. This year, guests can enjoy traditional Ramadan dishes and international favourites. Iftar is priced at SAR488 per person.

AlFolk, Shangri-La Jeddah, Burj Assila, Al Kurnaysh Br Rd, Ash Shati, Jeddah 23611. Reservations can be made here. SAR488 per person. @shangrila_jeddah

The Ritz-Carlton, Jeddah

Celebrate Ramadan at The Ritz-Carlton, Jeddah’s Ramadan at The Palace ‘Bab Al Bahr’. Held at the hotel’s Grand Ballrooms, the Ramadan iftar features a grand buffet with live cooking stations offering traditional Arabic cuisine and international favourites, as well as an impressive mocktail bar. The hotel will also serve suhoor at Reyhana Restaurant from 11pm to 3am.

The Ritz-Carlton, Jeddah, District Southern Corniche, Al Hamraa, Jeddah 21493. Iftar at Ramadan at The Palace ‘Bab Al Bahr’, sunset to 9pm, SAR450 per person (SAR385 for early bird price). Suhoor at Reyhana Restaurant, 11pm to 3am, SAR290 per person (SAR250 for early bird price). Tel: 012 231 4444. @theritzcarltonjeddah