Take note: These restaurants in Riyadh are closed for Ramadan

The spots will return for Eid Al-Fitr…

Ramadan in Riyadh is a peaceful time focused on connecting with yourself. And a few restaurants will be closing down for the month. So, if you’re looking for restaurants in Riyadh closed for Ramadan, you’ve come to the right place. In the meantime though, make a beeline to these spots for Iftar and these for suhoor.



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Scott’s Riyadh, the first restaurant from the celebrity-loved brand outside of London, is officially open now. It promises to bring the old-world glamour of Mayfair to a sleek restaurant space in the heart of Riyadh’s most stylish new districts. Scott’s Riyadh outpost will pay homage to the Mayfair flagship restaurant’s aesthetic with a sophisticated yet warm ’40s elegance. The spot will be returning for Eid festivities.



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Designed by Bishop Design by Paul Bishop, the space is sleek and ultra-modern with warm and earthy accents, complemented by wooden panelling and statement chandeliers. The menu is centred around high-quality sushi, sashimi, and innovative Japanese cuisine. In observance of the holy month, the restaurant will be closing down until Eid.



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MNKY HSE is one of the most happening venues in the city and is a top choice for Latin cuisine in Riyadh. And with it being Ramadan, the venue will be closing its doors until Eid, after which it will return in all its glory.


Luxury hospitality brand Billionaire, founded by Formula 1 legend Flavio Briatore is an entertainment destination and restaurant all in one. For the month of Ramadan, the venue will be closed.



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Wagyumafia’s arrival in Riyadh was among the most anticipated in a city of new openings. Hailing from Tokyo, it has been the centre of much hype due to it being an exclusive members-only restaurant that offers champion-grade Wagyu beef. The restaurant will be saving your seat until the Eid feast.



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Built on the Japanese concept of Yakiniku, Yakinikumafia is an authentic Japanese barbecue concept that pairs fire-grilled meats with an industrial, youthful ambience. The lively and energetic space will be sleek and minimal, with each table set with a full Yakiniku grill plate for immersive dining. The space will be taking a break until the end of Ramadan too.



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Somewhere between casual and upscale, New York City’s famed French bistro Raoul’s is another restaurant you can now book at Via Riyadh. The restaurant’s carefully curated menu cements Raoul’s authenticity, featuring dishes like Steak au Poivre with Frites and Raoul’s dressing; and Organic Classic-Style Whole Roast Chicken to the Tarte Tartin. And you can look forward to tucking into those treats after Ramadan ends.



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Spago is the flagship restaurant of the Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group, and it’s now landed at Via Riyadh. Here, it offers an imaginative and seasonal menu of Californian cuisine with global accents, highlighting the freshest and healthiest ingredients in a sophisticated and inviting atmosphere. The venue announced five days ago that it would close down until the end of Ramadan.

Les Deux Magots Riyadh

A Parisian classic, Les Deux Magots is one of the oldest cafés in Paris, where art, fashion, literature, and politics come together to transport guests to a uniquely charming experience. And you can look forward to indulging in the Parisian experience after Ramadan, as it is one of the restaurants in Riyadh closed for Ramadan.