Jeddah Foods

Iftar at Jeddah’s Hotels

Just like last year, we’ve done the hard work so you dont have to. In Ramadan many of us appreciate breaking our fast at home surrounded by friends and family. But some choose to eat Iftar out either regularly or for that special event, and these days you can certainly do it in style. The Top Hotels in Jeddah have been doing Iftar Buffets as long as we can remember. Here are a few of the great offers at Jeddah’s Hotels which are running in Ramadan along with details of how much you can expect to pay for each Iftar and Suhoor. All Costs are per head and net prices correct as of 17th June 2015.

alacarte: Buffet with fixed price not available / order from the menu Please Note: The Following Iftar buffet in Jeddah Prices were believed to be correct at time of writing 2/6/16 . Please let us know of any apparent changes by emailing us. We can accept no responsibility for errors, omissions, or changes in the above details. We advise all diners to reserve a table and call before hand to double check prices are as expected.

Hotel Name Iftar Suhoor Telephone
Rosewood Jeddah – Habsburg  TBC TBC 012 2607111
Rosewood Jeddah – Noodles TBC TBC 012 2607111
Park Hyatt Andalusia TBC TBC 012 2639666
Park Hyatt Nafoura TBC TBC 012 2639666
Hilton – AlSafina TBC TBC 920003800
Movenpick Jeddah TBC TBC 012 6676655
Radisson Blue TBC TBC 012 652 1234
Grand Park Hotel TBC TBC 012 6521234

August 25, 2010

radisson 135 + 15 service for a group

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August 21, 2010

It’s getting close to the middle of the month. Any one has any recommendations? What’s good and what not so far

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    August 22, 2010

    ayaa1977 actually visited Il Villaggio, see his review here: http://www.jeddahfood.com/?p=8997&cpage=1#comment-42145 it sounds good!

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August 14, 2010

thanks for the prices list you just made my work day easier.

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August 11, 2010

Ramadan Kareem to everyone!

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August 10, 2010

Thank you FoodCritic for the helpful chart. It is great to be well-informed ahead of any plans.

That being said, it seem to me the hotels are getting more expensive every year. It is ridiculous how much they are charging these days especially for iftar where people usually can’t eat that much. Anyway, I know I will be opting for more reasonable choices. Mug&Bean for instance charges SR45 per person for a very satisfying meal. Il Villagio’s offer is not that bad either.

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    August 17, 2010

    Could some one advise where is Mug & Bean located in Jeddah

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      June 30, 2014

      Depends where do you live. There is one I know in Khalidiya, just next to Danube at Rowdah Street. There is another in Serafi Mega mall.

      I hope this helps.

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      August 18, 2010

      Mug & Bean is located inside Serafi Mega Mall in the ground floor. In case you don’t know where is Serafi MEga Mall, it is on Tahliah (King Mohammed bin Abdul-Aziz) Street and King Fahad street.

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      August 18, 2010

      there’s one in Serafi Mall ground floor. Try their quesadillas and it’s really budget friendly.

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