5 Traditional Arabic Sweet Deliveries Across The UAE This Ramadan

by Angel Merchant
5 Traditional Arabic Sweet Deliveries Across The UAE This Ramadan

Ramadan is almost here, and its time to get ready for all the delicious iftars! Gorging on all those samosas, and other savory items can get a little bit much. It’s always nice to have something sweet, especially when you’re pushing through 15-hour fasts. So this Ramadan, in light of Covid 19, these dessert spots have decided to offer special delivery services across the UAE. They are all traditional Arabic sweet shops, that will enhance the spirit of Ramadan. So get ready to jot down all these places that will deliver scrumdiddlyumptious sweets at your doorstep!

1. Al Sultan Sweets

This Syrian sweet shop has branches all over the UAE, and have some of the best baklavas in town! They offer several authentic Syrian desserts, along with other regional sweets such as Kunafa, Basboussa, and more. They deliver anywhere within the UAE, and charges differ depending on the delivery distance. Their pricing is fairly reasonable, and it’s a great way to treat yourself after a long day’s fast. For orders anywhere in the country, you can contact them via WhatsApp.

Contact: 0551999975

2. Al Samadi Sweets

This sweet shop, yet again, has branches scattered across the Emirates. Al Samadi Sweets has been in the UAE for over 30 years! The eatery was first founded in 1872, and offer a plethora of tasty sweets. They have a standard AED 5 delivery fee for anywhere in the country. You can indulge in all kinds of traditional Arabic sweets, for a minimal price. They also offer yummy cakes and a sweet selection of dates. Break your fast this Ramadan, with a unique collection of dates from Al Samadi Sweets.

Contact: 042697717

3. Qwaider Al Nabulsi

For all of our Abu Dhabi readers, this one is for you. This delectable sweet shop’s headquarters are located in the capital city. Although they do have branches around the country, their Abu Dhabi branch is known as the best one. This local gem is most famous for its halawet el-jibn and mafroukeh, two traditional Arabic sweets. They also offer free delivery! You can treat yourself to some of the most famous Arab desserts and enjoy a sweet iftar at home. You can contact them on different numbers depending on the emirate you reside in. You can find their contact details online.

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Contact: 02666980

4. Al Baba Sweets

This small sweet shop was first founded in a small alleyway of Lebanon, in 1950. Today, this sweet shop is spread across the Levant and the UAE. They have several assorted baklava gift boxes, along with cookies, cakes and more. You can make your order at Talabat.

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5. Ibsais Sweets

This is arguably one of the best places in town, for some lip-smacking Kunafa. You can call them directly for delivery, or reach out to them through Talabat. They are offering free delivery throughout Ramadan across the UAE. Don’t miss out on some delicious and cheesy Kunafa, during this special month. They are open from 12 PM to 10 AM.

Contact: 042214488