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Ramadan 2017 - Tried and Tested Iftar Menus That Won't Hurt Your Pocket


It's Ramadan season once again and you know what this means: endless buffet awaits us when the sun goes down (yay for buffet girls and boys!). Last year, I have tried a few restaurants for Iftar and this year, I have experienced dining at new restaurants within hotel facilities where I have gotten a lot of invitations to try what they have been offering in their menu. Lamb Ouzi and Arabic starters are  the buffet staples but this year, I guess I already met the mouttabal that literally took my heart away (sadly, it's not included on this list!).

You will also be surprised to know the buffet menu that I have tried are actually budget friendly, which basically fits what I have been sharing for the longest time.  So get your pen and paper, here's a summary of my tried and tested Iftar menus in Dubai that will not hurt your pocket!

Celebrating International Friendship Day at Zen The Spa

Zen The Spa in Al Ghurair Rayhaan Rotana

Happy International Friendship Day everyone! Who did you celebrate your friendship day with?

I'm not sure if I have mentioned it at all but I love bringing my roommies with me whenever I attend events. They are always one of my guests or 'plus one' - we are a package and I make sure that they enjoy what I get too. And if I can actually bring all four of them, I would!

Ramadan 2016 - Must Visit Restaurants For Iftar

Iftar 2016

Ramadan Kareem everyone! It's the Holy Month of Ramadan, a month to reflect and pay respect to our Muslim brothers and sisters' religion. Most residents and locals observe this through fasting on certain times of the day and when the sun goes down, we gather together as a family over food which they call Iftar.  For almost 3 years of living in Dubai, I've tried the best Iftar menus there are in this city and I'm sharing you the ones I loved and tested for 2016.

Iftar Dinner Invitation at Liwan Restaurant (Al Ghurair Rayhaan Rotana)

iftar dinner buffet Rotana

A long overdue post before I hit the road. Oh, hello Dubai and say hello to my friends Tareq, Tamim, and Deanne. We call our mini-family "Ganoush Fambam". These people are the guys I consider my family because it feels like home whenever I am with them. A common thing that keeps us together is food - which I love the most!