Africa News Ramadan in Dubai: Everything you need to know

Ramadan in Dubai: Everything you need to know

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Located in Al Ain, Emirates Bio Farm (EBF) is spread over an area of 250,000 sq km and is the largest organic farm in the UAE. As a part of the Ramadan experience, the farm will be hosting ‘The Field to Plate’ Iftar menu that has been specially curated so as to cater to a wide range of dietary requirements. 

The dishes are wholesome, nourishing and delicious and include butternut squash soup, beetroot moutabel, kale salad, fattoush, eggplant ricotta lasagne, and Mediterranean okra. The highlight of their buffet is a lamb that is slow cooked in an earthen pot.

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