An Amazing Organic Iftar Is Happening In A Greenhouse During The Month Of Ramadan

Greening The Desert

This is quite extraordinary.

A greenhouse in the UAE's largest privately-owned organic farm, nestled among rolling sand dunes is hosting a unique iftar. A trip to Emirates Bio Fram is an adventure for all ages where your journey will include a farm tour, veg picking and an amazing Ramadan buffet.

Book a spectacular iftar at Emirates Bio Farm now

The food is harvested on the very same day that it's plated up for you... you simply don't get food this fresh anywhere else in Dubai.

Emirates Bio Farm is hosting a spectacular iftar this year

Greenhouse Iftar

You'll ride on a tractor and pick your own veg

Take a one hour ride through the farm on an actual tractor (the kids will love this!), get the opportunity to pick your own veg and learn how the farm operates.

Then, enjoy a picturesque, family-friendly iftar that takes place in a cooled indoor multipurpose greenhouse space... amazing!

If you've yet to visit an organic farm in the UAE, use this opportunity and just go. Trust us, you'll be converted to the use of organic veg in your cooking FOR LIFE following this trip.

Harvesting In The Fields

From farm to your plate in a matter of hours

Of course, the menu is a fantastic feast of fresh, organic eats.

Think traditional Ramadan dishes including a locally sourced Bedouin style lamb dish, slow-cooked in an earthen oven for over five hours (erm, yummmm), along with a farmer's twist on the expected, including pumpkin kibbeh and beetroot muttabal. You'll leave feeling refreshed following quite possibly THE most unique Iftar in the UAE.

Tractor Tour

The important bits

Iftars at the farm will be held every Friday and Saturday during the month of Ramadan

Tours from 5.30pm - 6.30pm. Iftar from sunset

How much? AED180 for adults

Children's policy: AED80 for children below 12 (children under 6 are free)

Pre-booking required- reserve your spot here

*The venue is also available for private and corporate hire

Written By

Casey Fitzgerald

Outside of writing for Lovin Dubai, you'll find Casey inhaling hummus, making a constant stream of terrible puns and running around in circles.