Have you Checked Out this All-Organic Iftar in Abu Dhabi that Balances your gut during Ramadan?
Choosing what to eat to stay healthy during Ramadan is a challenge for many; The Bridge Wellness Hub at Al Qana saves you the trouble with its healthy, all-organic menu.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: The Holy Month of Ramadan is a time of self-discipline, restraint, sacrifice and empathy for the less fortunate. It is also a time of cleansing the body and soul through fasting and abstinence from indulgence in worldly comforts.
Part of cleansing the body is eating healthy foods when breaking the fast at iftar time.
The Bridge Wellness Hub at Al Qana, the heartbeat of Abu Dhabi, has dished out an all-organic culinary Ramadan menu that has been carefully chosen with attention to the subtleties that enhance traditional meals.
This world-class Abu Dhabi landmark keeps up with its core value of transforming people’s lives through a holistic approach to wellness – a bridge between who you are now and who you want to be.
So, from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm, celebrate Ramadan with a fully organic 4-course menu. Enjoy delicious dishes made with fresh, locally-sourced ingredients, from savoury lentil soup to the signature grilled kebabs. Vegetarian options include a variety of organic salads and herbally-infused roasted vegetables. Moreover, sugar-free desserts are the perfect way to end your meal guilt-free.
Starters come in eight selections, including heirloom sweet peppers stuffed with minced beef and wild rice enhanced with roasted pepper coulis; chard leaves stuffed with rice, chickpeas and a variety of aromatic herbs placed on a bed of creamy labneh; and batter-coated chicken air-fried and tossed to a lightly spicy labneh sauce.
There is also a ‘Mexican Farmer’s Salad Bowl’, fiber-rich soaked pinto beans and black rice mixed with curly kale, avocado, heirloom cherry tomatoes and baby corn, enriched with jalapeño chilli and homemade peach vinaigrette, among three other delicious salad choices.
The selection of soups includes a contemporary take on traditional minestrone, consisting of a mix of seasonal vegetable chunks, semolina-based fregola pearls, and a wholesome Spiced Lamb Turmeric Harira Soup, made with lamb shank and anti-inflammatory spices sure to make you feel warm and nourished.
Mains are a selection of six delectable dishes like grass-fed wagyu striploin marinated with fermented coconut aminos and topped with a citrusy, herbal fresh sauce; wild-caught seared prawns marinated in lemon and chilli, topped with a rich tomato basil sauce; and an aromatic succulent lamb with tagine spices naturally sweetened with apricots and nuts, marinated for 12 hours.
Also, on the mains are charred organic grilled chicken, served with braised barley and earthy zucchini; baked seabass with oriental spices, black rice and thyme, and smoked tomato chilli sauce; and a mix of lentils with turmeric and curry spices slow-cooked for 12 hours, then drizzled with tahini citrus sauce.
Savour guilt-free desserts with yummy treats like Mango and Cardamon Lassi, Cresson Katayef Bites, Berry and Frangipane Tart, and Cheese Cake Carrot Halwa.
There likewise are selections of fresh mocktails, teas, coffees and juices.
This all-organic iftar package is surprisingly available for just 140 AED.
Al Qana, the most lively waterfront destination in Abu Dhabi, is home to the most prominent attractions, such as The National Aquarium, the largest in the region with 46,000 aquatic animals, as well as The Bridge Wellness Hub, first-of-its-kind, diverse and inclusive wellness as a lifestyle hub fostering natural and holistic programs, Pixoul Gaming Esports Arena, the Middle East's first integrated Immersive Virtual Reality (VR) and Esports hub, as well as Adrenark Adventure, the region’s largest indoor adrenaline zone for all ages and Cinemacity Al Qana, UAE's largest standalone cinema complex.
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