Reem Al Bawadi, an award-winning Middle Eastern restaurant is encouraging customers to join them this Ramadan to experience a delicious Iftar buffet with family and friends and to share in the spirit of the Holy month by adding 20 dirhams to their Iftar buffet bill to feed a worker. Contributions by customers to the “Give A Little” initiative, which is supported by Coco Cola, will then be used by Reem Al Bawadi to provide daily meals to labourers in the UAE throughout the Holy month.
Renowned for its authentic Arabic cuisine and genuine Middle Eastern hospitality, Reem Al Bawadi is a favourite among restaurant-goers looking to experience traditional Arabic dishes and flavours, together with family favourite recipes and internationally influenced dishes.
During Ramadan, the Reem Al Bawadi Iftar buffet will offer an extensive selection of starters, dates, fruits, soups and traditional Ramadan drinks, Tamarind, Qamar AL Dien and Jallab, while main courses will be traditionally middle eastern & international and will feature lamb, chicken, fish and rice. Guests will also be able to enjoy a mouth-watering selection of desserts and sweets to finish their meal.
“This Ramadan we are offering a wide assortment of traditionally tasty and satisfying dishes to our customers during Iftar,” said Dina Alia, Marketing Manager at Reem Al Bawadi. “As we would like to extend our gratitude and charity to many more people living and working in the UAE, we have partnered with Coco Cola to bring the “Give A Little” initiative to workers. To participate customers can simply hand the “Give A Little” card, which is placed on their table, to their waiter at the end of their meal and 20 dirhams will be added to their final bill. Reem Al Bawadi will then deliver daily meals to labourers in the UAE,” said Dina.
The “Give A Little” initiative is being held in all Reem Al Bawadi restaurants across the UAE during Ramadan including its Jumeirah Beach Road, Sheikh Zayed Road, Dubai Marina The Walk, Mohammed Bin Rashid Blvd, Ramada Deira and Al Ain venues.