Friday, September 2, 2011

Iftar and Suhoor Meals

As expat for more than 6 years now, I have witnessed every year the blessed month of Ramadan which the Muslim community spend the daylight hours fasting. Muslim people gather to break their fast during the Iftar and Suhoor meal. As fas as I know, Iftar meal is consumed after sunset time and Suhoor meal is consumed early in the morning, which replaces the traditional breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Last week, we were lucky that our boss invited us for an Iftar experience in a nearby restaurant. Although, I am not Muslim but I respect their religion. I can’t help myself but to take photos of the cozy ambiance and the buffet. Have fun.
Festive Desserts
Fresh Fruit display
My favorite sushi


 I must say this is the tallest chandelier I saw in my life.


  1. looks so good. i'm hungry now. thanks so much for your lovely comment. thanks for following-i'm following you back. have a nice day and please check out my new post.
    maren anita

  2. Thanks lovely Maren. Sure, I'm gonna check your post.

  3. Aaaa I feel hungry now, soo hungry :))

    Thank u on ur comment and i'll follow u back :).
    Come tonight one more time to apply for giveaway :)

  4. @MT - thanks! i will visit your blog for sure, hope i win... :)

  5. These all looks so yum..
    but my fav is sUSHI! :)

  6. dongala (wanderer) - sushi is so delicious, can't get enough of them :D


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