Little Erth by Nabz&G is serving up a vegan Middle Eastern iftar

The five-course iftar is just Dhs89

Little Erth by Nabz&G is serving up a vegan Middle Eastern iftar

Little Erth by Nabz&G (formerly known as Urth by Nabz&G) is serving up some traditional and nutritious Middle Eastern fare this Ramadan with a special plant-based iftar menu.

This healthy eatery in Dubai's JLT has “veganised” some Middle Eastern favourites and even the fussiest of diners won’t be left disappointed as there’s plenty of choices per course. For Dhs89 the pocket-friendly five-course iftar consists of a soup, salad, appetiser, main course and dessert.

The iftar kicks off with soup and guests can choose between either carrot and mint, lentil and celery, butternut squash or pea and mint soup. Next up is either a fattoush or tabbouleh salad and for starters there’s either a vegan fattet hummus or vegan kibbeh.

There are nine different main course options varying from the Egyptian dish of koshari, okra stew and stuffed peppers. Those with a sweet tooth are spoilt for choice with four different dessert options including a vegan kunafa with matcha ice-cream.

“Ramadan is a time when people look forward to eating clean and healthy. We have kept this in mind while exploring options that do not compromise on taste,” says co-founder Ghalia Alul.

For our full list of iftars, click here and while you’re at it check out our guide to the city's best vegan and vegetarian restaurants, food and places to eat. If you’re on the hunt for more vegan iftars, Common Grounds has launched a daily iftar throughout the month of Ramadan and The Daily is hosting a one-off plant-based iftar on Saturday May 25.
Dhs89. Daily. Cluster J, Jumeirah Lake Towers (04 276 7287).

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