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Ramadan is a month of fasting and gathering with relatives and friends to enjoy a generous table of food.
After long hours of fasting, nothing beats a healthy meal providing you with the nutrition you need!
You, my darlings, don’t have to worry about what to eat for Iftar, because we have already planned it for you.


We want you to feel like home while enjoying our mouthwatering healthy traditional meals.
Our Ramadan Menu includes six choices of appetizers, three main plates, and of course toothsome desserts.
Wait… do you think that we forgot about the famous Ramadan drink?
We simply can’t prepare a Ramadan Menu without including Jallab that will help you stay hydrated!
 A soft drink of your choice will also be available.

1-    Me Jana Ramadan Appetizers:

Dates: They prepare the stomach to receive food after being
 inactive throughout the day and they are rich in sugary energy so that the body is supplied with the most important nutrients!

Soup (Lentil or Carrot Soup): Starting your Iftar meal with soup
warms the stomach and helps in preventing any stomach discomfort.
–    Lentil Soup: rich in proteins and iron.

(Olive oil, chopped onion, lentils, salt, chopped celery, chicken stock)
–    Carrot soup: rich in vitamins.
(Carrots, garlic, potato, onion, celery, olive oil, parsley)

Hummus: rich in iron, folate, phosphorus, and B vitamins.
(A dip of pureed cooked chickpeas, tahini, lemon juice, olive oil)

Fried Kibbeh: You simply cannot not love our tasty Kibbeh!
(Beef & burgul dumpling, stuffed with ground beef & lamb, onion, pine nuts)

Grape Leaves: rich in vitamins A and K, calcium, and iron.
(Rice, tomato, onion, parsley, mint, olive oil, lemon)

Fattouch Salad: rich in vitamins.
(Tomato, cucumber, onion, radish, bell pepper, mint, lemon vinaigrette)

2-    Me Jana Ramadan Main Plate:
Nutritionists say “In Ramadan, it’s essential to eat a wide variety of foods.”

First Choice: Lamb Ouzi
(Basmati rice topped with lamb & yogurt salad)

Second Choice: Fatteh with Chicken
(Fried eggplant, chickpeas, yogurt, crispy bread topped with chicken)

Third Choice: Mixed Grill
(Chicken, lamb & kafta with garlic whip, rice)

3-    Me Jana Dessert:
Special of the day

Making you happy is our mission and we can’t wait to see that big smile on your face while enjoying our delicious Ramadan Menu.
Let Me Jana in Arlington be your second home during this holy blessed month of Ramadan.

Me Jana Restaurant