The iftar requires ten tonnes of vegetables and the process involves around 400 chefs
The Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, the largest mosque in the UAE, has becomes a focal point for Muslims during the holy month of Ramadan, with the building catering for up to 30,000 worshippers at its iftar each night.
The ingredients required to make the meals comprise of ten tonnes of rice, seven tonnes of chicken and ten tonnes of vegetables and the process involves around 400 chefs and almost 500 service staff.
“We are honoured to serve, it’s kind of a privilege to be in such an initiative,” Shaikha Al Kaabi, CEO of the Armed Forces Officer Club & Hotel, the hospitality company supplying the meals at the Grand Mosque, was quoted as saying by Euronews.
“It’s really overwhelming to see the amount of people, regardless their backgrounds.” Al Kaabi added.