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Haneeth is a highly well-known Yemeni meal that consists of slow-roasted lamb that has been marinated in a blend of spices and cooked until the meat is incredibly soft.
Mandi is a popular and widely consumed cuisine that originated in Hadhramaut, Yemen, and mostly consists of smoky meat and rice with a unique blend of spices. In some sections of the Arabian Peninsula, it is even regarded as a staple food.
Like no other ingredients, home made butter, shredded tandoori bread in a lamb soup.
Saltah is the national dish of Yemen and is a lunchtime staple in nearly all households, especially in the highlands region of Yemen, consists of broth with meat and/or vegetables and that is topped with a fenugreek froth called hilbeh, saltah can be made of lamb, beef, chicken and even vegan.
Soft drinks, Water.
a combination of Fatah and your choice of Mandi or Haneeth meal.
Fava beans, Ground-beef or Vegi egg omelet 5 days a week Wednesday - Sunday 9AM-11AM