Ramadan is quite the experience in Saudi Arabia because aside from the fact that it's something you share with the majority of the people in the country, you learn how to cook the local foods and serve them during iftar. They become a must-have on your table because without them, your iftar will feel incomplete.
2. Arabic coffee
Most people often break their fast with dates or water. Eating one or two dates prevents you from overeating.
After eating one or two dates, you normally start with soup to ease your stomach in after an entire day of not eating. This also helps fill you up to avoid overeating.
7. Foul and Tameez bread
8. Meat filled borak
15. Arika filled with dates
The sambousek are usually either filled with meat, vegetables or cheese. You usually have all three types at the table.