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Go out for a late night Yemeni meal during Ramadan

Mohammed Abashaar, manager, from Rayan Restaurant explains the significance of Ramadan and tells you more about the eatery featuring Yemen cuisine.

Through the end of Ramadan (June 4, 2019), Rayan Restaurant will offer a buffet from sunset to close.

Iftar buffet at Al-Rayan restaurant and Bakery

Al-Rayan Restaurant
4873 West 38th Street

For many Muslims, Ramadan is a time of family and friends. But what if you’re a Muslim who doesn’t have family in Central Indiana? Maybe a student at IUPUI, or a taxi driver sending most of the money he earns to family in Sana’a? Al-Rayan and other restaurants from predominantly Muslim countries is especially important. It’s a chance to meet up with your Indy friends and provide mutual support during a month of fasting all day.

Good news for non-Muslims: anyone is welcome to attend the late-night buffet. If you come for the buffet of delicious Yemeni food, you should stay to talk with the other diners.

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