FlowWith long days and the searing heat of summer, the daily fasting period of Ramadan no doubt tests the strength and determination of even the most health-conscious individuals. Luckily Flow, Dubai’s favourite home-grown health hub and creative workspace, is offering a carefully-curated ‘Ramadan Kit’ for the Holy Month, dedicated to helping its customers break their fast in a healthy way.

Comprising of a green juice with kale, apple, ginger and lemon, as well as a bag of mixed apricots and dates – the perfect source of natural sugars to compensate for energy lost during the long fasting hours – Flow’s Ramadan Kit is priced at just AED 40 and ready to take away before patrons leave work.

A special Ramadan cake will also be on sale during the month for just AED38, which chefs have expertly whipped together from banana, za’atar, dates and walnuts and feature only natural unrefined sugars. All of this can be washed down with a limited edition Date Chai Latte for AED24. For those not fasting, the healthy dining hub will also be open and serving their health conscious dishes, drinks and snacks weekdays 7am-4pm.

Housed in Jumeirah Emirates Towers – the downtown Dubai landmark re-energised by its housing of many innovative and futuristic projects led by youth – Flow is the brainchild of Emirates Youth Council. As a Jumeirah Restaurant Group development, Flow is the latest in a series of successful and prestigious F&B concepts launched and operated by Dubai’s homegrown culinary powerhouse.

Opening Hours during Ramadan:

8am – 4pm, Sunday – Thursday

+971 55 2934430


Published on May 15, 2017

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