Blue dishes with traditional Middle Eastern dips, like you'd have at an Eid event.

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Host an Eid celebration, complete with all the traditional sweets and indulgent food you love.

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What is Eid al-Fitr?

After a month of spiritual reflection and devotion, Eid (also referred to as Eid al-Fitr) marks the end of Ramadan's fasting from sunrise to sunset.

And to celebrate breaking the fast, we eat of course!

It's common to celebrate Eid al-Fitr, known as the "Festival of Sweets", by beginning the first day after the Ramadan feast has ended by indulging in sweets during daylight hours.

By lunch time, the Eid celebrations continue with more food.

Piles of Turkish sweets.
Lebanese foods, including grilled meats.

Serving up all your Eid feast favourites

Eid traditions differ in Muslim communities all around the world, and with that, comes plenty of of different food options to enjoy in celebration.

Whether you're planning a sugar feast with Turkish favourites for morning tea just after the month of Ramadan ends, or are celebrating Eid with a lunch spread of various curries, we have dozens of cuisines on our platform to choose from

Eid Mubarak!

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Spending much of the last decade juggling eating her way around the world and working within the travel and lifestyle content marketing space, Alex joined the EatFirst team in 2022. With 15 years of experience under her belt, she specialises in content strategy, SEO, writing and editing. Some of her favourite eats include Japanese, Thai and Italian, and she’s a firm believer that pineapple has no place on a pizza.