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Residents and tourists can once again enjoy the flavors of the Emirate at the annual Dubai Food Festival that will run from May 2 to 15.
The ninth edition will bring guests to the city’s homegrown concepts, neighborhood spots, and value Hidden Gems as a result of Dubai being a massive and rich culinary diversity and home to over 200 nationalities.
Guests can also expect world-class fine dining restaurants, experiences, and cooking showcases by chefs with the views of Dubai’s iconic locations.
Here are some festival highlights to expect.
Dubai Restaurant Week will run from May 6 to 15 and will feature two-course lunch menus from Dh95 per person and special three-course dinner menus starting from Dh150 per person.
The courses can be experienced from 40 of the top restaurants in the city including those that are highly-anticipated and newly opened restaurants and part of Mena’s 50 Best Restaurants list.
Visit here to see the full list.
Foodie Experiences will provide a dining experience for the guests that will exceed the expectations in the form of masterclasses with the experts, themed experimental dining concepts, culinary collaborations, and exclusive Chef’s table tasting menus from May 2 to 15.
Visit this link to discover what experience suits your foodie heart the best.
As the mark of the end of the holy month, Dubai Food Festival will not be complete with its Eid Al Fitr twist of the Eid Big Breakfast event that is available for dine-in and for delivery.
Additional highlights are to be announced soon and more information can be found at Dubai Food Festival 2022. KSO/Expat Media
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