Join cooking classes, food tours and dishes for just AED 10.
It’s time to enjoy food, glorious food. Now in its 10th year, Dubai Food Festival is back and will bring together a mouthwatering line-up of gastronomical experiences. So, if you want to dig into the city’s food scene, here’s what you need to know.
Dubai Food Festival takes place from 21 April to 7 May. The festival brings together hundreds of cafés and restaurants, from homegrown concepts to fine dining experiences. Visitors will be able to join masterclasses from chefs, which include oyster shucking classes and children’s cooking sessions. Plus, there are food tours, chef’s tables and degustation dinners.
Many of the city’s best restaurants are offering set menus at discounted prices. Restaurants taking part include 3 Fils, Ariana’s Persian Kitchen, Akira Back, Clap, COYA, Gordan Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, Reif Japanese Kushiyaki, ROKA and Torno Subito by Massimo Bottura. To mark the 10th anniversary, select restaurants are offering signature dishes for only AED 10.
Ahmed Al Khaja, CEO of Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), explained, “The 2023 edition of the Dubai Food Festival will be the biggest and best yet. As it seeks to highlight Dubai as a global gastronomy hub, the festival showcases the best of Dubai’s gastronomy scene, offering affordable prices and shining a spotlight on the city’s top culinary talent and food capabilities.
“The 10th edition of the festival will feature a mix of old favourites and new features, providing the perfect opportunity to celebrate its journey over the last decade and explore the city’s diverse culinary scene while highlighting our partners in the F&B industry.”
GO: Visit www.visitdubai.com for more information.