Dubai Food Festival 2021 gives food lovers the opportunity to experience some of the best and unique experiences until April 17th. This is due to the distinctive events and offers it contains that cater to different tastes.
Celebrating Dubai’s status as the region’s culinary capital, the festival invites city-goers to enjoy unique experiences, including signature dishes, cooking classes, chef tables and many bespoke dining experiences, in cooperation with some of the city’s best restaurants. In addition, the Dubai Restaurant Week has been extended for an additional three days, to last until April 10, so that foodies can enjoy lunch and dinner at special prices.
The “Dubai Restaurant Week” event presents an agenda rich in exclusive dining experiences with the participation of some of the most famous restaurants in Dubai. You can choose between lunch or dinner during the week, with a two-course lunch offer, and another option is a three-course dinner at attractive prices. The menus specially designed for this occasion feature a selection of delicious dishes that are irresistible and are offered at competitive prices. Discounts of up to 50% and additional 3 days.
While the event “Journey into the Gourmet World” offers a unique adventure through a curated menu of interesting “Master Class” cooking lessons, chefs’ tables and dining experiences in unique places around the city. Dubai residents and visitors have the opportunity to choose from many experiences, such as dining in the desert with Platinum Heritage, or attending a cooking session with Chef Pukka to learn the famous paella dish, in addition to an idyllic dinner on the beach at Jumeirah Zabeel Saray and many more!
Dubai is home to many wonderful little-known restaurants, and in its endeavor to shed light on little-known restaurants, the Dubai Food Festival has issued a list of 33 restaurants of the city’s best hidden gems to reveal the dazzling diversity of many independent and unique restaurants.
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