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Guess What? Dubai Food Festival is Back

Guess What? Dubai Food Festival is Back
Asia's biggest culinary extravaganza is back with some surprise additions,

The 24-day celebration of the city's buzzing dining and gastronomy scene is back and will run into the better part of April

OT Staff
March 24 , 2021
03 Min Read

For a city known for its nightlife and snazzy dining scene throbbing in its swanky hotels and malls and breathtaking architectural delights, it's only natural that one wait for its much-vaunted food festival with bated breath. And that wait is over now—the Dubai Food Festival is here to take you through the city's pulsating culinary accomplishments, from high-end dining to creative food concepts and undiscovered delights and tantalising up-and-comers. So, get those lips smacking already.

This 24-day-long celebration of food will kick off tomorrow, that is March 25, and run until April 17—the first event of its kind to be held ever since the pandemic broke out last year. The Emirate has been actively pursuing strategies and measures to revive tourism and industry while also controlling the ongoing contagion—in fact, only last month, Dubai launched one of the world's largest waterparks.

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This year, the much-awaited annual event is focusing on authentic and homegrown culinary delights, unique eateries and dining experiences, gastronomic diversity and value-for-money fare. For over three weeks, the city will buzz with events, chef's tables and collaborations, masterclasses and lucrative offers on staycations and dineouts. One highlight visitors are absolutely psyched about is the Dubai Restaurant Week where over 30 restaurants in the city will come up with limited-edition menus for foodies and gourmands.

 
 
 
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Find the low-down on what to expect, reserve tables at the Dubai Restaurant Week, reserve spots in culinary experiences, and check into staycations on the festival website (https://www.visitdubai.com/en/articles/dff-2021-highlights). Another trend to be experienced at the festival this time around are foodcations that hotels such as The H Hotel, Armani Hotel Dubai and Hyatt Regency Dubai Creek Heights are offering.

Don't forget to check and comply with the applicable COVID-19 protocols.


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