With over 200 nationalities living in Dubai, the Dubai Food Festival reveals the diversity and creativity in our culinary offerings—from gourmet and avant-garde restaurant concepts to local haunts and hidden gems. Foodies get ready Dubai Food Festival is taking place from 22 February to 10 March.

One of the highlights of the Dubai Food Festival, Dubai Restaurant Week, is back for the 2018 edition from 22 February to 3 March. The city’s food lovers will be able to enjoy three-course set menus, which have been exclusively curated for the event, at Dubai’s best restaurants. For just AED199, customers will be able to enjoy gourmet dishes from a range of international cuisines. 

Calling all foodies – Etisalat Beach Canteen returns to Dubai Food Festival for its fifth edition. The pop-up venue will see Jumeirah Beach transformed into a culinary hotspot for the duration of the festival, showcasing the best cooking that Dubai has to offer, from home-grown food trucks to restaurants and cafes.

Visitors to this one-of-a-kind event can sample dishes from around the world, from street food to American favorites. It’s not all about food, though, as there’s also a packed entertainment line-up with everything from fitness classes and markets to live music and family-friendly activities.  

One of Dubai’s longest-running food events, Taste of Dubai promises more delectable delights in its 11th edition. Thousands of the city’s food lovers will be flocking to Dubai Media City Amphitheatre for three days (8-10 March) of gastronomic experiences, to savor dishes from dozens of Dubai’s best fine-dining restaurants. 

Visitors will also be able to learn from celebrity chefs, with live cooking demonstrations, and chances to get up on stage and cook alongside them. You’ll also find more than food, with live musical performances from international and local artists – the likes of Billy Ocean and Boney M have previously graced the stage.

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