Dubai’s annual celebration of its wide variety of culinary offerings, the Dubai Food Festival (DFF), will return on May 2. This 12-day city-wide festival of food will end on May 12 and will be showcasing some of the city’s most exhilarating offerings.
With over 12,000 cafes and restaurants, Dubai attracts the most enthusiastic diner with tempting flavours worldwide. It will include everything from world-class chefs and global restaurant brands to street food and homegrown diners inspired by more than 200 nationalities residing in Dubai.
The two-week-long Festival will reflect Dubai’s wide variety of authentic and homegrown cuisines, gastronomic creation and excellent value for money.
This year, DFF is being celebrated during the holiday of Eid Al Fitr, connecting families and friends via food with the help of special events.
In collaboration with over 40 of the city’s finest restaurants, Dubai Restaurant Week returns back from May 6 with specially curated two-course lunch menus beginning from AED95 or three-course dinner menus starting from AED150 per person.
Visitors will be able to enjoy tempting dishes made using the freshest ingredients, all at a price that saves visitors up to 50% when dining out.
Foodie Experiences also returns back to this year’s Dubai Food Festival, which will offer unique, authentic food adventures all around Dubai. It will run for the entire Festival that is from 2 to May 15, and Foodie Experiences features a curated series of Dubai’s most prominent and anticipated chef tables, masterclasses, culinary collaborations and out-of-the-box experiential dining concepts that are new and only in DFF.
Connecting friends and families through food during the holy period of Eid Al Fitr, the Festival offers 18 Eid Big Breakfast promotions around the city running from 2 to May 6, featuring authentic breakfast affairs from different nationalities and cultures. Participating restaurants include Reif Japanese Kushiyaki, Hillhouse Brasserie, Bull and Bear, Mezzerie, Gastro Kitchen and more.