Dubai Food Festival is officially back for 2021 and the emirate’s lauded restaurants will be unveiling extraordinary dishes, the highly anticipated feast has kickstarted on March 25, 2021, until April 17, 2021.
From pop-ups to bespoke menus from homegrown concepts and luxe hidden food havens, there’s a vast delectable journey to uncover in Dubai.
From restaurants with an international flair to those featuring Italian Michelin-starred Chef’s Hilton’s comprehensive Dubai Food Festival programme bring innovative food activations to life with a diverse range of cuisines. Maestro’s such as Paolo Gramaglia along with a special series of eateries such as Bull & Bear, Skafos, Mango Tree, LAO and Kimpo are ready to shake the culinary world in Dubai this season.
With a curated selection of signature dishes at Social by Heinz Beck located at Waldorf Astoria, The Palm, is offering a three-course menu for Dhs249 per person will bring a taste of Italy to Dubai from 6:30pm to 10:30pm.
Gold caviar dessert at Social by Heinz Beck
Experience a culinary balance of signature dishes from around with this globetrotting menu which promises a series of signature dishes with a 3-course menu at Bull & Bear at Waldorf Astoria DIFC starting at Dhs325 per person from 12:30pm to 3:30pm and 6:30pm till late.
Bull & Bear
Experience art on a plate with an unforgettable dining experience enhancing all five senses with Chef Davide Gardini and Italian artist Manasse Rampino at BiCE Ristorante, Hilton JBR from 6pm to 11pm and Friday to Saturday 12:30pm to 11pm for Dhs250 per person.
Finally, relish the best of Asia at Lao in a special four-course menu from 6:30pm to 10:30pm at Dhs249 per person.
All the necessary social distancing measures have been implemented in place to ensure the utmost safety of all guests.
To find out more about the other food deals visit Hilton.com
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