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Dubai Food festival returns from February 25

From street-food to comfort-food to 5-star refined cuisine, the city is confirmed as a gastronomic hub

Dubai confirms its status as the region's gastronomic hub with the return of the eagerly awaited Dubai Food Festival (DFF) from 25 February to 13 March 2021. In fact, the countdown for the eighth edition of the annual food festival has begun, which for years has showcasing Dubai's culinary diversity with a full “menu” of events, master classes and unique experiences at various restaurants across the city.

The 2021 edition will focus on four highlights of the Emirati city's food scene: culinary diversity, authentic and local cuisine, unique restaurant experiences and exceptional value for money. The DFF also aims to demonstrate that Dubai has a gastronomic offer for all palates and all budgets: from street food to comfort food for families, up to the refined cuisine of 5-star hotels. The DFF promotes the diversity, creativity and multicultural nature of Dubai's culinary offerings, from its five-star gourmet restaurants to its unique hidden gems.

Organized by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), the DFF will offer a range of mouthwatering experiences, including Dubai Restaurant Week, which will feature exclusive menus in more than 30 exceptional yet affordable restaurants; Instead, Foodie Experiences will offer innovative catering concepts, including chef tables, master classes and collaborations between chefs.

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