A chef offers a visitor a food item to taste during the previous edition of the Dubai Food Festival.
All the foodies in the UAE especially in Dubai stay alert as the much-awaited Dubai Food Festival (DFF) returns for its seventh edition on Feb.26 this year.
DFF is known for its culinary diversity drawn from the UAE and the cultures of over 200 nationalities residing in Dubai.
A citywide culinary extravaganza is out to further cement Dubai’s position as the gastronomy capital of the region.
Running until 14 March, the upcoming edition of DFF will also give residents, visitors, families and foodies an insight into the latest tastes and trends from the global gastronomy scene.
Organised by the Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment (DFRE), the 18-day DFF 2020 will offer an appealing range of mouth-watering events including annual favourites including Dubai Restaurant Week, Beach Canteen, Hidden Gems and Foodie Experiences featuring masterclasses, chef tables and unique dining fare as well as exciting new activations, appearances by celebrity chefs, food-related events and promotions at malls, restaurants, hypermarkets, and much more.
Following the widespread success of the Meals of Hope campaign, launched last Ramadan, the Dubai Islamic Affairs and Charitable Activities Department (IACAD) has announced that the second phase of the ‘Meals of Hope’ campaign will be extended to other areas of Dubai as well.
There are 80 UAE Food Bank fridges placed in different parts of Dubai for people to donate food during this Holy Month and year around.
As part of its mission to discover and develop artistic talents and provide a nurturing platform for aspirants in the creative fields, Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) will host the second edition of Dubai Festival for School Theatre from April 21-25 in Dubai.
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