A rooftop attraction at Expo 2020 Dubai.
Gulf Today, Staff Reporter
With low temperatures, mild weather and the start of the magical winter season in Dubai, we invite you to enjoy ten unique destinations at the Expo 2020 Dubai site, which will not only give you the opportunity to enjoy the long-awaited special weather, but will also give you stunning views of the entire Expo 2020 site.
Visitors looking for unique experiences and unique locations to spend the most beautiful times with family and friends, should check out these ten destinations provided by the Expo 2020 Dubai site, which will give them a luxurious and exceptional visit experience, whether by spending some time in a hanging garden at a height of 55 meters from on the surface of the earth or in a once-in-a-lifetime immersive outdoor experience, a few metres away from Al Wasl Dome, home to the world’s largest 360-degree screen that sparks imagination.
Mudrá on the rooftop Terra
Celebrated American chef Matthew Kenny was behind the idea of Mudra, the perfect destination for vegan food lovers, located on the rooftop Terra, the iconic themed pavilion located in the Sustainability District.
Aiming to share a healthy vegetarian lifestyle through its cuisine that suits all tastes, the Mudra menu also includes a wide range of options, from simple foods such as pizza and burgers served in a distinctive style, to the luxurious Nikai sushi, to appetizers and exquisite drinks, which was prepared in an innovative way to win the satisfaction and admiration of those with fine tastes.
Rooftop terrace of the Swiss Pavilion
The bar on the terrace of the Swiss Pavilion allows you to enjoy seeing the breathtaking scenes of the Expo 2020 site, and to taste the types of delicious foods that will take you on a trip to Switzerland.
The dishes presented are characterized by their delicious flavours that aim to satisfy all tastes.
Brillat-Savarin restaurant — France Pavilion
This 180-degree terrace wraps around the Belvedere floor of the French Pavilion, at a height of 21 meters above the ground, providing an exceptional location for a panoramic view of the entire Expo site, with stunning views of the Mobility Pavilion and Al Wasl Square. Based on the terrace, Brillat-Savarin restaurant run by chefs Martin Picquart and Erwan Stadler.
Lusitano Restaurant Portugal Pavilion
Chef Chacal's "Lusitano" Restaurant and Terrace is located on the second floor of the Portugal Pavilion and offers panoramic views of the Jubilee Garden.
The delicacy is the inspiration for Portuguese/Argentine Chef Chacal, who has traveled through Portugal for many years, as well as participating in well-known TV cooking shows at the local and regional levels, and in many different culinary events, which contributed to his gaining an in-depth knowledge of Portuguese cuisine, which has its roots From the mountains to the sea to the islands of the Atlantic Ocean.
Garden in the sky
Located 55 meters above the ground, the “Al Thuraya Garden” is an observation tower and garden in the sky that provides 360-degree views of the Expo 2020 site. The top floor of the tower contains 10 yellow poinciana trees. It adapts well to the hot and dry climate of the United Arab Emirates, and is connected to the air-conditioned basement by a flight of stairs.
Rooftop - 2020 Club
Those looking for a truly upscale Expo experience, complete with stunning views and exquisite cuisine, can head to Rooftop - 2020 Club by Emaar, which includes a hospitality hall, event space and a stunning deck.
And the new traditions through the celebrations of a special nature, in addition to the possibility of watching the lighting of Al Wasl Dome, and watching the captivating entertainment programs that coincide with the celebrations of the Golden Jubilee of the United Arab Emirates, the New Year’s Eve party, and many other celebrations.
Jubilee balcony experience
The Jubilee Balcony gives outdoor dining lovers an exceptional experience, through a series of short cooking shows organized on the balcony of the Expo Media Center. They will also have the opportunity to sample a range of classic and other distinctive drinks, in a unique experience, embraced by this open balcony overlooking Al Wasl Dome, the beating heart of the Expo 2020 site.
Be-Lounge, Belgium Pavilion
Slightly hidden from view, on the roof of the Belgium Pavilion, Be-Lounge offers guests a comfortable seating area with stunning views of the Expo 2020 site. Guests can choose from a selection of Belgian snacks.
Efzin Restaurant — Greece Pavilion
Located next to the UAE National Pavilion, the luxurious Efzin Restaurant was created by Chef Sperxos, whose menu is inspired by traditional Greek cuisine, adding a special modern touch, taking visitors directly to the amazing beaches of Greece and its picturesque mountains.
Grand Beirut — Sustainability District
The Grand Beirut restaurant has a distinctive aesthetic terrace filled with flowers, and the restaurant derives its name from the capital of Lebanon. An authentic Lebanese experience, full of art, the fragrant Lebanese culture and the delicious food that the Levant is famous for.
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