December 04, 2017

The Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi has announced on 23rd November, Abu Dhabi Food Festival from December 7th and runs until December 23rd. Marking the festival's third edition, the event will feature the return of some all-time favourites as well as an array of international chefs and some new gastronomic experiences. Unique line-up of chefs, street food, and live entertainment set to create the delicious experience

Spread over 17 days across Abu Dhabi city, Al Ain and Al Dhafra, Abu Dhabi Food Festival will serve up more than 15 new feature events including 40 mule by Festember, Truckers Carnival, Beach Feast, Truckers Park, the Big Piknik, the Delicious Cinema, the Street Food Market, the Truckers Exit and the Top Secret Long Table, Food and Fashion, Caviar and Art, Longest Pizza in the UAE, Enrico & Friends, 2kg Burger Challenge, and a Market to Kitchen event. There will also be a number of activations from Zomato, the home-delivery service, including the Zomato Restaurant and Foodies Skillets, panel discussions on various topics, Zomato Abu Dhabi Restaurant Week, Zomato Influencer Tables, Zomato Treats and Gold Discounts, Zomato Dine In Treats Special, Zomato competitions and Zomato Special Package Delivery.

Sultan Al Dhaheri, Acting Executive Director, Tourism Sector, Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi, said, "We are proud to be at the forefront of national efforts aimed at elevating the Emirate’s profile as a leading gastronomic destination across the region. This edition will feature an extensive event calendar that highlights the diversity of our culinary delights and our avant-garde restaurant concepts. By collaborating with a wide range of government and private partners, we are able to position Abu Dhabi as a destination of distinction that attracts visitors from across the region who come to enjoy its unmatched offerings and exciting events."


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