Horse meat in the Kazakhstan pavilion, shiachi shawanmochi (cold egg cream) in the Japanese pavilion, Portuguese sausage balls, feijoa juices rich in antioxidants in the New Zealand pavilion and precious caviar from Sweden are among the dishes unforgettable at Expo 2020 Dubai. Here are 28 innovative dishes to try while visiting the international event:
Adrift Burger Bar
The best choice for fans of salted caramel will be to wrap up their gastronomic experience at the “Adrift Burger Bar” with chocolate and caramel miso, a delicious dessert that adds salt from miso pasta, adding sweetness to it with umami known as the “Fifth Fragrance”.
To enjoy authentic Lebanese flavors, visitors should head to Aklat, where they can start eating at the kiosk, a very traditional meal that Lebanese villagers make every year with bulgur and goat milk in late summer as part of winter conditions. The thick bulgur is rubbed with milk and left to ferment for a few days before being dried in the sun for a few more days. Served in “Akalaat” along with dishes rich in authentic flavors with onions and tomatoes.
African Kibulan Lounge
Visitors can enjoy liquid slices of grilled ostrich pancakes covered in cheese and served with fried plantain bread in the Africa Kibulan Lounge and eat delicious and rich food, where ostrich meat is known as one of the lightest meat on the market. making slices a perfectly balanced mix between nutrients.
Ig dosa (egg pancake), a popular South Indian dish, stuffed with traditional pyoza (a thin pancake or crepe) with eggs and spices, is the perfect choice for a protein-rich breakfast that will prepare dinners his for the day. The Al-Farwaniyah restaurant serves the bull’s eye-shaped pie, which is crunchy and fluffy.
Arabian Tea House
Middle Eastern favorite at Arabian Tea House is fresh beef liver, served fried with onions, potatoes, tomatoes and seasoned with spices and lemon juice. Served with Arabic salad, hummus and tandoor bread – a traditional Iraqi bread baked in a tandoor oven.
The Australian Health Care Pavilion serves colorful and nutritious matcha, beetroot or hot or cold turmeric latte. For those looking for something else sweet, you can enjoy the Tim Tam Freekeh Shake, a milo cold vanilla milkshake, and Australia’s favorite Tim Tams biscuit.
If Wiener Schnitzel vomits rotting potatoes (beef steak with potato salad) in the Austrian pavilion sounds so delicious that it can be eaten with a bite, that’s because it’s. Delicious steak fried in gold – finely chopped beef, crushed into bread crumbs – served with Vienna potato salad.
The list of dishes in which chefs specialize in Brazilian cuisine is as long as the name of the dish itself. Pato no tucupi (duck with tucupi sauce), an authentic dish from Belem, the gateway to the lower Amazon region of Brazil. It consists of boiled duck with basil (Amazonian wild basil), tomatoes and onions, then roasted and cooked with tocopi (yellow juice extracted from kasava) and jumbo (a leafy plant with narcotic properties, served with rice). This dish is traditionally prepared and eaten once a year, during the Cerio de Nazari holidays.
Those looking for a comforting and satisfying option at a bargain price can try the Cairo Restaurant 30 soup served with toasted meat and cheese for 35 AED.
Corn is a staple of Chilean food, especially in the summer months when fresh corn is plentiful. The Chilean wing makes good use of these simple grains in pastel de choclo, the original stew that includes chicken, onion, garlic, cumin, salt and pepper, and garnished with corn and basil puree.
In the pavilion of the South American country, which produces more than 400 types of fruit all year round and is a major exporter of exotic fruits (fruits grown abroad), visitors can enjoy a refreshing creamy fruit cream. The prickly green fruit (Laughter) has a greasy texture and strong aroma, and its taste is often compared to pineapple or strawberry with a vanilla hue, which is rich in vitamin C.
Alcohol-free graffiti carpets excite pavilion visitors and they can print an image of date palms, the Expo 2020 Dubai logo or an almost mirror image of their masterfully crafted faces on top of the thin cocktails in the Denmark pavilion that located in mobility area.
One of the most delicious sandwiches at Expo 2020 Dubai is a cold smoked salmon sandwich made with black bread at Pavilion Estonia. Its color is derived from dark barley flour, sandwich flour is taken from Estonia and baked fresh every day.
Heisei Lipa, whose name translates to “warm love” in Arabic, is a dreamy blend of hot raspberries and cold syrup dipped in hot cherry sauce, one of the most popular desserts in the German pavilion, perfect as a dessert after a slice of beef. currywurst. It is one of the most popular dishes of the German way.
Visitors to Brasserie Bombay, located in the India Pavilion, can try martaban ka myth, dating back to northern India; A delicacy with soft lamb chops cooked in spicy overnight spices and boiled in martapan; It is a traditional clay bowl from India.
In the suite is shiashi shawanmochi, a delicious appetizer from the heart of Japanese cuisine, consisting of a mixture of cold eggs with cream or steamed milk in a small bowl with shrimp, clams, fish dough and salmon roe , a feast for the eyes and mouth, where visitors can find this delicious Japanese mix at the Sushiro restaurant in the suite.
Traditional Kazakh cuisine focuses on lamb and horse meat, as well as various dairy products. For hundreds of years, the Cossacks were shepherds who raised thick-tailed sheep, horses, and two-limbed camels, and relied on these animals for transportation, clothing, and food, and they benefited from horses in the same way they benefited from other livestock. In the Kazakh pavilion, visitors can enjoy the country’s popular dish, “beshbarmak”, prepared from boiled horse meat and served on a bed of Chinese noodles. Kazakhs value the healthy source of protein, as it makes people faster, stronger, weaker and smarter.
The hot and cold combination of cold beetroot soup served with spicy chips exceeds the expectations of visitors to the pavilion; A staple of Lithuanians in spring and summer, this spicy pink beetroot soup is packed with vitamins and an excellent hydrating opportunity.
Long Chem Restaurant
The fried and sticky cabbage sticks by David Thompson combine with spicy flavor and a smoky finish, making this dish more than just a side dish, but a meal in itself. In Thai, this dish is called “blazing red”, a name that literally reflects what happens when vegetables are cooked in a pan.
Knidelin are traditional Luxembourg buns usually served with bacon, but award-winning chef Kim Kevin de Dodd has recreated the dish using smoked duck breast instead of bacon. These soft waffles with butter are sold as hot buns.
Suite in Monaco
From inside the Monaco Pavilion, the Café de Paris de Monte Carlo offers a unique selection of dishes typical of Monaco and the Mediterranean region. Barbagioan, a pastry stuffed with chard and ricotta cheese, is well known as one of the Monaco classics that can be ordered inside or outside the café.
New Zealand Pavilion
The “Tiyaki” restaurant, which is located in the New Zealand pavilion, has achieved a good reputation as one of the most famous excellent restaurants on the Expo 2020 Dubai site. The restaurant also has a range of visibly healthy cold drinks, especially apple and fennel – a fruit that grows from the common evergreen fennel tree and is an excellent source of antioxidant vitamin C.
Visitors to the Norwegian pavilion can enjoy the Waffle Food Truck outdoor truck, which offers a selection of sweet and savory Norwegian waffles, including NY Deli and Dragon Breath. The latter comes stuffed with sweet and spicy beef, fresh crunchy yellow peppers, romaine lettuce and green onions on a bed of sour cream, with a choice of whole organic buckwheat or gluten-free waffles.
The Portuguese pavilion includes the restaurant “Lositano” by Chef Chacal, a restaurant with a balcony overlooking the concerts organized by the Jubilee Park. Through the unique geography and culture that characterizes this country. The appetizer menu includes specials created to be shared, including Portuguese sausage balls made with meat, cheese, herbs and bread crumbs, a particularly popular type.
For seafood lovers, the restaurant inside the Republic of Korea pavilion serves hemul sudobo (tofu in a hot pot), which is a meal of soft tofu, eggs, crustaceans and chili oil with authentic steamed Korean ingredients and well seasoned.
Visitors to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia pavilion can learn about Saudi cuisine options and eat authentic Saudi cuisine, which includes items from all over the region, including camel meat, at the “Sard” café located inside the pavilion. There is also what is known as “hashi al-mashi”, a camel pie rubbed with Saudi coffee and a local almond and sesame sauce served inside southern whole wheat bread, and is a modern recipe of Saudi cuisine.
In the Swedish pavilion, visitors can enjoy delicious food specially prepared for kings and queens, as the king of Swedish caviar “Colex Legrum” was imported from Sweden to Dubai specifically for use at Expo 2020 Dubai. It can be enjoyed on its own or placed in a toaster in the Tree Top Lounge, located inside the suite. Valuable delicacies are usually served during elite ceremonies such as noble banquets and royal weddings.
At the Switzerland Pavilion rooftop restaurant, beef has been replaced with chicken in the traditional Swiss dish known as zürcher geschnitzelts (cut meat in Zurich). Packed with a creamy sauce of mushrooms and rusty potatoes, this dish is a great option for winter. This dish can be found in the menu called “One Roastie in Dubai”.