13 touches of Emirates enrich the Dubai Food Festival

A host of local destinations and talents take part in the Dubai Food Festival, as the festival celebrates the Emirates’s most prominent restaurants that are popular with food lovers throughout the year.

Options available throughout Dubai include 13 of the most famous restaurants owned by Emirati chefs and managers.

The High Joint Restaurant is one of the prominent destinations at the “Made in Dubai” event, as an idea discussed by three friends from the Emirates in an informal session and then transformed into a successful local company that Hamad Al Awar enriched with ingredients and innovative ideas. made the restaurant – located in the Al Manara area – an ideal destination.For food lovers.

Once a gem hidden in the fishing port of Jumeirah, 3 Fils is now a prestigious destination on the list of the 50 best restaurants in the Middle East and North Africa.

3 Fils is the idea of ​​Emirati entrepreneurs Abdul Karim and Adnan Ali, in collaboration with Singapore-born chef Akmal Anwar, who contributes to creating all the special innovations in the restaurant.

And if you are looking for authentic Emirati dishes; Al Fanar restaurant is the perfect choice, as its atmosphere takes you to Dubai and the Emirates of the sixties of the last century. The main goal of the restaurant’s founder, Hashem Al Marzouqi, was to create a restaurant that represents a mini-museum for tourists and the younger generation who would come to learn about Emirati culture and learn more about it.

The Jalboot restaurant, founded by Omar Salem, is located near the beach and combines fresh seafood with the warmth of Dubai’s famous hospitality. The traditional decor of the Emirates gives the restaurant guests an intimate feeling like no other.

Emirates childhood friend Ahmed Al Hashemi and Briton Luke Selwood founded Bait Al Bahar, a luxury beachfront restaurant that includes a model corner and enjoys a lively and relaxed atmosphere at the same time. Enjoy stunning sea views while drinking fresh salads, sushi and much more at the restaurant.

Founded by Shaima Fawaz, “Gossip Café” is an elegant destination serving delicious cakes and pastries, as well as a variety of healthy and innovative dishes, as Shaima is keen to use organic ingredients whenever possible.

One of the creations of Emirati Ahmed Rashid and his Lebanese partner, Samer Al-Zayat, “Logma” is an integrated destination for rich Emirati and Gulf dishes, offering a wide variety of freshly baked Khameer bread and delicious Luqaimat for famous rice dishes. The unique ambiance in Logma adds more value to the experience with the sandy and warm colored decor and facades in the restaurant.

For his part, Emirati artist Rami Farouk founded the Maysan 15 restaurant, which is not only a dining destination offering a variety of dishes, but also includes an art gallery, a library and a garden where creatives gather to gather. meet and exchange inspiration and ideas.

Meanwhile, Mama Tani Café, owned by two brothers, Omar and Maitha Al Shamsi, specializes in the well-known Khmer Emirates dish.

Mamfari was founded by Rashid Belhoul and Saif Al Rumaithi, based on their shared passion for Asian cuisine.

“Eatery Manager” is an integrated destination created by Hind Bin Dhaher, led by a team passionate about healthy and nutritious dishes, and body health and well-being, and the restaurant is famous for dishes with high taste and value nutritious at the same time. You will live a wonderful experience with innovative dishes like bread with wild mushrooms and artichokes, salmon with chermoula sauce and wheat pancakes.

Amna Al Hashemi was known as the first woman from the Emirates to own her own restaurant and founded the restaurant “Mates and Trees”, which combines traditional and modern style to prepare luxurious dishes in a warm and intimate atmosphere.

As for “Salt Café”, which started from a burger truck that prepared delicious and tasty dishes on the beach, turned into a chain of restaurants and is a local brand that quickly became one of the favorite destinations in Dubai. Salt Café was founded by UAE Amal Al Marri and Saudi Diem Al Bassam, who wanted to leave a clear mark on Dubai’s food scene by offering irresistible wagyu meat dishes, chicken options and chips.

For her part, Sheikha Issa Lutfi worked to refine and refine her burger recipe in her kitchen, but opened her own restaurant “She Burger” after she became famous for preparing the most delicious hamburgers among friends and family. The restaurant started serving food only on request, but has become a popular destination thanks to the large turnout and encouraging comments.

The gourmet capital

The Dubai Food Festival reinforces the city’s position as the region’s culinary capital through a program of events, activities and promotions, as well as meeting some of the world’s most famous chefs. The festival enhances the spirit of diversity, creativity and multiculturalism that characterizes this sector in Dubai, from luxury five-star gourmet restaurants to restaurants that fit all budgets and are considered “hidden flowers”. Establishment Dubai Festivals and Retail is organizing this annual event, the ninth session of which will last until the 15th of this month.

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