Enticing ice cream treats from across the globe set to thrill foodies during Abu Dhabi Shopping & Dining Season

'Summer of Ice Cream' initiative to feature local and international brands including the UK's DYCE, at all-new, purpose-built Ice Cream Lab at Yas Mall

Enticing ice cream treats from across the globe set to thrill foodies during Abu Dhabi Shopping Dining Season

Programme to also feature specially curated ice-cream menus across the city  

Abu Dhabi: With temperatures continuing to climb, Abu Dhabi Culinary, the dining arm of the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi), has unveiled an exciting line up of ice-cream themed initiatives to keep residents cool throughout summer.

Running until 31st August as part of the wider Abu Dhabi Shopping & Dining Season, Abu Dhabi Culinary’s ‘Summer of Ice Cream’ activations include international and local brands conducting limited-time residencies at Yas Mall’s purpose-built Ice Cream Lab.

With a range of ice-creams flavours available, UK-founded DYCE, the modern and electric ice cream house, will be displaying Insta-worthy frozen treats at the Ice Cream Lab between 5– 18 August, with local brand Parlour Boutique scooping up French flair and panache from 6 – 12 August. Way Up, the specialty café, and Soil Store, the leading organic food store, will take-over from 13 – 26 August and 20 – 31 August, respectively.

Additionally, foodies can beat the heat with a myriad of specially curated frozen menus across 29 participating stores throughout the city. In partnership with The Huntr, the UAE’s Mirzam Chocolate Makers will debut its decadent Iced Eton Mess, while M’OISHI has launched four exclusive ice-cream cups with live tasting sessions where guests guess flavours to win prizes.

For more information around Abu Dhabi Culinary Initiatives or the wider Abu Dhabi Shopping & Dining Season campaign, visit: https://abudhabiculinary.ae/ or follow AbuDhabiCulinary on Instagram.


About the Department of Culture and Tourism - Abu Dhabi:

The Department of Culture and Tourism conserves and promotes the heritage and culture of Abu Dhabi emirate and leverages them in the development of a world-class, sustainable destination of distinction, which enriches the lives of visitors and residents alike. The organisation manages the emirate’s tourism sector and markets the destination internationally through a wide range of activities aimed at attracting visitors and investment. Its policies, plans and programmes relate to the preservation of heritage and culture, including protecting archaeological and historical sites and to developing museums, including Zayed National Museum, Guggenheim Abu Dhabi, and Louvre Abu Dhabi. DCT Abu Dhabi supports intellectual and artistic activities and cultural events to nurture a rich cultural environment and honour the emirate’s heritage. A key role is to create synergy in the destination’s development through close co-ordination with its wide-ranging stakeholder base.

About Abu Dhabi Culinary

Abu Dhabi Culinary was conceived by the Department of Culture and Tourism – Abu Dhabi (DCT Abu Dhabi) to shine the spotlight on Abu Dhabi as a global dining destination home to a geographically-expansive and culturally-unique culinary landscape.

The department highlights the globetrotting array of world-class culinary talent championing Abu Dhabi’s eclectic F&B portfolio throughout events like Chef’s Table, Food Forward and Nomad Dining, amongst others. With a diverse bill of signature dining experiences and interactive diners lined up for the 2021 programme with stringent safety measures deployed across the emirate.

As part of DCT Abu Dhabi’s mission to continue evolving the emirate’s hospitality ecosystem, Abu Dhabi Culinary has built and continues to develop a year-round F&B programme to increase the destination’s appeal to domestic residents and visitors. Mirroring the emirate’s wider convergence of traditional Arabian influences and cosmopolitan modernity, Abu Dhabi Culinary spans a programme of signature food-inspired seasons, food-themed campaigns, and smaller community-based events, delivering inspirational F&B moments across the emirate’s annual events calendar to optimise momentum for the recurring annual six-week festival, Abu Dhabi Culinary Season, which will return in Q4 of 2021.

About Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers

Conrad Abu Dhabi Etihad Towers features 576 guest rooms, suites and residences, a spa with 13 treatment rooms, private beach, three swimming pools, 74th floor observation deck, conference and event facilities comprising more than 10,000 sq ft of space and 12 F&B outlets including its new dining concept Le Petit Chef in collaboration with Abu Dhabi Culinary.

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