Expo 2020 introduces Rising Flavours dining hall

The three-storey dining hall will highlight the range of the Gulf region’s food scene

  
One month from today, the UAE will proudly host Expo 2020 Dubai, one of the world's largest cultural events. Delivered under the guidance of my brother Mohammed bin Rashid, the event builds upon our nation’s longstanding history as a facilitator of cultural dialogue & exchange. Image courtesy Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed's official Twitter handle. Image used for illustrative purpose.

One month from today, the UAE will proudly host Expo 2020 Dubai, one of the world's largest cultural events. Delivered under the guidance of my brother Mohammed bin Rashid, the event builds upon our nation’s longstanding history as a facilitator of cultural dialogue & exchange. Image courtesy Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed's official Twitter handle. Image used for illustrative purpose.

Expo 2020 Dubai is set to serve up a new culinary experience for visitors with the Rising Flavours Food Hall, shining a light on the GCC’s cultures and cuisines.
 
The three-storey dining hall will highlight the range of the Gulf region’s food scene.
 
Conceived by the GCC's industry figureheads, the ground floor will house a rotating line-up of culinary pods, featuring chefs and restaurants that demonstrate the gastronomic variety of concepts from the UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Saudi Arabia.
 
Food and Beverage Director Galal Abdellatif said: “One of the best ways to discover a country is by sampling its cuisine, and at Expo 2020, visitors will be able to able to eat their way around the world without leaving the UAE.
 
"The GCC countries are presenting exciting and innovative concepts, allowing guests to taste what their countries have to offer and learn more about Middle Eastern cultures.”
 
The first-floor is a licenced, full-service fine-dining restaurant that hosts a chef’s table and a cooking show. Diners can expect to savour dishes such as ahi tuna; red snapper tagine, zucchini and saffron risotto; oven baked filo pastry ?lled with beef, mushrooms and tomatoes served with yoghurt sauce, and shrimp and piquillo pepper croquettes and parsley aioli.
 
The hall’s walls will serve as a space where GCC artists can showcase their artworks, while diners will be serenaded by live performances from regional talent, featuring traditional and modern sounds as well as guest DJ mixes.-TradeArabia News Service

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