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Dubai puts its luxurious imprint on the culinary arts.. with international certificates

This year, Dubai has established itself as the culinary capital of the region, with a number of its leading destinations gaining a series of world-famous ratings, putting the emirate in strong competition against international food destinations, such as London, Paris and Tokyo.

The famous “Michelin” guide recently launched its version of Dubai restaurants, highlighting the international and diverse food scene that the city embraces. From Dubai, she has made her mark on the city’s leading dining scene.

Ahmed Al Khaja, Executive Director of the Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment, said: “Another distinguished year for Dubai, since we launched the first edition of the Dubai Food Festival, we are witnessing the growth of the food and hospitality sector year after year, while we continue to make all efforts and provide full support. For the pioneers of culinary arts in the city, who were able to expand their professional reputation beyond the borders of the Emirates, and permanently occupy distinguished positions on the lists of (best) restaurants in the world. And congratulations to all the chefs, managers and catering experts who have always made Dubai a world-class destination.”

He added: “We are proud to be part of this wonderful city that elevates various concepts and business sectors to a prestigious global position, especially with its possession of a series of innovative and pioneering restaurants that allow all food lovers from around the world to try its delicious and diverse dishes throughout the year, and these restaurants were able to expand Its business is on an international scale, which has contributed to increasing global interest in the city more and more.”

The restaurants included in the “Michelin” Dubai guide for this year include 20 restaurants partnering with the Dubai Food Festival, five of which won the “Pep Gourmand” award, and two restaurants managed to win “one Michelin star”, while another restaurant won a “Michelin green star”. In total, Dubai restaurants managed this year to elevate the food scene that characterizes the city, with two restaurants receiving “two Michelin stars”, and nine restaurants receiving “one star”, while 14 restaurants won the “Pep Gourmand” award.

Dubai also witnessed this year the inclusion of two partner restaurants of the Dubai Food Festival, in the expanded list of the 50 best restaurants in the world for 2022, and the reservations of “Tresend Studio” and “Orfly Bros” restaurant distinguished positions in the list, which includes the most prominent dining destinations. food globally. Regionally, Dubai continued to consolidate its leadership in the food and hospitality sector with the inclusion of 16 restaurants in the city in the list of the 50 best restaurants in the Middle East and North Africa, with six restaurants occupying positions in the top 10, including the first.

The factor of creativity and innovation is one of the most important trends adopted by the world’s leading cities in the field of culinary arts, as it contributed to placing its permanent imprint on the food scene, which is witnessing rapid growth, and with the increase in Dubai’s global reputation as a distinctive destination for food lovers around the world, the future of the city in the field of culinary arts It looks bright in the short and medium term, as the emirate will see more talented chefs, international brands and key industry stakeholders launch their own businesses, cementing Dubai’s position as the culinary capital of the Middle East.


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The French restaurant guide (Gault & Millau), which specializes in food criticism, published its first edition in the UAE earlier this year, which in turn highlighted some of the restaurants, chefs and dishes in Dubai, along with the latest news on its fine dining scene. Which confirms the prestigious position of the city in the food and hospitality sector.

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A restaurant in the city joins the list of the 50 best restaurants in the Middle East and North Africa.

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A partner restaurant for the Dubai Food Festival, she starred in the “Michelin” guide to Dubai restaurants.

Two of the Dubai Food Festival partner restaurants were included in the expanded list of the 50 best restaurants in the world this year.

Ahmed Al Khaja:

“We are proud to be part of a wonderful city that elevates various business concepts and sectors to a prestigious international position, especially with its ownership of a series of innovative and pioneering restaurants.”

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