Inspired by the Gulf countries, it sheds light on the cultures of the region and its way of blending international cuisines

Expo Dubai unveils "Flavours of the Future" hall


Expo 2020 Dubai presents a new dining experience through the "Flavours of the Future" hall, inspired by the Arabian Gulf region, which highlights the cultures of the region and its unique style of blending and presenting international cuisines.

In a statement yesterday, the exhibition stated that the food court highlights the diversity and creativity of the ever-evolving food scene in the Gulf region, and is a celebration of the wonderful flavors and talents that have arisen in the Gulf countries.

The ground floor of the hall houses rotating cooking groups, featuring different chefs and restaurants, highlighting the diversity of tastes in each of the Gulf countries, including creations from the UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Saudi Arabia.

The first floor also includes a luxury, full-service restaurant that hosts a chef's table and live cooking shows.

The walls of the hall provide a space for artists from the Gulf region to display their artwork.

"One of the best ways to discover a country is to taste its food, and at (Expo 2020), visitors will be able to experience cuisines from around the world without leaving the UAE," said Jalal Abdullatif, Director of Food and Beverage Department at Expo 2020 Dubai.

The hall team includes the Egyptian-Omani chef Nader Al-Esry, who resides in the UAE, and the Lebanese, Mohamed Negm; Kuwaiti Khaled Al-Bakr, creator of the “Meem Café” and “Roto” concepts; Hatem Matar, founder of The Matar Farm (Matar Farm), and Duha Abdullah Al-Otaishan, the first executive chef in Saudi Arabia; pastry chef Carmen Rueda, based in the UAE known for her unique approach to pastry; Adnan Yamani, a restaurant owner in Saudi Arabia and a participant in the Arabic version of Top Chef; Emirati Musabih Al Kaabi, a famous Dubai arbitrator known for his modern style of Emirati cooking; And the Turkish chef with innovative concepts, Zulfikar Gambaz, who recently opened Baba Restaurant, which focuses on Ottoman cuisine; John Favre Fonseca, Head Chef, Le Royal Meridien Abu Dhabi; Jay Williams, 2020 Middle East Hotel Executive Chef of the Year Award; And Bahraini Roya Saleh.

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