Expo 2020 presents the most inspiring flavors
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Inayat-Ur-Rahman, Company editor
Expo 2020 Dubai offers a new culinary experience for visitors, with the Rising Flavors Food Hall, inspired by GCC countries, highlighting the cultures of the region and a unique approach to international cuisines.
The three-story dining room showcases the range and creativity of the vibrant and ever-changing Gulf region dining scene, and serves as a celebration of the incredible flavors and talent born or cultivated in the CCG.
Designed by industry leading figures in the region, the ground floor houses a range of regularly rotating food capsules, featuring chefs and restaurants that demonstrate the gastronomic variety of each GCC country, including including concepts from United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman and Saudi Arabia.
The cast includes celebrity chef Douha Abdullah Al Otaishan, Saudi Arabia’s first female executive chef; UAE-based pastry chef Carmen Rueda known for her unique approach to baking; Bahraini restaurateur Roaya Saleh, celebrated for Villa Mamas, one of Manama’s most recognized restaurants; famous Omani chef Nader Al Aisari; Qatari-based Lebanese chef Mohamad Najem; Kuwaiti Khaled Al Baker, creator of the Meem CafÃ© and Roto concepts; Hattem Mattar, the first pitmaster in the Arab world; Emirati Musabbeh Al Kaabi, a famous judge from Dubai known for his modern approach to Emirati cuisine; Turkish chef and concept designer Zulfikar Cambaz, chef at BABA, Westin Mina Seyahi, a restaurant focused on Ottoman cuisine; Jhon Faver, chef at El Sur, Spanish restaurant at Westin Mina Seyahi; and Jay Williams, winner of the Hotelier Middle East Executive Chef of the Year 2020 award.
Galal Abdellatif, Food and Beverage Director, Expo 2020 Dubai, said: Leave the United Arab Emirates. The GCC countries present exciting and innovative concepts, allowing guests to taste what their countries have to offer and learn more about the cultures of the Middle East. The First Floor Restaurant is a full service licensed fine dining restaurant that hosts a chef’s table and a theatrical cooking show. Diners can expect to savor dishes to savor dishes such as ahi tuna; snapper tagine, zucchini and saffron risotto; Baked filo pastry stuffed with beef, mushrooms and tomatoes served with yogurt sauce, and shrimp and piquillo pepper croquettes and parsley aioli.
The walls of the hall serve as a space where CCG artists can present their works, while diners will be lulled by live performances by regional talent, featuring traditional and modern Gulf sounds as well as DJ mixes. guests.
Expo 2020 invited countries from around the world to showcase their national dishes, giving visitors the chance to sample traditional and specialty dishes from around the world, with over 200 food and drink outlets serving over 50 kitchens on site.
From October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022, Expo 2020 Dubai will welcome visitors from all over the world to participate in the creation of a new world, as it brings the planet together in one place to reimagine tomorrow. With the aim of ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’, Expo 2020 will be the world’s most impactful global incubator for new ideas, catalyzing an exchange of new perspectives and inspiring action to deliver real solutions to people. real world challenges
Expo 2020 will be the world’s largest cultural gathering, showcasing 182 visually striking and emotionally inspiring days, as more than 200 attendees – including nations, multilateral organizations, businesses and educational institutions, along with millions of visitors – create the largest and most diverse World’s Fair of all time.
The Expo 2020 sub-themes, Opportunities, Mobility and Sustainable Development, will inspire visitors to preserve and protect our planet, explore new frontiers and build a better future for all.
For six months, Expo 2020 will be a must-see family destination, with thousands of events, incredible exploratory experiences and free entry for children up to 18 years old.
The Expo is committed to building a more equitable and just world for all, while ensuring the safety of visitors by following the latest guidelines from the world’s leading experts in medicine, science and health.
Expo 2020 is the first World Expo to be held in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia (MEASA) region, located on a 4.38 kmÂ² site adjacent to the international airport Al Maktoum of South Dubai.
Built with a meaningful and measurable long-term legacy, the Expo site will transform into District 2020 – a model global community that will rethink the cities of the future – after Expo 2020 closes.
In 1851, the Crystal Palace was the centerpiece of the London World’s Fair, the first World’s Fair. It celebrated the man-made industrial wonders of a rapidly changing world. The architecture, content and a theme, âIndustry of All Nationsâ, have been combined to create a great idea of âânations meeting nations in shared technological and commercial advancement. In recent years, World’s Fair participants, including governments, international organizations and businesses, have come together to find solutions to universal challenges and promote their achievements, products, ideas, innovations, national brand and nations in as tourist destinations, trade and investment.
World Expos are organized under the auspices of the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE), the intergovernmental organization responsible for supervising and regulating international exhibitions (âExposâ) and promoting their core values ââof education, innovation and promotion. cooperation. Today, four types of exhibitions are organized under the auspices of the BIE: universal exhibitions, specialized exhibitions, horticultural exhibitions and the Milan Triennale.