The Dubai Food Festival (DFC), the name of the award-winning “Hidden Jewels of Dubai” award, was announced at a special event held yesterday in “Swyp Beach Canteen” in partnership with Zomato. A total of 40 restaurants in Dubai were listed in the short list of restaurants nominated for the title, with 10 winning restaurants selected by Abdulla Al Amiri, Director of Promotions and Drawings at Dubai Festival and Retail Corporation of “Dubai Tourism”.
The restaurant sector in Dubai is diverse and reflects the diverse cultures of the local community. These restaurants have gained popularity, offering a variety of cuisine at competitive prices. On this occasion, the public will have the opportunity to experience meals from two main courses for only AED 35 per person in the 10 winning restaurants until the end of the festival period on 9 March 2019.
Winners of the title of “Hidden jewels of Dubai” is Dubai Food Festival 2019:
A restaurant specializing in Thai and vegetarian cuisine, located in Jumeirah Village 2, serves delicious Asian dishes.
Mavalli Tiffin Rooms
The Mafalli Tefen Roms Restaurant is famous for its gastronomic cuisine throughout the southern Indian subcontinent, and is ideal for breakfast over the weekend or enjoying lunch during the working break at its location in Karama.
House of Mundi
This restaurant specializes in serving a dish of dumplings and buffets, authentic Emirati and Arabian dishes including meat, chicken and seafood. The restaurant branch in Al Barsha is the most suitable for large groups and families.
The Lebanese restaurant at its Dubai Motor City serves the most famous Lebanese dishes.
Cafe del Cielo
Located in Dubai’s Mankhool area, this restaurant is ideal for savouring delicious food from China, India and Bangladesh.
Located in Jumeirah Lakes Towers, this restaurant serves Pakistani and Filipino dishes inspired by the original cuisine of both countries.
Sai Dham Vegetarian Restaurant
The ideal destination for lovers of vegetarian dishes, where many options and flavours and mostly of Chinese and Indian in the Oud Metha area.
Inspired by Asian street cuisine, this restaurant, based in central Dubai, serves dishes from Thailand, China, Singapore, Vietnam and Indonesia.
The Desai Circle
From the heart of the Karama district, The Desai Circle restaurant carries a variety of Indian street cuisine to the city.
The restaurant is located in the Hudaiba district, where Indian cuisine is inspired by the culture of the Mughal and unique modern touch.