Nobu and Bread Street Kitchen by Gordon Ramsay have been confirmed as the latest to join Taste of Dubai, which takes place as part of Dubai Food Festival from 10 – 12 March 2016.
Gordon Ramsay’s fourth Bread Street Kitchen opened its doors at Atlantis, The Palm last year, and offers a British European menu.
Nobu, a celebrity favourite and known for its contemporary Japanese cuisine with Arabian influences, was this year announced winner of Taste of Dubai’s visitor survey choice award.
The restaurants will serve up some of their most popular dishes at Taste of Dubai.
“With these new restaurants such as Bread Street Kitchen, Nobu, The Croft, Catch and Bistro des Arts confirmed, this year’s event boasts one of the highest calibre line-ups ever seen at Taste of Dubai,” said Chris Fountain, managing director of Turret Middle East.
“This, in hand with the many Michelin Starred chefs and world-class entertainment features confirmed, is a true testament to the importance of this event to Dubai’s culinary scene and events calendar. We can’t wait to welcome thousands of guests for another unforgettable Taste experience.”
The restaurant line up for this year’s Taste of Dubai is: Sonamu, The Gramercy, Carnival by Tresind, Gaucho, Royal Orchid, Aseelah, Café Rouge, Fratelli La Bufala, Atisuto, A new concept by Bull and Roo, Catch, Giggle and Spice, Bistro Des Arts, The Croft, Vesna, Eataly, Vivaldi By Alfredo Russo, Nobu and Bread Street Kitchen.
Now in its ninth year, Taste of Dubai is part of Dubai Food Festival, a 17-day line-up of events, activities, celebrity chefs and promotions across Dubai from 25 February – 12 March.