India’s culinary traditions abound in celebratory dishes and desserts across the Expo 2020 Dubai site, as the festival of lights is marked in
style next week.
A heady mix of aniseed, cardamom,
cumin, fenugreek and saffron can be found in Expo’s diverse array of Indian
restaurants, from high-end Indian dining courtesy of Rohit Ghai, to
Diwali-themed baking classes at Bread Ahead Bakery, and a delightful sweet and
savoury menu at Farrago.
2020 Club by Emaar presents an
exclusive Diwali dinner, with five contemporary cuisines to choose from. The
restaurant’s farm-to-table concept features scores of organic and local
ingredients in line with Expo 2020’s sustainability ethos.
Expo 2020 is celebrating Diwali
across a variety of vibrant events, including a showcase of the
country’s art, culture, cinema and cuisine at the India Pavilion; a Diwali
edition of music festival Late Nights at Expo; and a stunning, specially curated
360-degree illumination projection show at Al Wasl Plaza.