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    Things are heating up with Expo Eats Awards, Restaurant Week and BBQ Festival

    Embark on an eclectic culinary journey with Expo Restaurant Week, a smoking hot BBQ Festival, and vote for your top choices with the Expo Eats Awards.
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    The Expo Eats Awards

    Now that you’ve eaten your way across the world, you can rate the plates and vote for your favourite dining experiences.

    With just 36 days to go, it’s now or never to experience some of the best gastronomical experiences the world has to offer, and to get involved in the decision process to determine the best food and beverage outlets that Expo 2020 has on offer.

    To get involved, all you need to do is click here to cast your vote in five categories, with the different categories listed below:

    Favourite Fine Dining Restaurant
    Favourite Casual Dining Restaurant
    Favourite Local Gem
    Favourite Sweet Treats Restaurant
    Favourite Fast Food Restaurant

    Expo Restaurant Week

    Having already developed a reputation for being a global gastro extravaganza, the Expo 2020 Dubai Food Festival is now in full swing, with 40 days full of fantastic foodie offers to suit all palates and ages.

    Until 27 February, diners can enjoy exceptionally-priced, once-in-a-lifetime dining experiences at some of Expo 2020 Dubai’s most popular restaurants with breakfast menus starting at AED 60, lunch menus from AED 95 and three-course dinners at AED 250.

    The full list of participating restaurants can be found at Eat App. Visitors will receive a free Expo 2020 Dubai ticket when dining at one of the Restaurant Week outlets and booking through Eat App 48 hours in advance.

    BBQ Festival

    Let your nose guide you to the incredible aromas filling Festival Garden with the BBQ Festival taking place until 6 March. Providing the perfect opportunity to tuck into finger-licking-good food, the festival covers all preferences, with vegan options too.

    Visitors can check out food stands from world-class chefs, including Chef Coco from Alkebulan The African Dining Hall, who will be serving a sizzling BBQ menu. For a traditional Texas BBQ, Hill Country BBQ are serving their famous dry rubbed meats, Local Fire by The Mattar Farms are crafting their signature sandwiches, and the Just Vegan Truck showcases the power of plant-based foods. Homegrown restaurant Mangrove Philippines Cuisine is curating an authentic Filipino BBQ menu, while at BBQ Shack diners can load up their perfectly-grilled burger with a range of toppings.

    More information can be found at BBQFestival at Festival Garden