Ramadan Street Food Festival in Dubai Starts at AED 1

  • Publish date: Sunday، 09 April 2023
Ramadan Street Food Festival in Dubai Starts at AED 1

A new food festival in Dubai is currently underway, inviting foodies to experience the city's diverse street food scene.

The festival features 55 restaurants in Karama's Sheikh Hamdan Colony, offering set menus and meal deals for Iftar and Suhoor until April 9.

The event celebrates Dubai's rich culture and heritage through its diverse street food scene, giving visitors a taste of the city's traditional flavors and delicacies.

The festival is set against a vibrant backdrop of colorful Ramadan lights, with illuminated buildings, streets, cafes, and restaurants to create a festive atmosphere.

Dubai's authentic street food scene has drawn in thousands of residents, including families and groups of bachelors from different nationalities. Indian street food, in particular, has been a popular choice among visitors.

Restaurants in the festival are open until 4 am, allowing those who want to experience the authentic cuisine for suhoor to indulge until the early hours of the morning.

The street food festival offers more than just food, with plenty of activities for children and families to enjoy.

Due to the massive surge in business and overall positive atmosphere, many vendors hope the authorities will extend the street food festival until the end of Ramadan.

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