Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Radisson Blu's 'Taste My UAE' returns with over 30 restaurants

Celebrating the growth of the UAE as a foodie destination and its cosmopolitan dining scene, Radisson Blu’s Taste My UAE food festival is back after a highly successful launch last year.

The three-month celebration of food and culture started at the beginning of September and features over 30 top notch restaurants from Radisson Blu hotels across the UAE, all offering a 25 per cent discount throughout the festival.

The list includes resident favourites such as Belgian Cafe Yas Island, Certo, newly renovated The Fish Market and the award-winning Emirati restaurant, Aseelah. This year will see some exciting additions to Taste my UAE and during the festival we will see some hot new restaurant openings from Radisson Blu: Fire Lake Grill House & Cocktail Bar, an American venue with vistas of the Burj Khalifa and Dubai Canal at the Radisson Blu Dubai Waterfront; and Filini Italian Bar & Restaurant in Ajman, a dining concept created by celebrated restaurateur, the late Roy Ackerman.

In addition to the 25 per cent discount across all outlets, for every Dh100 ($27.2) spent at a participating outlet, guests qualify for a chance to win a trip to Marakkech. Both the discount and competition are valid from September 1 to November 30, Guests can benefit from this fantastic offer, by registering online at

Mark Willis, area senior vice president Middle East,Turkey and Africa, The Rezidor Hotel Group said: ”The UAE is one of the most culturally diverse destinations in the world, and Dubai is certainly becoming one of the world’s top cities for food. There is clearly a great opportunity to further develop ’culinary tourism’ through the wonderful variety of global cuisine on offer. Taste My UAE is Radisson Blu’s contribution to help this growing niche and we are confident it will attract both UAE residents and international guests who are in pursuit of unique and memorable dining experiences”

Chef Uwe Micheel, president, Emirates Culinary Guild and director of kitchens, Radisson Blu Hotel Dubai Deira Creek adds, ”It is only right that we help promote the superb dining scene we have here by staying true to our promise of offering ”culturally creative cuisine” that cater to people of different palates and nationalities." - TradeArabia News Service

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