World’s 50 Best Restaurants MENA in Abu Dhabi: The world’s best chefs will travel to Abu Dhabi from February 4-8 for the inaugural 50 Best Chefs Awards Ceremony and a host of culinary events.

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The MENA 50 Best Restaurants competition, sponsored by S.Pellegrino & Acqua Panna, will be held for the first time next month. In addition to the highly anticipated awards ceremony, 50 Best is also hosting a series of exciting events open to the public. 7

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More than just a list of places to try, the list also reveals the year’s best culinary destinations. Noma in Copenhagen, Denmark, was named the world’s best restaurant for 2021. Its founder, René Redzepi, is one of the trendiest chefs in the culinary world.

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The event will be held in the UAE capital from February 4-8 in partnership with the Abu Dhabi Ministry of Culture and Tourism, with the awards ceremony on Monday, February 7. The inaugural list of the 50 best restaurants in the Middle East and North Africa will be announced live during the countdown, with a series of special awards available before the highly anticipated announcement of the best restaurants in the Middle East. East and North Africa 2022. The rankings will reflect the best dining experiences of 250 voters made up of anonymous restaurant experts from 19 countries. A ranking will then be revealed.

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The awards eve will feature a series of events, including unique culinary experiences, chef masterclasses from the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list, a series of dinners and a Top 50 Think Tank: #50BestTalks, which will bring together some of the world’s most celebrated chefs from across the Middle East. Foodies from the MENA region will have the opportunity to learn, experience and taste dishes prepared by world-renowned culinary personalities.

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Starting Friday, February 4, 50 Best will bring its masterclass to the Middle East for the first time. Berlin’s Tim Raue, ranked 31st in the world’s 50 Best Restaurants 2021, will show guests how to prepare his mustard langoustine and sanghachi and share some of his best cooking secrets. tips and tricks. Pia León, from Lima, Peru, who was recently named the World’s Best Female Chef 2021, will present thes products in an immersive culinary experience that will bring the biodiversity of Peru to Abu Dhabi. Will Goldfarb of Room 4 Dessert in Bali, who holds the title of World’s Best Pastry Chef for 2021, will reveal the secrets of three desserts in a masterclass, each marking a milestone in his career. The price of each master class is 95 euros. Consumers can also choose to purchase tickets for three masterclasses at the exclusive price of 180 euros.

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One of the two ultra-exclusive culinary events will take place in Abu Dhabi on Saturday, February 5. On this occasion, guests will fly to the pristine island of Nurai by private boat to experience the revolutionary Peruvian cuisine created by Pialeón in a fully immersive island paradise. The second experiential culinary event will take place on Tuesday, February 8, with Dave Pynt, grill guru at Singapore’s Burnt Ends (ranked 34th on the 2021 list of the world’s 50 best restaurants that crowned noma), in Abu Dhabi. Land for dinner and share some of the best barbecue treats at Al Qasr BBQ. Pynt will present a spectacular immersive culinary experience, featuring food and barbecue fires.

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A series of collaborative dinners will also be offered to consumers, starting February 4 at Rosewood Abu Dhabi with Tim Raue in partnership with Cantonese restaurant Dai Pai Dong, followed by French chef Julien Royer from Singaporean restaurant Odette Asia. One of the 50 Best Restaurants, tied with LPM Restaurants on February 6. The series will conclude on Feb. 8 with Asia’s Best Pastry Chef 2021, Natsuko Shoji, creating a four-handed menu with chef Yosuke Matsuoka of Tori No Su, a Japanese fusion restaurant at Etihad Towers in Abu Dhabi. More information on the collaborative dining series awards will be provided in due course.

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50 Best’s thought leadership forum, #50BestTalks MENA: United Through Food will also be open to the public. An interactive afternoon of live interviews, presentations and open discussions with food legends from the MENA region and around the world, the event will explore the power of food and how it unites cultures in the Middle East, East and North Africa and beyond. #50BestTalks will take place on Saturday, February 5, and consumers can purchase tickets for €35. For more information on all of the above events, visit the 50 Best website, including how to book tickets here In announcing the first awards to launch the inaugural MENA 50 Best Awards, Tala Bashmi, often considered the face of modern Bahraini cuisine, recently received the first Middle East and North Africa Best Female Chef Award for herself. Committed to providing unforgettable culinary experiences, the list of winners will be revealed at that time.

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Last year, some of the best new restaurants were

The Barcelona address Disfrutar, run by chefs Oriol Castro, Eduard Xatruch and Mateu Casañas, finished in fifth place, the Pavillon Ledoyen

and its chef Yannick Alléno in 23rd place… Not to mention : Geranium (Copenhagen, Denmark) and Asador Etxebarri (Atxondo, Spain)…

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Other awards announced ahead of the inaugural event and the unveiling of the MENA’s 50 best restaurants for 2022 include the One To Watch Awards, which celebrates emerging talent on January 25

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