You can now get a weekend pass for Taste of Abu Dhabi for under Dhs300

Enjoy all the entertainment and food for less

You can now get a weekend pass for Taste of Abu Dhabi for under Dhs300

As the weather cools more of us are venturing outdoors to enjoy the best of Abu Dhabi.

Plus with so many things to do, including ladies’ nights, brunches, outdoor restaurants and events, we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to how to spend our free time.

One of the best things to do in the winter months is grab a bite outdoors and that’s what a returning food festival is offering on Yas Island.

Taste of Abu Dhabi is back in Abu Dhai from November 7 to 9, and if you’re planning on going then you can get a great deal.

The Ultimate Taste Ticket package offers you the chance to visit all three days of the event, see all the live entertainment as well as four food vouchers and six drink vouchers for Dhs290.

So what’s going on at the festival?

Among the celebrity chefs attending this year are Masterchef host John Torode, Michelin-starred chef Jean Christophe Novelli, Kunal Kapoor and Eric Lanlard who will be making appearances and doing live cooking performances alongside some of the top chefs from Abu Dhabi.

Guests will also be able to try dishes from a range of Abu Dhabi restaurants including Dai Pai Dong, Butcher & Still, Sambusek, Roberto’s and Namak by Kunal Kapoor.

Providing some musical entertainment, legendary English reggae band UB40 and UK boyband super group BoyzLife will perform across the weekend.

Festival goers will also be able to get their hands dirty at the Big Baking Tent, sign up for cooking challenges, shop at the food pavilion and more.

Tickets to the event start from Dhs60 for standard tickets on Friday and Saturday and Dhs150 on Thursday.

For more information visit www.tasteabudhabi.com.
Dhs60 (day tickets Fri-Sat), Dhs150 (Thu), Dhs290 (three days). Nov 7-9. du Arena, Yas Island, www.tasteabudhabi.com.

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