5 Best Restaurants Open In Expo City Dubai

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by Deeplata Garde
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An international food and drink culture take its roots in the Expo City Dubai 2022. Expo has always been home to some of the world’s most prestigious food and drink corners. With its phased debut six months after Expo finished, Dubai’s newest city hopes to draw visitors, residents, and office professionals. So if you plan to roam around here soon, here’s a handful of restaurants to explore.

5 Restaurants Open In Expo City Dubai

1. WOFL

The waffles that WOFLs make are unique. It can serve as a filling snack or a dinner on its own. You can select from savoury or sweet WOFL sandwiches with a selection of mouthwatering toppings. They rigorously forbid the use of premixes and make their own from-scratch WOFL batters. Six months after the Expo concluded, the majority of toppings were made from fresh produce, including fruits, vegetables, and other raw ingredients.

Where: Opportunity District
Cost:AED 110

2. La Pâtisserie

 

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La Pâtisserie is a confectionary paradise. From light and crunchy croissants to slices of cake, everything is scrumptious. The aroma of brewing coffee from here spreads across the pavilions grabbing your attention.

Where: Sustainability District
Cost:AED 50

3. Tropicool

Tropicool focuses on serving fresh and organic products. Their acai bowls are something to indulge in. They donate their earnings towards the initiative of the Amazon rainforest.

Where:Al Forsan Park
Cost:AED 45

4. Al Baik At Expo City Dubai

With branches spreading like wildfire across the country, Al Baik is the ultimate fried chicken destination. Nonetheless, to say, Al Baik can provide you with a vast range of juicy fried chicken to get lost within.

 

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Where: Opportunity District
Cost:AED 55

Also Read: Dubai Expo City Will Offer These 8 Exciting Things After Its Launch

5. The Mattar Farm

The Mattar Farm Kitchen is a locally owned and operated smokehouse that specialises in homemade Texan-style barbecue meat (mainly brisket). They cook it slowly and expertly until it is delicate, melting, and delectable.

Where: Opportunity District
Cost:AED 185

So join the bandwagon and dip your fingers in some amazing cuisine these spots in Dubai expo city are offering.

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Author

  • An innovative damsel who lives in the moment is mostly found in a corner lost in the world of books. Deeplata Garde is all sass, a complete foodie but a fussy one, and wears her heart on her sleeve. Finding her solace around gushing shores she loves to immerse in sunsets on beaches.