7 Food Pop-Ups In Dubai You Must Try Before They End!

Dubai’s culinary scene is on fire right now, and if you’re a food enthusiast, you’re in for a treat. Here’s a lowdown on the top must-visit pop-ups that will tantalise your taste buds and leave you craving for more. The best part is they are all over the city, so you don’t even need to venture far and wide to get a taste of the incredible flavours and enjoy the unique ambience of any of the pop-ups. Let’s dive straight into this list.

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1. Parker’s: Luxurious Beachside Dining At Jumeirah Beach Hotel

Mr. Parker has rolled into Jumeirah Beach Hotel, offering a beachside pop-up experience filled with luxury. From 8 am to 4 pm, reservations are a must, but from 5 pm to 11 pm, walk-ins are welcome. Indulge in a variety of classics, from finger foods to hearty mains, all while enjoying the sun, sand, and spectacular views of the Burj Al Arab. Visit their Instagram.

2. Salt Camp Japan: A Culinary Portal To The Far East

Embark on a gastronomic journey at Salt Camp’s 4th edition, taking inspiration from the mesmerizing culture of Japan. Nestled in the Museum of the Future, this pop-up promises epic anime, local cheeseburgers, and the warmth of a takibi (bonfire) experience. Let camels lead you through this enchanting landscape, showcasing the beauty of Japan’s farthest corners. Visit their Instagram.

3. PHAT: Asian Street Food Extravaganza At Alserkal Avenue

PHAT, the limited-time Asian street food pop-up, has set up shop in Alserkal Avenue. Beyond its cool-as-a-cat ambience and vibrant orange branding, PHAT offers a menu that steals the spotlight. Indulge in miso udon carbonara and the delightful crack pie with Hokkaido soft serve. With street-side seating, you can savour the bold and delicious flavours in a casual setting. Visit their Instagram.

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4. Le Guépard: French Brasserie With A Pop-Up Twist

While Le Guépard is a permanent French brasserie, its exclusive space at the back transforms into a haven for foodie pop-ups at 57 Alserkal Avenue. With a unique look every time, this spot hosts collaborations with big and small names, promising exclusive culinary experiences. Stay tuned to their socials for the latest updates on ongoing pop-ups, such as their recent Italian eatery Monno takeover and Don Bueno’s truck serving a taste of Colombia. Visit their Instagram.

5. Sadeem: A Desert Oasis In Al Marmoom

Experience the rustic charm and escape the cityscape at Sadeem, a desert pop-up located near Al Qudra Lakes. Sheikh Mohammed himself certified this stunning spot, making it a must-visit this winter. Marvel at the dunes while relishing bites like Frostie cereal soft serve, spicy tuna panini, or the exquisite rose and pistachio baklava cake. Visit their Instagram.

6. One Degree Cafe Winter Pop-Up: A Traditional Arabian Oasis

For a more traditional Arabian experience, head to the One Degree Cafe Winter Pop-Up. Nestled in Margham, Dubai, this hidden gem boasts camels, Bedouin tents, traditional music, tanoora, and fire shows. A 40-minute drive from Downtown Dubai, it’s the perfect city escape, offering an authentic Arabian ambience. Visit their Instagram.

So, what are you waiting for? Pack your appetite and set off on this delicious gastronomic adventure throughout Dubai!

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