Speed Cooking Challenge

Win 5000 dirhams in the Speed Cooking Challenge!

Do you think you have the skills to cook up a storm in a very short time? Then here’s some food for thought.

Dubai Eye 103.8 is partnering with City Walk for a unique challenge that could win you 5000 dirhams. You will be joining Dubai’s largest speed cooking competition taking place at City Walk on 13 March. All you have to do is sign up here and we’ll get you a spot.

SIGN UP NOW!

  • This Dubai Food Festival, City Walk, the open-air lifestyle destination by Meraas, is set to serenade foodies with cook-offs, food trucks, live entertainment and much more from 11 to 14 March.
  • Spend a day at the Boulevard Market, where Happiness Street (previously known as Al Mustaqbal street) will be cordoned off to enable City Walk’s best restaurants to set up stalls serving their signature dishes. Enjoy a selection of bites from food stalls set up by Urth caffe, Nar, Bareburger, L’Antica Pizzera de Michel, Sapori, Mitts and Trays, Clinton St. bakery, Enab, Walnut grove, L’occitane café and Mousse Au Chocolat.
  • Drop in at these City Walk restaurants and outlets who will treat visitors to exclusive promotions throughout DFF (27 Feb – 14 Mar)

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