Currently ranked No. 2 out of 107 activities in Dubai on Tripadvisor, Frying Pan Adventures presents visitors with “an undiscovered foodie side to Dubai”. Founded by Arva Ahmed, a resident of Old Dubai and avid food writer / blogger, a Frying Pan Adventure winds its way through Dubai’s most historic streets, exploring, tasting and savouring plates of rich ethnic culture that get served up in Dubai everyday.
The four-hour food walks cost AED 350.00 (€73.00) and are inclusive of meals or desserts across five to seven restaurants, and a knowledgeable tour guide, as well as a shuttle service between the Mall of the Emirates and the tour location. The group is usually no more than eight people.
The company would love the opportunity to work with travel agents and tour operators, who can reach them via www.fryingpanadventures.com
For additional information, see www.dubaiupdateuk.com/page23.html and www.timeoutdubai.com/restaurants/features/40225-street-food-in-deira
Dubai Food Guide
And don’t forget that Dubai Tourism’s Foodie’s Guide to Dubai is full of recipes, restaurant recommendations and offers top tips from the head chefs of some of Dubai’s best restaurants.
Ian Scott, Director UK and Ireland for Dubai Tourism & Commerce Marketing, said: “From local Arabian dishes to Chinese and Indian, Mexican and Australian, European and even North Korean, Dubai caters for a huge range of international tastes – meaning holidaying food fans don’t have to travel far to sample cuisine from all corners of the world.”
The Foodie’s Guide to Dubai is just a click away and can be downloaded for free in PDF format at: