Sopexa hosts French food showcase at Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi

Dubai residents were treated to a day of French fare

Sopexa hosted Apritif  la franaise at the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina Amphitheatre and Gardens
Sopexa hosted Apritif la franaise at the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina Amphitheatre and Gardens

Sopexa, the specialist food and beverage marketing company, hosted the 4th instalment of Apéritif à la française at the Westin Dubai Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina Amphitheatre and Gardens, welcoming 4,500 fans of French gastronomy.  

Visitors enjoyed several mouth-watering live food stations with specialties including cheese platters, oysters, cold cuts and a BBQ all paired with a selection of French beer and wine.

French food aficionados also had the opportunity to try a range of authentic foods from leading exporters, including dairy products from Brittany-based specialist Payson Breton; goat’s cheese by Soignon; milk products by Régilait and gourmet recipes by Maille the mustard & vinegar expert. For those with a sweet tooth, French Bakery and La Patisserie des Reves had baked traditional pastries, including crêpe suzette, macarons and mille-feuille.

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Sopexa Middle East managing director Edwina Salvatori said: “We’re delighted with how popular this event has now become. We welcomed a huge number of French expats as well as many other nationalities with a keen interest in French gastronomy. Our attendance figures are up once again, making this another record year, all that remains to be said is, ‘merci beaucoup et à bientôt’, we look forward to seeing you next year!”

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