FooDiva to host third Three Chefs Dinner experience

The event will have a modern Middle Eastern theme and be held on November 4 at Ninive, Jumeirah Emirates Towers

The latest ThreeChefsDinner will have a modern Middle Eastern theme
The latest ThreeChefsDinner will have a modern Middle Eastern theme

The founder of award-winning impartial restaurant review website, Samantha Wood, is hosting her third #ThreeChefsDinner ticketed experience, this time with a modern Middle Eastern theme.

FooDiva brings three chefs together for one night only on 4th November 2019, in one high-end licensed restaurant, with each cooking a different course. Each experience will showcase a different aspect of Dubai’s dining scene, with the next dinner celebrating modern Middle Eastern cuisine from three talented Dubai-based chefs.

The event will take place at home-grown licensed Middle Eastern restaurant Ninive at Jumeirah Emirates Towers. The evening will kick off with a Champagne aperitif and canapés followed by a selection of meze starters from modern Middle Eastern chef Greg Malouf. The host chef, Ninive’ Gilles Bosquet from will serve a series of main courses, whilst Emirati pastry chef Sahar Parham from Burj Al Arab is set to concoct a selection of desserts.

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All courses will be paired with wines from Le Clos and MMI, whilst sommelier Lindsay Trivers from The Tasting Class will be in hand to explain the pairings and the key partner for the experience is Monviso Water.

The event will start at 6.30pm and end at approximately 10pm. The cost of AED 650 per person includes all food, Champagne, wines and a gift bag from Avantcha Tea.

Spots for the #ThreeChefsDinner, can be booked in advance with pre-payment on

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