Nominees revealed for the Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards 2020

This year’s event is in association with Dubai Food Festival

This year marks the 15th annual Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards
This year marks the 15th annual Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards

Time Out Dubai has announced the nominees for the annual Time Out Dubai Restaurant Awards.

This year marks the 15th time the prestigious industry event has been held in the city and for 2020 it is being presented in association with the Dubai Food Festival.

There are 27 categories in total, covering a range of different cuisines and themes – from American restaurants to Japanese and from Afternoon teas to steakhouses. New categories for 2020 include Greek and separate buffet and à la carte brunch awards.

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For the full list of categories and nominations, click here.

The reviews are carried out over the course of a year by the Time Out Dubai team of experts. All meals are paid for and reviews are done anonymously – that means they’re done independently and without outside influences. You can read more on the process here.

The winners will be revealed at a glittering ceremony on Wednesday February 19 at JW Marriott Marquis Dubai, Business Bay.

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