Foodies are in for a treat with the return of the Qatar International Food Festival (QIFF).

Now in its 13th year, the latest edition is set to be held over 11 days in the Family Zone at Doha Expo 2023, Al Bidda Park, from February 7 to 17.

And 2024’s festival promises to be bigger and better than ever with more than 100 food stalls including some from a selection of Qatar’s favourite restaurants.

Visitors can expect a whole range of activities from live cooking shows, featuring world-class local, regional and international chefs, to masterclasses and cooking contests, interactive workshops, a cooking theatre, live entertainment and loads for the family to do.

There’ll also be daily fireworks and, for the adventurous, a chance to experience dinner in the sky – where you’ll be served five-star cuisine while strapped firmly into a dining pod 40 metres in the air!

This year’s festival honours the Qatar-Moroccan 2024 Year of Culture, so there is sure to be some great Moroccan cuisine on offer too.

Brought to you by Qatar Tourism, this world-class feast for the taste buds gathers the biggest names in hospitality and serves up unique culinary experiences, from the latest food trends and local delicacies to spicy street food and haute cuisine.

Commenting on the festival, Sheikha Hessa Al Thani, Head of Marketing and Planning at Qatar Tourism, said: “We are delighted to launch a spectacular campaign announcing hosting once again the popular Qatar International Food Festival, this time at Doha Expo 2023. With Qatar’s world-class hospitality and tourism, we welcome residents and visitors to enjoy a pleasant culinary feast at QIFF.”

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