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For 11 days the Qatar Foundation’s Oxygen Park saw an amazing culinary festival take place which was enjoyed by food enthusiasts and families alike. The Qatar International Food Festival concluded on the 30th March and it was a gala experience for everyone. Newest flavors, live entertainment, coupled with enthralling guests made the outdoor activity one of a kind.

beIN Cooking Competition

Chef Morimoto

Chef Jason Atherton

QIFF Visitors

To make this year special QIFF hosted 37 celebrity chefs from 17 different countries along with local chefs to bring out the food and culture from around the world.

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Chef Morimoto Chefs Table

Jason Atherton Chefs Table

KidZania booth

QIFF 2019

Salmon

The venue was attractive for many more reasons like live cooking demos, cooking competitions and guests sampling the mouthwatering FnB products at 157 booths, 12 food trucks and various booths at the Torba Farmers Market within Qatar Foundation’s Education City.

Torba Market

QIFF also touched upon topics like nutrition workshops with school children, cooking masterclasses with the international chefs and exclusive menu listing discounted meals at over 90 popular eateries across the country.

Noora Al Kuwari

Kidzinia go

Vodafone booth

The QIFF also celebrated the Qatar-India Year of Culture. Indian cuisine and cultural programs were also exhibited for the visitors along with popular Indian restaurants based in the country offering authentic India dishes curated by 4 renowned celebrity chefs from the country. Guests enjoyed Indian classical dance performance during the opening ceremony and also experienced artistic yoga.

As it concluded , QIFF 2019 has left everyone enthralled and eager for the next year’s edition.

Visitors

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