Part two of a dinner series, aptly named The Opposite Kitchen, ‘The Nordic Feast’ will run from March 5th – 9th and will enable guests to experience authentic Scandinavian cuisine without ever having to leave Dubai.
Andre Gerschel, the owner of the popular downtown Dubai spot, Kizmet, has once again partnered with Enayat Safi, a Copenhagen based food entrepreneur originally from Afghanistan, and renowned Danish Chef, William Milsted to bring The Opposite Kitchen to Dubai.
The trio first launched this dinner series last June during Ramadan in Copenhagen, in a bid to bring people together through a common connector, food, with the goal of showcasing the cultural similarities of geographically opposite foods.
Nordic food has never been represented in Dubai despite the cuisine of Scandinavia capturing the food world by storm over the last 5 years. That is all about to change next week as Dubai can devour in The Nordic Feast, a 5-day pop-up event at Kizmet that is dedicated to Nordic food, the Nordic kitchen and passionate young chefs from Denmark sharing the food they grew up with.
Might we add, this is something special as these chefs have previously worked at NOMA, the #1 restaurant in the world. The menu offers 15 unique and delicious dishes that bring all the sensational flavours of Scandinavia, whilst adding nuances of the Middle East. Whose excited?!
As Kizmet is based here, Arabic flavours will still be a part of the menu with Krebbinet, a minced veal dish with pickled, crispy & creamy potatoes, but Nordic classics are at the forefront for this special edition, limited time menu.
With a menu that knows no boundaries and uses food as the medium to showcase how opposites attract, it demonstrates what can happen when people from different cultures come together in the culinary world.
Timings: March 5th – 9th
Pricing: A La Carte prices starting from AED 35.
Reservations Required: 04 33 88 717