Chef Manal Al Alem and physician Wafaa Helmy Ayesh take the Beach Canteen stage to teach type 2 diabetics how to stay healthy and still enjoy the festival. Noon, free.
Until March 5
Dubai Restaurant week continues, with 30 fine-dining restaurants around the city serving three-course meals for Dh189. For reservations, visit dubaifoodfestival.com/event/dubai-restaurant-week
Wokyo Noodle Bar in JLT is hosting Wokyo Street Vibes, where guests will learn about Japanese flavours while listening to acoustic music performed by Dubai street artists. 7pm-10pm, free.
Sample nine types of cuisines at the Century Village Street Carnival, which also features live music, dancers, performers and more. 4pm-midnight, free entry.
Street Nights, a street-culture event on Bay Avenue in Business Bay, includes food trucks, live art, shows and a bazaar. 5pm-10pm, free entry.
Get all the meat and live music you can handle at The Big Grill barbecue event at Emirates Golf Club, where Dubai restaurants will be serving their signature barbecue. 10am-11pm, free entry.
Raffles Dubai is hosting a Spring Family Fest, with a market, entertainment zones and kids’ activities. 1pm-6pm, free entry.
Learn to make ceviche with Coya Dubai chef Roland Puse. 5pm-6.30pm, Dh300. Masterclasses with Colin Clague (Jean-Georges Dubai), Tom Arnel (The Sum of Us) and Himanshu Saini (Tresind) are also available, visit dubaifoodfestival.com/masterclasses
The Taste of Dubai festival at Dubai Media City Amphitheatre will close the Dubai Food Festival. For tickets, visit tasteofdubaifestival.com.