Order up: 21 photos from the new South Market food hall in DIFC's Gate Avenue

The newly opened food court features 15 kitchens

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DIFC is already well known for its restaurants, but it's now also home to an international food hall.

The newly opened South Market food hall in Gate Avenue spans 836 square metres, and is a one-stop shop for many of the world's cuisines.

The food hall features 15 kitchens spanning different countries and their cuisines.

Diners can enjoy everything from Thai food from Bangkok-themed eatery BKK Bistro, to Japanese street-food from Takoyaki. For those who always crave breakfast, visit Cereal Killer Cafe or, to satisfy sweet cravings, visit Singapore import Modern Asian Desserts (MAD).

Other outlets include Earth Kitchen, Burritos Beyond Borders, Katsu & Co and Spheerz Restaurant.

Yet to open is German brand Call a Pizza, the Texas-style Jax Burgers, and Poutine, a Canadian restaurant that offers the traditional fare of French fries with cheese and gravy. Fresh seafood will be available at Crab Market, and there's Egyptian cuisine at Bahiya restaurant.

The food hall has been designed in an industrial style, with a combination of exposed ceilings, urban steel beams, raw timber and concrete features, as well as neon signage and street art murals.