Celebrity Chefs dazzle City Centre Mirdif’s diners and shoppers with live cooking performances
- Jenny Morris and Jonathan Phang meet fans until Feb 20 as part of Dubai Food Festival
- Showcasing live cooking performances and exciting themed activities
19 Feb, 2015
City Centre Mirdif, the family-oriented shopping, lifestyle and entertainment destination, owned and managed by Majid Al Futtaim, the leading shopping mall, retail and leisure pioneer across the Middle East and North Africa, is offering visitors the chance to enjoy live performances from renowned celebrity chefs from now until Feb 20, 2015.
Visitors have the opportunity to meet celebrity chefs Jonathan Phang and Jenny Morris, as part of Dubai Food Festival, in partnership with OSN Food Network, every evening from 6 -10pm, until Feb 20. The chefs also showcase live cooking demonstrations for food enthusiasts, at Central Galleria, City Centre Mirdif.
“Visitors to City Centre Mirdif enjoy the wide variety of food delicacies and international cuisines available, and we want to offer food enthusiasts a range of culinary activities to create great moments for everyone, every day,” said Hussain Moosa, Associate Director for Shopping Malls, Majid Al Futtaim Properties. “The selected chefs are leaders in their industry and we hope our shoppers and diners will enjoy meeting and learning from them, as the city unites to celebrate Dubai Food Festival”.
Jenny Morris, also known as "The Giggling Gourmet", is a celebrity chef and radio personality from South Africa. Her series, Jenny Morris Cooks Morocco and Jenny Morris Cooks the Riviera, are amongst the most viewed shows on Food Network, exclusively on OSN.
Jonathan Phang is a popular British TV chef with a career spanning more than 25 years and numerous hit television shows, including Jonathan Phang’s Gourmet Trains, which follows his opulent gastronomic journey around the world on some of the most luxurious trains. Former judge on Britain's Next Top Model for three seasons, Jonathan is now dedicated to his true love – food. Born into a Chinese-Caribbean household, Jonathan grew up with foods that were full of spices and intense flavors.
Majid Al Futtaim has been a key supporter of Dubai Food Festival since its inception in 2014. The three-week celebration of culinary delights is organised by Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment, an agency of Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing. For more information visit: www.citycentremirdif.com or www.Facebook/CityCentreMirdif