BROUGHT TO YOU BY EMIRATES AIRLINE
Calling Dubai “diverse” is akin to calling it “big” — technically true, but doesn’t really do the place justice.
For just as the litany of cloud-scratching structures and man-made islands fly in the face of traditional notions regarding what man is capable of building, so too is the entire city — and its culinary scene in particular — a fantastic crossroads for cultures from around the globe.
Our recent breakneck adventure through the Golden City with celebrity chef Ludo Lefebvre and our friends at Emirates Airline put said diversity into sharp relief, proving that an enterprising foodie can begin the day subbing a traditional Bedouin crêpe with egg for their breakfast burrito, enjoy Argentinian roast goat for lunch and close out the day with British-Mediterranean grub from a Michelin-starred chef for dinner.
Not only could, but should, in fact. Below: a brief tutorial on how you too can get the job done — and perhaps grab a quick helicopter ride in the process.
And don't forget where the journey starts: by flying Emirates.