Davos - Three young Saudi chefs were given the chance to cook up unique traditional dishes from across the kingdom’s provinces on Friday at the annual World Economic Forum.
Delegates and attendees at the annual economic summit in Davos were treated to six different dishes from starters to deserts during a Saudi cultural lunch hosted by the Misk Foundation.
The lunch, under the theme of “Saudi Voyage”, aimed to provide guests with a rich sensory and cultural experience and of Saudi Arabia’s five regions through food, music and visual art.
Three renowned Saudi chefs, Ali Al-Yousef, Duha Abdullah and Rakan Al-Areefi, worked for days to prepare the diverse menus from the five regions of Saudi Arabia.
Artwork by modern Saudi artists will be on display, giving a glimpse into the history of 20th Century art in the Kingdom and shedding light on the foundations of the contemporary art movement that is growing in acclaim today.
Saudi musicians, Abdullah al-Garni and Saud al-Shareef will also entertain guests.