Carried by the Australia’s largest domestic and international airline, Qantas, MasterChef Australia production team flew to Dubai to showcase the tourism capital of the United Arab Emirates and its various arrays of culinary preparations.
Commenced on Sunday, featuring Dubai as culinary hub is part of the program’s “World Food Week” challenge. The challenge week entails MasterChef Australia to participate cooking tests consisting of a traditional Arabian feast served to special guests at the majestic Al Waha Desert Camp and a three-course meal at the iconic Atlantis The Palm hotel.
One of the judges of Masterchef Australia says that Dubai served as impressive setting for 2013 international challenge trip. The journey it has brought to their contestants, the amazing experience of the traditional souk and culinary desert feast completing an audience of 65,000 sea creatures. He said that the Middle Eastern metropolis is the most memorable time of this year’s international challenge.
Meanwhile, in the MasterClass Paris episode, Emirates Airbus A380 aircraft was highlighted as well as carrier’s firs class suites, onboard lounge, onboard shower spas and the varieties of cuisine. Emirates First Class Lounge in Concourse A, Dubai Airport which is world’s only dedicated and purpose-built A380 concourse have showed.
Contestants and crew took off to Paris under Emirates Airline for the exclusive Parisian master class.