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Fish Dubai, the city’s favorite open-air dining restaurant will now be open all through the year, thanks to the new outdoor feature that will allow guests to dine in comfort even during summer.
Good news, Dubai residents! You can now enjoy a luxurious dinner by the water at Fish Dubai all through the year. Originally an open-air dining concept, Fish Dubai was previously only operational across the cooler months. However, a new outdoor setting now allows guests to dine in comfort and luxury even during summer.
The new installation will be completed on 24 May, after which the restaurant will open doors for a breathtaking outdoor dining amidst twinkling lights, Instagrammable tee-pees, and unrestricted views of the Arabian Gulf. The removable glass window setting, allows space for up to 100 guests.
Without impacting the venue’s stunning Santorini vibes, the addition promises to keep out the summer heat, while offering the stunning views that it is famous for. Styled like a modern seaside tavern, a truly rustic and whitewashed haven with subtle nods towards the ‘family home’, Fish Dubai is the perfect spot for indulging in great food and creating memories to last a lifetime.
Since a memorable opening in 2016, the stunning Aegean-inspired restaurant set on the water’s edge of Le Meridien Mina Seyahi has welcomed hundreds of nationalities through its blue shutter doors and witnessed its fair share of romantic beachfront proposals.
What’s On The Menu?
As for the menu, guests can expect a tempting array of fresh salads, traditional cold and hot plates, flavoursome casseroles and fresh fish, cooked to perfection.
Menu highlights include the Kokorec– finely chopped seabass and seabream casserole cooked with green pepper, red pepper, spring onion, parsley and rice; the traditional Greek Mousaka, and the Incik, a tender, slow-cooked lamb shank with root vegetables and potatoes, served alongside dark Ottoman rice.
For the sweet tooth, be sure to save room for the homemade walnut Baklava, served traditionally with vanilla ice cream, or the Ekmek Katayif, oven-baked bread pudding served with Turkish fresh cream and hazelnut. Lastly there’s also an impressive wine list, which showcases the very best Aegean vineyards.
Fish Dubai is open from 12pm to 11pm on weekdays, and from 12pm to 11.30pm on weekends.