One must try Mediterranean seafood at Rockfish in Dubai! The seafood restaurant is famous for the freshly prepared crudo and the best seafood at eclectic eatery. It is located right next to the Drum bar, and very close to the sea.
One can enjoy casual lunches beach front and Mediterranean classics with subtle hints of Arabic flavours that enhance and bring a twist to each dish at night whilst watching Burj Al Arab Jumeirah’s lights and the spectacular sunsets.
Fishing has played a vital role in the Mediterranean lifestyle since 5,000 BC, and continues to play an important part in Arab culture to this day. Countries such as Spain, Morocco, Egypt, Libya, Lebanon and Turkey still show Arabic influences in their food, with a focus on seafood dishes. Rockfish is one of the famous restaurants located on Jumeirah Al Naseem, bringing in new energy, exuberance and excitement to Madinat Jumeirah.
Jumeirah Al Naseem’s extensive lush gardens edge the sandy beach, carry a warm breeze across to rooms, open terraces and outdoor restaurants. Jumeirah Al Naseem is the youngest member of the successful Arabian Resort’s family of hotels and has been crafted amongst the inland waterways, bustling Souk Madinat Jumeirah, award-winning Madinat Conference Centre and indulgent Talise Spa.
Jumeirah Al Naseem offers more than ten restaurants and bars, its own beach club and the eclectic offerings from Madinat Jumeirah and sister Jumeirah hotels that are only a stroll away. One can take a culinary journey; from the Moroccan inspired Al Mandhar Lounge in the lobby. Inviting and healthy options are available at Kalsa Pool Bar – named after the area of Palermo where the Khalifa lived back in the days when Sicily was an Emirate. A relaxed Summersalt Beach Club features a spice route theme.
Rockfish restaurant, offers a Mediterranean seafood experience with an Arabian twist.
Cuisine: Mediterranean Seafood
Dress Code: Smart Casual
Breakfast: 08:00 to 11:00
Lunch: 12:00 to 15:30
Dinner: 18:30 to 23:30
Photo courtesy: www.jumeirah.com
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