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  • Seafood Market 0123
  • Seafood Market 0123
Authentic Far Eastern Style Cuisine
Call to Reserve: +971 4 702 2455
Reinventing the sea-to-table dining experience, Seafood Market was the first market-style restaurant to have opened in Dubai, in 1992, and has since been renowned for its freshest seafood. The culinary philosophy leans heavily on Far Eastern cuisine, with unique creations that tell the story of both traditional Asian specialties with a generous mix of contemporary renditions.

With market-style displays of daily caught fresh fish and shell fish, the restaurant perfectly captures the essence of busy Asian markets amid a cruise-liner themed setting. At Seafood Market diners shop for their meal, choosing the catch of the day from the astonishing array of seafood. The restaurant's 18 seawater tanks are home to live oysters from France, lobsters from USA, Australia, Canada and New Zealand. Additionally, more variety of live seafood is available such as king crabs from Norway, snow crabs and mud crabs from Oman, Australia, New Zeal along with local hamour, halwayoo, red mullet, salmon, baby shark amongst others, making Seafood Market an absolute heaven for seafood aficionados.

Synonymous with impeccable service, the award winning culinary team has curated an impressive menu with particular focus on using the finest produce and the freshest ingredients to delight patrons with an immersive dining experience. Offerings include tantalizing renditions of Asian delicacies and a stunning selection of soups and noodle dishes that are reminiscent of rustic, comforting home-style flavours.

Drawing inspiration from the culinary heritage of the Far East, the menu offers a wide choice of sauces, with favourites like hot chili sauce, peppered lime and garlic sauce, oyster sauce and the ultra-popular Thermidor sauce that perfectly complements Lobster preparations, that diners can pick for their choice of seafood.

Elevating its impressive offerings, Seafood Market is home to a curated selection of grapes - Chardonnays that pair perfectly with Australian or Boston lobsters tossed in lemon butter sauce. Semi dry Chenin Blanc from the Loire valley flavours up fiery mussels in chili sauce while oysters and fresh shells can be washed down with a chilled Sauvignon.

Seafood Market's cruise-liner inspired décor, featuring of an artful blend of dark timber, glass and steel, combined with the assorted variety of seafood displayed in seawater tanks renders the feeling of being close to the sea as you enjoy the best seafood menu in the heart of Dubai.
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  • Location
  • Le Méridien Dubai Hotel & Conference Centre, Airport Road, PO Box 10001, Dubai -
  • Opening Hours:
  • Lunch 12:30 PM - 05:00 PM
  • Dinner 07:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Lunch 12:30 PM - 05:00 PM
Dinner 07:30 PM - 11:30 PM
Chef Nim Fat Kwai 011
Chef Nim Fat Kwai's journey with Le Méridien Dubai Hotel and Conference Centre began when Seafood Market, Dubai's first market-style restaurant, opened doors to diners in 1992. With over 3 decades of experience in his home country Hong Kong as well as Singapore, Malaysia and Dubai, Chef Kwai culinary expertise ranges from traditional Far Eastern specialties to a generous mix of contemporary renditions. Having helmed kitchens in different geographies across Asia, he specializes in various regional Cantonese cuisines including Cuangdong, Shanghai, Sichuan, as well as delicacies from Malaysia and Singapore.

Drawing inspiration from different cultures, he is a master at creating dishes that are exquisite yet comforting. Seafood Market's exceptional fare is a winning combination of Chef Kwai's culinary flair acquired through his illustrious professional journey and his inherent passion for seafood.
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Eager to delight patrons with an immersive dining experience, Chef Kwai helps diners shop for their meal from the 18 seawater tanks that are home to an assorted variety of crustaceans sourced from around the world. His favourite recommendations are the live Australian lobster in hot chilli sauce, and live King crab tossed in black pepper sauce, live Australian snow crab steamed with ginger vinegar and live hammour steamed with soya sauce.

Pairing the freshest of seafood with the culinary legacy of the Far East, Chef Kwai is credited with redefining the sea-to-table dining experience amid market-style charm of Seafood Market.