Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche to open seafood outlet

Hotel's signature restaurant 'La Mer' will open on September 1

The restaurant is gantly designed by Bernardaud
The restaurant is gantly designed by Bernardaud

Sofitel Abu Dhabi Corniche will open its signature seafood restaurant La Mer on September 1.

Serving fresh locally-sourced Gulf fish and Seafood, La Mer will prepare refined dishes in authentic à la minute French style.

The restaurant will host themed evenings including a prawn night every Monday from 7pm onwards.

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Diners can choose from either the set menu (AED 260 ++) offering lobster bisque or oyster cream soup for starters, wood-grilled, seared or crispy tempura prawns for mains and for dessert a chocolate cupcake or symphony of sorbet.Alternatively select from a selection of freshly and perfectly prepared wood-grilled, crispy tempura or seared prawns (AED 160 ++). 

On the first Tuesday of every month, La Mer will host a monthly seafood night. Guests can choose from a buffet selection of the finest seafood dishes including oysters, shrimps, calamari and prawns from AED 220++.

Starting September 15, La Mer will offer an a la carte business lunch menu with dishes such as octopus carpaccio, risotto and red snapper zatar between 12.30pm and 4pm.


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